Gerald Meyer

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Gerald J. Meyer is an active researcher and professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill formerly of Johns Hopkins University. His current research interest includes inorganic photochemistry with emphasis on interfacial electron transfer processes. Meyer was a director of the NSF Collaborative Research Activities in Environmental Science Center (CRAEMS) from 2002-2007.[1]

Meyer is the current Bernard N. Baker Chair In Chemistry at Johns Hopkins.[2]

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  • Chemical Sensing with Photoluminescent Semiconductor Materials. Meyer, G.J.; Lisensky, G.C.; Ellis, A.B. Serial No. 4,752,588. issued 1988.
  • Solar Cells Incorporating Light Harvesting Arrays. Meyer, G.J.; Lindsey, J.S. Serial No. 6,596,935 issued 2003.

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