|Department of Chemistry
|University of Southern Indiana
|Evansville, Indiana 47712
Ph.D. 1992 Purdue University
B.S. 1987 University of Nebraska - Omaha
- 1993 -present
- University of Southern Indiana, Evansville,
- 1992 - 1993
- Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Utah,
Salt Lake City, Utah
Current Teaching Duties
General Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry,
Chemical Literature and Seminar, Introduction to Research
American Chemical Society and its Inorganic Division
Indiana Academy of Science
Jin K. Gong, Daniel Autrey, Collin Monahan, Anthony Turby, Xingping Liu,
and Jeff W. Seyler, "A
Multifaceted Experiment for the
Inorganic Lab: Synthesis and Characterization
of an Organometallic
Dimer with Bridging Ligands,"
manuscript in preparation for submission to J. Chem. Ed., 2000.
Philip D. Bauer, Mark K. Reinking, and Jeff W. Seyler, "A Study of
Influence on Catalyst
Reactivity and Polymer Mn in
Vanadium-based Ethylene Polymerizations,"
Applied Catalysis A:
General, 189, 23, 1999.
Monika Brady, Weiqing Weng, Yuanlin Zhou, Jeffery W. Seyler, Angelo J.
Amoroso, Atta M. Arif, Marlis
Bohme, Gernot Frenking, and J. A.
Gladysz, "Consanguineous Families
of Coordinated Carbon:
A ReC4Re Assembly that is Isolable in
Oxidation States, Including
ReCºCCºCRe and +Re=C=C=C=C=Re+ Adducts
and a Radical Cation in Which
Charge is Delocalized Between
Rhenium Termini", J. Am. Chem. Soc.,
Darryl P. Klein, Jeffery W. Seyler, N. Quirós Méndes, Brian J. Boone, A.
M. Arif, and J. A. Gladysz, "A
Crystallographic Map of Chiral
Recognition in p Complexes of Aromatic
Aldehydes and a Chiral Transition
Metal Lewis Acid: Enantioface
Selectivities in Solution Correlate to
Metal and Carbon Stereocenters in the
Am. Chem. Soc., 118, 2411, (1996).
Yuanlin Zhou, Jeffery W. Seyler, Weiqing Weng, Atta M. Arif, and J. A.
Gladysz, "New Families of
Coordinated Carbon: Oxidative
Coupling of an Ethynyl Complex to Isolable and Crystallographically
Characterized MCºCCºCM and
+M=C=C=C=C=M+ Assemblies," J. Am. Chem. Soc.,
115, 8509, (1993).