Mary Beth Williams

Mary Beth Williams

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  • Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, Eberly College of Science
  • Professor of Chemistry
Office:
428 Thomas Building
Eberly College of Science
University Park, PA 16802
Email: mew17@psu.edu
Phone: (814) 863-0284


506 Chemistry Building

University Park, PA 16802
Email:
(814) 865-8859

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Education:

  1. B.A., St. John Fisher College, 1994
  2. Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1999

Selected Publications:

Coppock, M. B.; Williams, M. E. "Nucleic Acid Mimics" in Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecules to Nanomaterials 2011, in press

Coppock, M. B.; Williams, M. E. "Assembly of a Trifunctional Artificial Peptide Into an Anti-Parallel Duplex with Three Cu(II) Crosslinks", Inorg. Chem., 2011, 50, 949-955.

Beveridge, J. S.; Stephens, J. R.; Latham, A. H.; Williams, M. E. "Differential Magnetic Catch and Release: Analysis and Separation of Magnetic Nanoparticles" Anal. Chem. 2009, 81(23), 9618-9624.

Myers, C. P.; Miller, J. P.; Williams, M. E. "Impacts of the Location and Number of [Cu(bpy)2]2+ Crosslinks on the Emission Photodynamics of [Ru(bpy)3]2+ with Pendant Oligo(aminoethylglycine) Chains" J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009, 42, 15921-15300.

Latham, A. H.; Williams, M. E. "Controlling Transport and Chemical Functionality of Magnetic Nanoparticles" Accounts Chem. Research, 2008, 41, 411-420.

Research Interests:

Analytical

Peptide linked inorganic supramolecular assemblies as molecular wires and for artificial photosynthesis; magnetic nanoparticle based separations and analysis

Inorganic

Peptide linked inorganic supramolecular assemblies as molecular wires and for artificial photosynthesis; magnetic nanoparticle based separations and analysis

Materials and Nanoscience

Peptide linked inorganic supramolecular assemblies as molecular wires and for artificial photosynthesis; magnetic nanoparticle based separations and analysis