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Department Information- 1Department ofChemistry &BiochemistryAbout the DepartmentThe Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, administratively situated within the College ofScience, enrolls approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate students. Thedepartment has 17 tenure-track faculty members, 16 part-time temporary instructors, and 7 staffmembers. Each year, between 30-50 majors graduate.The Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry has three program options that permit students totailor their curriculum choices to fit their career goals. These three options are: American ChemicalSociety (ACS) option, Biochemistry option, and the General option. The ACS option leads to adegree certified by the American Chemical Society. The MS degree in Chemistry requires originalresearch with a thesis.The Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty embrace Cal Poly Pomona’s inclusive polytechnicidentity by providing our students with experiential learning and discovery opportunities throughrigorous coursework and extensive laboratory study. Our faculty maintain active researchprograms that allow undergraduate and Master’s students to gain independent researchexperience as part of a Senior Thesis Project. Independent research is supported through internalgrants, extramural funding, and collaborations with local, national, and international groups.Mission and VisionOur Vision: To catalyze intellectual growth through innovative, hands-on chemistry experiencesthat transform our students into science and industry leaders.Our Mission: To educate by linking theory and practice and inspire Cal Poly Pomona studentsand the wider community through: Excellence in teachingA cohesive, rigorous, lab-intensive curriculumOne-on-one advising and mentoringParticipation in research and scholarly activitiesCollaboration with and outreach to local industriesand educational institutionsSupport of extracurricular student activities

Department Information- 2Featured Instrumentation with Research/Teaching Capabilities Dual source Cu/Mo single crystal k X-ray diffractometer (Bruker D8 Venture)400 MHz NMR spectrometer equipped with 12 sampleautosampler and OneProbe (Varian 400 MR)Ion chromatography system (Thermo/Dionex ICS-1100)ATR FT-IR spectrometers (Bruker Tensor 27, Vector 22)FT-IR spectrometers (Nicolet Avatar 360 & 370)Smart single channel flash chromatography system(Yamazen “Smart Flash” EPCLC AKROS)Gas chromatograph/mass spectrometers (HP G1800A)Gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer with autosampler(Agilent 6850-5973N)High performance liquid chromatographs equipped withdiode array detectors (Agilent 1260 Infinity II)o Evaporative light scattering detector (HPLC-DAD-ELSD)o Fluorescence detector (HPLC-DAD-FLD)Polarimeter (Rudolph Autopol I)Stopped flow spectrophotometer (Applied Photophysics)Thermogravimetric analyzer (TA Instruments Q50)Differential scanning calorimeter (TA Instruments NanoDSC)Circular dichroism spectrometer (Olis DSM 20)Atomic absorption spectrometer (PerkinElmer AAnalyst 400)Gas chromatograph with flame ionization detector (Agilent 6890)Raman spectrometerDynamic light scattering spectrometer (Proterion DynaPro)Isothermal titration calorimeter (TA Instruments Nano ITC)Pressure reactor vessels (Asynt, 125 mL)Fluorescence spectrometers (Agilent Cary Eclipse)Inert atmosphere glovebox workstations (MBraun Unilab single and double port)Other standard research instrumentation, including:o Microscopes (light, fluorescence, stereo)o UV-Vis spectrophotometerso Centrifuges (floor, benchtop, andmicrocentrifuge capacities)o Schlenk lines, hood spaceo Freezers, refrigerators, ovens, incubatorso Electrochemical setups, potentiostats

