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Dr. Mark Whitener is an inorganic chemist and crystallographer. In his research, he prepares transition metal coordination compounds. The compounds prepared in his laboratory are analyzed by single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. The primary service position Dr. Whitener has is the teacher certification officer. He is the subject mentor and advisor for the chemistry teacher candidates.

Research interests

Prepares transition metal coordination compounds. The compounds prepared in his laboratory are analyzed by single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. 

Scholarly Interests

Preparation and crystallographic study of coordination compounds with ligands that contain hydrogen bonding groups. Characterization of quasiracemates containing transition metal complexes.

Teaching

The undergraduate courses that Dr. Whitener currently teaches are General Chemistry (freshman level) and Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry (sophomore level) and Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (senior level). He also teaches graduate inorganic courses such as Bioinorganic Chemistry.

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