inorganic chemist MITDr. Feldman – Inorganic Chemistry Editor

Dr. Feldman is an expert in organic and organometallic synthesis, coordination chemistry, homogeneous catalysis, and material science.  Dr. Feldman received his B.A. from the Cornell University College of Arts and Sciences and his Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry from MIT.  At MIT, he worked in the laboratory of Prof. Richard R. Schrock (2005 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry) and helped develop what later became known as the famous “Schrock Catalyst” for olefin metathesis.  Dr. Feldman was on the research staff of DuPont Central Research & Development for over 25 years and worked on a wide variety of programs, including OLED host and emitter materials, high transparency immersion fluids, fluorinated photoresist polymers, organotin catalysts for polyurethane synthesis, and functional group-tolerant catalysts for olefin metathesis and polymerization.  He is the co-inventor of 32 issued US patents and the co-author of numerous publications (see for a complete listing).  His most recent publication [J. Feldman et al. Highly Quantum Efficient Phosphorescent Sky Blue Emitters Based on Diastereomeric Iridium (III) Complexes of Atropisomeric 5‑Aryl‑4H‑1,2,4-triazole Ligands. Organometallics 2015, 34, 3665] was selected as an ACS Editors’ Choice article and was featured on the cover of the August 10, 2015 issue of Organometallics.  Dr. Feldman carried out research in a multicultural environment for many years, and he has ample experience assisting colleagues whose first language is not English with their writing.  He looks forward to helping you publish your research in the very best journals.


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