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Sarah L. Stoll
Associate Professor
Director of Undergraduate Studies  
Department of Chemistry 
Georgetown University
37th and O Streets NW
Washington, DC 20057-1227
Office: 652 Reiss Science
Phone: 202-687-5839
Fax: 202-687-6209
E-mail: 
Lab web sitehttp://chemistry.georgetown.edu/stoll/
Education /
Background
B.A. 1988 Smith College cum laude
Ph.D. 1993 U. C. Berkeley, Department of Chemistry
Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University (1995) and Rice University (1996)
Visiting Scientist, Oxford University (1997)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Oberlin College (1996-2001), promotion with tenure 2001
Helsinki University of Technology (2002)
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Georgetown University 2002-2007
Associate Professor of Chemistry, 2007-present
Co-director of the Georgetown Research Experience for Undergraduates, 2006-present
Co-director of Science in the Public Interest
Fulbright Fellow (2002), NSF CAREER Award (2005)
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TeachingInorganic Chemistry, Advanced Topics in Inorganic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Synthetic Methods, General Chemistry
Research InterestsSolid state inorganic chemistry, materials and nanoparticle research.
Research in the Stoll Lab has focused on the synthesis and study of magnetic nanoparticles. Magnetic nanoparticles are of interest for electronics applications (data storage), biological systems (particularly for separations and MRI), as well as fundamental questions about magnetism on the nanometer length scale. Many of our projects involve the synthesis of novel magnetic nanoparticles or the incorporation of magnetic clusters and nanoparticles in larger superstructures. We are also interested in developing systems with novel magneto-optical, luminescence, non-linear optical properties.
In the NewsChemistry Professor Named CAREER Award Recipient
The National Science Foundation (NSF) selected Georgetown University assistant professor of chemistry Sarah L. Stoll as a 2005 recipient of the Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER)Program award. 
Recent PublicationsBoncher, W. L.; Regulacio, M. D.; Stoll, S. L., “Thermolysis of Lanthanide Precursors”, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, 2009, DOI: 10.1016/j.jssc.2009.10.003.
Mertzman, J.; Kar, S.; Flemming, T.; Lofland, S.; Van Keuren, E.; Tong, Y.Y.; Stoll, S. L., “Manganese oxo clusters as potential MRI contrast agents?” Chem. Comm., 2009, DOI: 10.1039/b815424d
Regulacio, M. D.; Zuniga, E.; Kar, S.; Wang, G.; Dollahon, N. R.; Yee, G.; Stoll, S. L., “Size dependent magnetism in EuS nanoparticles” Chemistry of Materials, 2008, 3368.
Regulacio, M. D.; Pablico, M. H.; Vasquez, J.; Myers, P. N.; Tam-Chang, T.-C.; Stoll, S. L. “Luminescence of Lanthanide Dithiocarbamate Complexes”, Inorganic Chemistry, 2008, 47, 1512.
Regulacio, M. D.; Lewis, B.; Bussman, K.; Stoll, S.L., “Magnetic Properties of Lanthanide Chalcogenide Semiconducting Nanoparticles” J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2006, 128, 11173-11179. [ View Publication ]
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