Department of Chemistry Jeremy J. Lessmann
Lessmann, Jeremy J.
Associate Professor, Career Track
Pullman, WA 99164-4630
Ph.D. Chemistry, 1999
Pennsylvania State University
B.A. Chemistry, 1993
Franklin and Marshall College
Novel spectroscopic techniques, Inorganic and Bioinorganic Spectroscopy: Application of spectroscopy to problems in inorganic, bioinorganic, and biophysical chemistry. Spectroscopic investigation of novel metal binding environments. Investigation into the mechanisms of super- and supramolecular self assembly in both small molecules and biological macromolecules.
- Paul T. Buckley, Royston H. Filby, Daniel L. Dugan, James T. Elliston, Jeremy Lessmann, and Alena Paulenova. “Radioisotopes in Medicine: Preparing a Technetium-99m Generator and Determining its Efficiency”. J. Chem. Ed.; In Press 2005
- Lessmann, J. J; Benefiel, C.; Newton, R. B. “Link to the Future: A Partnership Program Connecting High School and University Chemistry” Poster Presented at 58th ACS Northwest Regional Meeting, Bozeman, Montana, June 2003
- Lessmann, J. J.; Horrocks, W. DeW. Jr. “Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry in Aqueous Solution: Lanthanide Ion-Induced Triple Helix Formation.” Inorganic Chemistry; 2000; 39; 3114-3124