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
- Rezvani, A., Bazzi, H. S., Chen, B., Rakotondradany, F., & Sleiman, H. F. (2004). Ruthenium(II) dipyridoquinoxaline-norbornene: Synthesis, properties, crystal structure, and use as a ROMP monomer. Inorganic Chemistry®. 43(16), 5112-5119.
- Bazzi, H. S., Bouffard, J., & Sleiman, H. F. (2003). Self-Complementary ABC Triblock Copolymers via Ring-Opening Metathesis Polymerization. MACROMOLECULES. 36(21), 7899-7902.
- Bazzi, H. S., & Sleiman, H. F. (2002). Adenine-containing block copolymers via ring-opening metathesis polymerization: Synthesis and self-assembly into rod morphologies. MACROMOLECULES. 35(26), 9617-9620.
- Bazzi, H. S., & Sleiman, H. F. (2002). Synthesis and self-assembly of conjugated polymer precursors containing dichlorocarbonate groups by living ring-opening metathesis polymerization. MACROMOLECULES. 35(3), 624-629.
- Dalphond, J., Bazzi, H. S., Kahrim, K., & Sleiman, H. F. (2002). Synthesis and self-assembly of polymers containing dicarboximide groups by living ring-opening metathesis polymerization. MACROMOLECULAR CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS. 203(13), 1988-1994.
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
Texas A&M University; Qatar Campus; 4251 TAMUQ
College Station, TX 77843-4251