082 CBEC Building
151 W Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210
Areas of Expertise
- X-ray Crystallography & Diffraction
- Research Support Services
Dr. Moore serves as the Manager of the X-ray Crystallography Facility. He received his PhD in Chemistry from Wichita State University in 2007 while working in the group of Dr. David Eichhorn. From 2009-2019 he worked in the Crystallography Facility at the University of California, San Diego first as a Post-Doc, then Facility Scientist, and ultimately the Director. He joined The Ohio State University in January of 2019.
His specialties include student instruction, crystallization of problematic molecules, twinning, complex disorder problems, as well as diffractometer maintenance and repair.
Recent Publication list:
Schkeryantz, Luke A.; Zheng, Jingfeng; McCulloch, William D.; Qin, Lei; Zhang, Songwei; Moore, Curtis E.; Wu, Yiying. Designing Potassium Battery Salts through a Solvent-in-Anion Concept for Concentrated Electrolytes and Mimicking Solvation Structures. Chemistry of Materials (2020), 32(24), 10423-10434.
Lei, Zhiquan; Finnegan, Tyler J.; Gunawardana, Vageesha W. Liyana; Pavlovic, Radoslav Z.; Xie, Han; Moore, Curtis E.; Badjic, Jovica D.A Molecular Capsule with Revolving Doors Partitioning Its Inner Space. Chemistry -A European Journal (2020), 26(69), 16480-16485.
Zhang, Hongtu; Hatzis, Gregory P.; Dickie, Diane A.; Moore, Curtis E.; Thomas, Christine M. Redox chemistry and H-atom abstraction reactivity of a terminal zirconium(IV) oxo compound mediated by an appended cobalt(I) center. Chemical Science (2020), 11(39), 10729-10736.
Zhang, Weiyao; Moore, Curtis E.; Zhang, Shiyu. Encapsulation of tricoppercluster in a protein-like cavitand enables facile redox processes from CuICuICuI to CuIICuIICuII states. ChemRxiv (2020), 1-52.
Holzapfel, Noah P.; Majher, Jackson D.; Strom, T. Amanda; Moore, Curtis E.; Woodward, Patrick M. Cs4Cd1-xMnxBi2Cl12-A Vacancy-Ordered Halide Perovskite Phosphor with High-Efficiency Orange-Red Emission. Chemistry of Materials (2020), 32(8), 3510-3516.