2010 Student Research Conference:
23rd Annual Student Research Conference

The Effect of Ligand Cavity Size on the Structure of Lead(II) Coordination Complexes
Michael J. Brelsford* and Laura M. Tvedte
Dr. James M. McCormick, Faculty Mentor

Lead poisoning is one of the most widespread environmental health issues today, and so a more thorough understanding of Lead(II) is required. This research describes progress towards understanding how ligand cavity size, modified by synthesizing derivatives of the tris-(2-pyridylmethyl) amine ligand and characterized using NMR spectroscopy, effects the structure of Lead(II) complexes in the solid state which can be used to model Lead(II)'s behavior in vivo.

Keywords: Chemistry, Lead poisoning, Synthesis, NMR spectroscopy


Presentation Type: Poster

Session: 9-2
Location: SUB-GEO
Time: 4:15

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