Dr. Bazzi's research interests focus on metathesis chemistry as a powerful tool in small molecule and polymer synthesis, in addition to polymer-supported catalysis, DNA-mimetic polymers, and fluorous analogs of ruthenium based catalysts.
education and training
- Balogh, J., Bazzi, H. S., & Gladysz, J. A. (2013). Synthesis of fluorous ponytail-tagged pyridine ligands and their applications in analogs of Grubbs 3rd generation catalyst. ACS Photonics. 246,
- Bazzi, H. S., Al-Hashimi, M., & Bergbreiter, D. E. (2013). Lower ruthenium leaching using PIB-supported metathesis catalyst. ACS Photonics. 245,
- Hobbs, C., Cassidy, B., Benzine, C., Yang, Y., Priyadarshani, N., Khamatnurova, T., ... Bergbreiter, D. E. (2013). Polyolefin oligomers as additives, catalysts, and solvents.
- Tuba, R., Bazzi, H. S., & Gladysz, J. A. (2012). Phase transfer activation of Grubbs' ROMP catalyst systems. ACS Photonics. 243,
- Xi, Z., Bazzi, H. S., & Gladysz, J. A. (2011). Phase transfer activation of catalysts for olefin metathesis. ACS Photonics. 241,
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; Qatar Campus; 4251 TAMUQ
College Station, TX 77843-4251