Department Information- 3Department Research InterestsOrganic SubdivisionThe John Group: Sustainable Chemistry Explore reactions to support sustainable chemical enterpriseBiomass-derived moleculesCatalysis with molybdenumSynthesis, isolation, and characterizationCurrent NSF RUI for the “Evaluation of Ligand Effects in Molybdenum CatalyzedDeoxydehydration Reactions”The Klavetter Group: Polymer Chemistry Design and preparation of polymeric materials that conduct electricitySynthesis, characterization, and preparation of material into forms useful for semiconductor devicesConducting polymers as light-emitting diodesThe Osberger Group: Synthesis—Catalysis—Function Development of synthetic organic methodologyPd-catalyzed C-H functionalizationsComplexity generating reactions for natural product analogue synthesisNovel approaches to cyclobutane-containing compoundsThe Page Group: Green Chemistry Plant seed oil triglycerides in biodiesel synthesisFAME use in synthesizing “green” plastics and urethanesCollaborates with Bio-copolymer division of USDA(Philadelphia, PA)Related Research in the DepartmentThe McCulloch Group: Biochemistry. Structure-function studies of enzymatic reactions usingmacromolecular crystallography to understand metabolic pathways and enzyme mechanisms.The Schatschneider Group: Physical Chemistry. Computational studies using 1st principles andmolecular mechanics methods to understand the physical and electronic properties of soft organicmaterials.The Stieber Group: Inorganic Chemistry. Development and electronic structure determination offirst-row transition metal catalysts and complexes. Secured DOD Grant for single crystal X-raydiffractometer and has a current NSF CAREER grant “Quantifying Nitrogen-Oxide (NO) Activationand Coordination Modes through Synthesis, Spectroscopy and Computations.”

Department Information- 4Analytical SubdivisionThe Barding Group: Bioanalytical Chemistry Method development to explore unique biological questionsInstrumental applications: NMR, HPLC, UV, FL, MSInvestigation of physiological responses in response to organismal stressorsThe Liu Group: Portable Analytical Chemistry Paper-based analytical devices for food and environmentalapplicationsSmartphone-assisted colorimetric analysisThe Sun Group: Electroanalytical Chemistry Electrochemical characterization of the single silver nanoparticle formation mechanismMechanism and kinetics of ion transfer across the liquid/liquid interfaceSolid state ion-selective sensorsFabrication of portable potentiostat for very small current measurementsRelated Research in the DeparmentThe Corcoran Group: Physical Chemistry. Use of fluorescent labels to track and quantify smallquantities of molecules. Raman spectroscopy and instrument development.The Mogul Group: Biochemistry. Proteomics, microbiology, and biochemistry of microorganismsisolated from spacecraft assembly systems. Chemistry of lanthanide-bioanalyte complexes.Current NASA Astrobiology Institute MIRS funding for the study of Alaskan permafrost.

