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THE  SPECIAL TOPICS  COURSE BIOMATERIALS WILL BE OFFERED AGAIN !!!!!!

SPRING 2010

BIOMATERIAL CHEMISTRY !!

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Tolulope Oladipo Salami (PhD)

Assistant Professor of Inorganic and Material Chemistry

Department of Chemistry, Valdosta State University, Valdosta Georgia

 

Welcome to the to the webpage of Assistant Professor Tolulope Salami of the Department of Chemistry at Valdosta State University. You are invited to look around and read about the ongoing projects in our research lab.

We continuously seek dedicated students interested in research opportunities.

If you are interested, please get in touch with me I will be glad to show you around our lab as well as discuss our research interest with you.

Research Interest

One area focuses on the design and synthesis of novel porous materials (bulk material, layered films, and porous thin films) and the basic understanding of the structure, properties, functions and applications of the materials.

The target functions/potential use of the novel materials will be in the following areas: drug delivery, energy storage, battery technology and environmental Remediation

Secondly we are interested in the fundamental understanding of the nano-scale chemistry involved in using self assembled monolayer SAM as a building block or “template” for the growth of the inorganic or organic based coating on films. These types of coatings have potential application in the area of medical implants, battery technology just to mention a few.


Selected Publications

  1. Salami T. O and Lori A Vermeulen, Ultrasound-mediated release of [Ru(bpy)3]2+ from a layered titanate film. J. Mater. Chem., 16, 2781 – 2784. 2006
  2. Salami T. O, Zavalij P. Y and Oliver S. R. J., Hydrothermal Synthesis and Characterization of a Layered Cobalt Phenylphosphonate, Co(PhPO3)(H2O)”,. Dalton Trans. 1574 - 1578. 2006.
  3. Salami T. O, Zavalij P. Y and Oliver S. R. J., Salami Synthesis, structure and magnetic properties of a tin cobalt phosphate framework, SnCo2 (H2O)2 (PO4)2 7H2O. Journal of Inorganic Communications, 9, 64-67, 2006

 

 

 

Contact Information

Tel:(229)-333-5816

Fax:(229)-245-2458

E-mail: Tosalami@valdosta.edu

Office: Bailey Science Center(3081)

Research Lab: Bailey Science Center(3032)

 

 

 

For chemistry courses registration questions: Call Ms. Katrina Chemistry Department (229) 333-5798

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