Jim Jeitler

Associate Professor
Ph.D.-Magneto Chemistry, Clark University (1998); MA-Chemistry, Clark University (1996); BS-Chemistry, SUNY-Buffalo (1992)
Year Appointed
Courses - Fall
  • Quantitative Analysis
  • Quantitative Analysis Lab
  • Inorganic Chemistry
Courses - Spring
  • General Chemistry II
  • General Chemistry Lab II
  • Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
  • Chemical Professional


Research Interests
Magnetic interactions between metals through delocalized pi systems.
Synthesis of metal complexes for photochemotherapy agents.
Purification of oilfield brine waste
Environmental chemistry

Recent Publicastions
“A cuprous azide complex: The effect of structure on the stability of the azide ion – A literature discussion” Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource.
https://www.ionicviper.org/ July 2014