Recent publication from Dr. Jeffery White's research group recognized by NHMFL
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL) in Tallahassee, FL is the world’s premier research facility for nuclear and electron magnetic resonance at high magnetic field strengths, and is primarily supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF). As the world-wide center of excellence for high-field magnetic resonance, NHMFL annually attracts scientists from over 50 countries worldwide, and as of 2022 holds over 17 world records for magnet technologies.
NHMFL has recognized a paper from Dr. Jefferey White’s group recently published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society entitled “Oxygen-17 Labeling Reveals Paired Active Sites in Zeolite Catalysts” as “…representing the most promising and cutting-edge research taking place in the lab”.
White is a Professor and BP Chair in the School of Chemical Engineering at OSU.
White’s research in heterogeneous catalysis and magnetic resonance benefited from a collaboration with scientists at NHMFL, including White’s former Ph.D. student and OSU graduate Dr. Kuizhi Chen who was a postdoctoral fellow at NHMFL, and which was also supported by a research grant to White from NSF.
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