Department Information- 5Recent Publications (2017 – current)CPP Chemistry faculty underlined Anz, S.J., Margolese, D.I., Sando, S.F., Gillis, H.P., Goddard III, W.A. (2019) Damage-freeatomic-scale etching and surface enhancements by electron-enhanced reactions: results andsimulations, in Computational Materials, Chemistry, and Biochemistry: from Bold Initiatives tothe Last Mile, Springer Publishing. Kundu, S., Phu, P.N., Ghosh, P., Kozimor, S.A., Bertke, J.A., Stieber, S.C.E., Warren, T. H.(2019) Nitrosyl linkage isomers: NO coupling to N2O at a mononuclear site, J. Am. Chem.Soc. 141, 1415-1419. Hummel, E.D., Stieber, S.C.E. (2019) Student-led computational inorganic chemistry researchin a classroom setting, J. Comput. Sci. Educ. 10, 12-15. Mogul, R. (2019) Protecting planets beyond Earth, Physics Today 17, 66-67. Yu, M., Wang, X., Du, X-F., Kunkel, C., Garcia, T.M., Monaco, S., Schatschneider, B.,Oberhofer, H., Marom, N. (2019) Anomalous pressure dependence of the electronicproperties of molecular crystals explained by changes in intermolecular electronic coupling,Synth. Metals 253, 9-19. Wang, X., Liu, X., Tom, R., Cook, C., Schatschneider, B., Marom, N. (2019) Phenylated acenederivatives as candidates for intermolecular singlet fission, J. Phys. Chem. C 123, 5890-5899. McCulloch, K.M., Yamakawa, I., Shifrin, D.A., McConnell, R.E., Foegeding, N.J., Singh, P.K.,Mao, S., Tyska, M.J., Iverson, T.M. (2019) An alternative N-terminal fold of the intestinespecific annexin A13a induces dimerization and regulates membrane binding, J. Biol. Chem.294, 3454-3463. Navarro, C.N., John, A. (2019) Deoxyhydration using a commercial catalyst and readilyavailable reductant, Inorg. Chem. Commun. 99, 145-148. Limaye, S.S., Mogul, R., Smith, D.J., Ansari, A.H., Slowik, G.P., Vaishampayan, P. (2018)Venus’ spectral signatures and the potential for life in the clouds, Astrobiol. 18, 1181-1198. You, R., Dai, J., Zhang, P., Barding, G.A. Jr., Raftery, D. (2018) Dynamic metabolic responseto adriamycin-induced senescence in breast cancer cells, Metabolites 8, 95/1-95/13. Zheng, H., Zheng, P., Zheng, L., Jiang, Z., Wu, Z., Wu, F., Shao, L., Liu, Y., Zhang, Y. (2018)Nitrogen-doped graphene quantum dots synthesized by C60/Nitrogen plasma with excitationindependent blue photoluminescence emission for sensing of ferric ions, J. Phys. Chem. C122, 29613-29619. Hammouri, M., Garcia, T.M., Cook, C., Monaco, S., Jezowski, S., Marom, N., Schatschneider,B. (2018) High-throughput pressure-dependent density functional theory investigation ofherringbone polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: Part 2. Pressure-dependent electronicproperties, J. Phys. Chem. C 122, 23828-23844. Hammouri, M., Garcia, T.M., Cook, C., Monaco, S., Jezowski, S., Marom, N., Schatschneider,B. (2018) High-throughput pressure-dependent density functional theory investigation ofherringbone polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: Part 1. Pressure-dependent structure trends,J. Phys. Chem. C 122, 23815-23827. Brannon, J.P., Stretch, B.E., Stieber, S.C.E. (2018) Crystal structure of 1-(2,4,6trimethylphenyl)-1H-imidazole, CSD Comm. Yamamoto, C.D., Zhang, Z., Stieber, S.C.E. (2018) Crystal structure of (h4-cyclooctadiene)(3,3 - dimesityl-1,1 - methylenediimidazoline-2,2 -diylidene) nickel(0) tetrahydrofuranmonosolvate, Acta. Crystallogr. E74, 1396-1399. Jiang, Y., Zheng, L., Zheng, H., Wu, F., Shao, L., Zheng, P., Liu, Y., Zhang, Y. (2018) Ultrahighly fluorescent N-doped carbon dots-CdTe QDs nanohybrids with excitation-independentemission in the blue-violet region, RSC Advances 8, 35700-35705. Starbird, C.A., Perry, N.A., Chen, Q., Berndt, S., Yamakawa, I., Loukachevitch, L.V., Limbrick,E.M., Bachmann, B.O., Iverson, T.M., McCulloch, K.M. (2018) The structure of the bifunctionaleverninomicin biosynthetic enzyme EvdMO1 suggests independent activity of the fusedmethyltransferase-oxidase domains, Biochemistry 57, 6827-6837.

