Gordon Miller

University Professor [CHEM]
Office:1605 Gilman
2415 Osborn Dr
Ames IA
Research Area: Inorganic and Materials
Topics of interest: Inorganic Chemistry, Theoretical Solid-State Chemistry

Our group’s research emphasizes the discovery and characterization of complex metal-rich compounds by exploratory synthesis, X-ray diffraction, and electronic structure calculations. We study a variety of compound types, ranging from network solids to quasicrystals, and two primary themes are to identify the factors influencing the distributions and arrangements of chemical elements in complex chemical structures, and to examine factors that lead to spontaneous magnetization and magnetically ordered structures.

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