The periodic table of elements is like a typewriter for chemists. Like a writer who sits behind a typewriter and uses the keys to create a chemist looks at the periodic table of elements and looks for ways to create. For Professor Gregory Robinson, his creativity comes in the form of creating new molecules.
Professor Gregory Robinson is professor of chemistry at Franklin College of Arts and Science from the University of Georgia. He specializes in Organometallic Chemistry and is the recipient of the Frank Albert Cotton Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry Award from the American Chemical Society.
Aired march 26, 2017