Chemistry and Biochemistry

Reed M. Izatt

Reed Izatt


Department History Interview


(1) Izatt, S.R., Bruening, R.L., Izatt, N.E., Izatt, R.M., 2017, submitted. Precious Metal Separation
and Recovery from Primary and Secondary Sources Using Molecular Recognition Technology,
Journal of the International Precious Metals Institute.

(2) Izatt, R.M. 2017. Charles J. Pedersen’s Legacy to Chemistry, Chemical Society Reviews
themed issue, 46, 2380-2384.

(3) Izatt, R.M., Oscarson, J.L. 2017 Binding Constants and Related Thermodynamic Quantities:
Significance to Supramolecular Chemistry. In: Atwood, J.L., (Ed.) Comprehensive
Supramolecular Chemistry II, vol. 1, Oxford: Elsevier, pp. 185-201.

(4) Izatt, R.M., Izatt, S.R., Izatt, N.E., Krakowiak, K.E., Bruening, R.L. 2017. Green Chemistry
Molecular Recognition Processes Applied to Metal Separations in Ore Beneficiation, Element
Recycling, Metal Remediation, and Elemental Analysis. In Beach, E.S. and Kundu, S. (Eds.),
Handbook of Green Chemistry Volume 12 – Tools for Green Chemistry, (Anastas, P.T., (Ed.).
Handbook of Green Chemistry Series.) Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Germany, pp. 189-240.

(5) Izatt, R.M., Bradshaw, J.S., Izatt, S.R., Harrison, R.G., 2016. The Izatt-Christensen Award in
Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry: A 25-Year History (1991-2016). In Macrocyclic and
Supramolecular Chemistry: How Izatt-Christensen Award Winners Shaped the Field, Izatt, R.M.
(Ed.), John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, U.K., pp. 1-9.

(6) Izatt, S.R., McKenzie, J.S., Bruening, R.L., Izatt, R.M., Izatt, N.E., Krakowiak, K.E. 2016.
Selective Recovery of Platinum Group Metals and Rare Earth Metals from Complex Matrices
using a Green Chemistry-Molecular Recognition Technology Approach. In Izatt, R.M. (Ed.),
Metal Sustainability: Global Challenges, Consequences, and Prospects, Wiley, Oxford, U.K., pp.

(7) Izatt, R.M., Hagelüken, C. 2016. Recycling and Sustainable Utilization of Precious and
Specialty Metals, In Izatt, R.M. (Ed.), Metal Sustainability: Global Challenges, Consequences,
and Prospects, Wiley, Oxford, U.K., pp. 1-51.

(8) Izatt, R.M., Izatt, N.E., Bruening, R.L., Krakowiak, K.E., Izatt, S.R., Furusho, Y. 2016.
Application of Molecular Recognition Technology Green Chemistry Processes in Extractive
Metallurgy, Metal Extraction, and Chemical Analyses. In Raghavan, R., Extractive Metallurgy of
Non-ferrous Metals, Vijay Nicole Imprints Private Limited, Chennai 600091, India. ISBN: 978-
81-8209-440-6, pp. 277-304.

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(1). Izatt, R.M., Thermodynamics, Green Chemistry, and Metal Separations: Looking into the
21st Century, 71st Calorimetry Conference, Turtle Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, July 31-August 4, 2016.

(2). Izatt, R.M., Green Chemistry Principles Applied to Selective Metal Separations in Metal
Processing and Recovery using Molecular Recognition Technology, 2015 International Chemical
Congress of the Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii, December 15-20, 2015.

(3). Izatt, R.M., Reflections on a Happy Half-Century Career in Thermodynamics, 70th
Calorimetry Conference, Baltimore Inner Harbor, Maryland, July 12-16, 2015.

(4). Izatt, R.M., Challenges to Achievement of Sustainability in Metal Life Cycles, 248th ACS
National Meeting, San Francisco, California, August 9-13, 2014.

(5). Izatt, R.M., Metal Sustainability: Global Challenges, Consequences, and Prospects, 69th
Calorimetry Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico, July 6-10, 2014.

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