David Burke received a B.S. in Chemistry from Indiana University. His research interests include applying organic and inorganic chemistry to the creation of new materials with applications in chemical separation, sensing, and drug delivery. Recent projects involved the synthesis and characterization of anion receptors for the purpose of removing environmentally relevant anions from solutions, such as radioactive pertechnetate.
Lee, S.; Hirsch, B. E.; Liu, Y.; Dobscha, J. R.; Burke, D. W.; Tait, S. L.; Flood, A. H., “Multifunctional Tricarbazolo Triazolophane Macrocycles: One-Pot Preparation, Anion Binding, and Hierarchical Self-Organization of Multilayers,” Chemistry – A European Journal, 2016, 22 (2), 560–569.
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