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March 29th, 2007
Buhro, professor of chemistry in Arts & Sciences and associate director of the Center for Materials Innovation, is a distinguished researcher and teacher in the field of nanoscience and materials chemistry.
Buhro's interests range from synthetic inorganic and materials chemistry to metallic nanoparticles, nanowire and nanotube growth mechanisms and nanocrystalline/nanocomposite structural materials.
Recently, he has been involved with semiconductor quantum wires and the influence of geometric dimensionality on quantum confinement, as well as electrical transport in boron-based nanowires.
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