Department Information- 6 Wu, S., Nguyen, L., Dang, J., Liang, K., Dail, C., Henriquez, B., Huynh, Q., Dinh, U., Liang,Y., Anz, S., Sun, P. (2018) Evaluation of the stoichiometry between PtCl62- and TOA ionsduring the liquid/liquid extraction, Electroanalysis 30, 2440-2444.Page, M.F.Z., Escott, P., Silva, M., and Barding, G.A. Jr. (2018) The effect of teaching theentire academic year of high school chemistry utilizing abstract reasoning, Chem. Educ. Res.Pract. 19, 500-507.Huang, C., Lum, B., Liu, Y. (2018) Smartphone-assisted colorimetric analysis of manganesein steel samples, Curr. Anal. Chem. doi: 10.2174/1573411013666171117170042.Fieser, M.E., Schimler, S.D., Mitchell, L.A., Wilborn, E.G., John, A., Hogan, L.T., Benson, B.,LaPointe, A.M., and Tolman, W.B. (2018) Dual-catalytic decarbonylation of fatty acid methylesters to form olefins, Chem. Commun. 54, 7669-7672.Gowda, N., G.A., Barding, G.A. Jr., Dai, J., Gu, H., Margineantu, D.H., Hockenbery, D.M., andRaftery, D. (2018) A metabolomics study of BPTES altered metabolism in human breastcancer cell lines, Front. Mol. Biosci. 5: 49 1-13.Mogul, R., Barding, G.A. Jr., et al. (2018) Metabolism and biodegradation of spacecraftcleaning reagents by strains of spacecraft-associated Acinetobacter, eng, L., Zheng, H., Huo, D., Wu, F., Shao, L., Zheng, P., Jiang, Y., Zheng, X., Qiu, X., Liu,Y., Zhang, Y. (2018) N-doped graphene-based copper nanocomposite with ultralow electricalresistivity and high thermal conductivity, Scientific Rep. 8, 9248.Starkey, L.S. Introduction to Strategies for Organic Synthesis, 2nd ed.; Wiley: New York, 2018.Wang, X., Liu, X., Cook, C., Schatschneider, B., Marom, N. (2018) On the possibility of singletfission in crystalline quaterrylene, J. Chem. Phys. 148, 184101.Corcoran, T.C. (2018) Compressive detection of highly overlapped spectra using WalshHadamard-based filter functions, Appl. Spect. 72, 392-403.Locke, A.M., Barding, G.A. Jr., Sathnur, S., Larive, C.K., Bailey-Serres, J. (2018) Rice SUB1Aconstrains remodeling of the transcriptome and metabolome during submergence to facilitatepost-submergence recovery, Plant Cell Env. 41, 721-736.Minasian, S.G., Batista, E.R., Booth, C.H., Clark, D.L., Keith, J.M., Kozimor, S.A., Lukens,W.W., Martin, R.L., Shuh, D.K., Stieber, S.C.E., Tylisczcak, T., Wen, X. (2017) Quantitativeevidence for lanthanide-oxygen orbital mixing in CeO2, PrO2, and TbO2, J. Am. Chem. Soc.139, 18052-18064.Jezowski, S.R., Baer, R., Monaco, S., Mora-Perez, C.A., Schatschneider, B. (2017) Unlockingthe electronic genome of halogenobenzenes, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 19, 4093-4103.Mogul, R. et al. (2017) Microbial community and biochemical dynamics of biological soil crustsacross a gradient of surface coverage in the central Mojave Desert, Front. Microbiol. 8, 1974.Sheng, W., Zheng, L., Liu, Y., Zhao, X., Weng, J., Zhang, Y. (2017) Sensitive detection ofdopamine via leucodopaminechrome on polyacrylic acid-coated ceria nanorods, Nanotech.28, 365504.Hallan, S., Afkarian, M., Zelnick, L.R., Kestenbaum, B., Sharma, S., Saito, R., Darshi,M., Barding, G.A. Jr., Raftery, D., W., Kretzler, M., Sharma, K., de Boer, I.H. (2017)“Metabolomics and gene expression analysis reveal down-regulation of the citric acid (TCA)cycle in non-diabetic CKD patients” EBioMedicine, 26, 68-77.John, A., Dereli, B., Ortuño, M.A., Johnson, H.E., Hillmyer, M.A., Cramer, C.J., Tolman, W.B.(2017) Selective decarbonylation of fatty acid esters to linear a-olefins, Organometallics 36,2956-2964.Mathon, C., Barding, G.A. Jr., Larive, C.K. (2017) Separation of ten phosphorylated monoand disaccharides using HILIC and ion-pairing interactions, Anal. Chim. Acta 972, 102-110. Jezowski, S.R., Monaco, S., Yennawar, H.P., Wonderling, N.M., Mathers, R.T.,Schatschneider, B. (2017) Unusual physical behavior and polymorphic phase transitions incrystalline bicyclic anhydrides, CrystEngComm 19, 276-284.

Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry About the Department The Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, administratively situated within the College of Science, enrolls approximately 400 undergraduate majors and 25 graduate students. The department has 17 tenure-track faculty members, 16 part-time temporary instructors, and 7 staff members.

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