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IBC Advanced Technologies Inc

856 East Utah Valley Drive

American Fork, Utah 84003

United States

Company Description

IBC develops and manufactures an extensive portfolio of high-quality MRT products including SuperLig®, AnaLig®, and MacroLig®. These products are sold worldwide to premier metallurgical, advanced materials, analytical, chemical, health care, catalyst, and ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor of Chemistry

Brigham Young University

Affiliations

Fellow
American Association for the Advancement of Science

Advisory Board
Ucore Rare Metals Inc

Advisory Boards Member
ISMSC-2016

Founder
International Symposium

Education

BS degree

Chemistry

Utah State University

PhD

PhD degree

Chemistry

Pennsylvania State University

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About Reed M. Izatt, PhD Reed M. Izatt received a BS degree in Chemistry from Utah State University (1951) and a PhD degree in Chemistry with an Earth Sciences minor from Pennsylvania State University (1954). After post-doctoral work at Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, he embarked on an academic career at Brigham Young University retiring as Charles E. Maw Professor of Chemistry (1993). He is the author or co-author of over 550 publications, and has research experience in macrocyclic and separations chemistry, calorimetry, and thermodynamics of metal-ligand interactions. His publications have received over 25,000 citations. Dr. Izatt is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He has received the American Chemical Society Separations Science and Technology Award (1996), the Calorimetry Conference Huffman Award (1983) and the Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology (1990). Dr. Izatt co-founded the International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISMSC). In honor of his seminal contributions to the field of macrocyclic chemistry, IBC Advanced Technologies, Inc. (IBC) sponsors the Izatt-Christensen Award, which is presented annually at the ISMSC to the top macrocyclic chemist in the world as selected by his/her peers. Dr. Izatt is a co-founder of IBC and serves on IBC's Board of Directors.
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | Taggedchemistry, mining, Molecular Recognition Technology, MRT, nobel prize, rare earths, SuperLig | 11 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedChina, cobalt, permanent magnets, rare earth metals, rare earths, Ucore, Ucore Rare Metals Inc. | 5 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | Taggedlithium, lithium batteries, Molecular Recognition Technology, MRT, rare earths, REE Separation | 7 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedMolecular Recognition Technology, MRT, precious metals, recycling | 4 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedChina, military, Molecular Recognition Technology, MRT, rare earths, rare metals, REE Separation, Ucore Rare Metals Inc. | 13 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedE-Recycling, Molecular Recognition Technology, MRT, rare earths, REE Separation | 1 Reply
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedMolecular Recognition Technology, MRT, rare earths, REE Separation | 6 Replies
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by Reed M. Izatt, PhD inCleanTech Intel, Technology Intel, Technology Metals Intel | TaggedMolecular Recognition Technology, MRT, rare earths, REE Separation | 4 Replies
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IBC was created in 1988 as a spin-off company from the molecular recognition research program of Reed M. Izatt, Jerald S. Bradshaw, and James J. Christensen (deceased 1987) at Brigham Young University (BYU) [10].
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Professors Izatt and Bradshaw received the 1996 National American Chemical Society Award for Separation Sciences and Technology based on their innovative work in metal separations [11].
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Presentation of first Izatt-Christensen Award to Jean-Pierre Sauvage (left) by Reed M. Izatt at Sheffield, U.K., 1991.
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Reed M. Izatt and Jerald S. Bradshaw, Joint Recipients of the 1996 American Chemical Society Award in Separations Science and Technology, Chemical & Engineering News, January 22, 1996, p 56.
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Izatt, S.R., McKenzie, J.S., Bruening, R.L., Izatt, R.M., Izatt, N.E., Krakowiak, K.E., 2016. Selective Recovery of Platinum Group Metals and Rare Earth Metals from Complex Matrices using a Green Chemistry-Molecular Recognition Technology Approach. In Izatt, R.M. (Ed.), Metal Sustainability: Global Challenges, Consequences, and Prospects, Wiley, Oxford, U.K. Izatt, R.M., High Strength Permanent Magnets: An Untapped Source of Critical Rare Earth Metals, but can the Metals be Economically Recovered?, Accessed October 23, 2016. (a) Press release: March 2, 2015, Ucore Successfully Separates Entire Suite of Individual Rare Earth Elements at High Purity, Accessed October 23, 2016; (b) Press release: May 24, 2016, Ucore Separates Scandium at 99%+ Recovery via SuperLig®-One Pilot Plant, Accessed September 14, 2016; (c) Press Release: June 7, 2016, Ucore separates HREE and LREE Classes at 99%+ Purity via SuperLig®-One Pilot Plant, Accessed October 23, 2016; (d) Press Release: July 5, 2016, Ucore Separates Dy and Ho Sub-Groups at 99%+ Purity via SuperLig®-One Pilot Plant, Accessed October 23, 2016; (e) Press Release: August 15, 2016, Ucore Produces 99.99% Dysprosium via SuperLig®-One Pilot Plant, Accessed October 23, 2016; (f) Press Release: September 26, 2016, Ucore Confirms Success of SuperLig®-One Pilot Plant via Independent Analysis, Accessed October 23, 2016 Izatt, S.R., McKenzie, J.S., Izatt, N.E., Bruening, R.L., Krakowik, K.E., Izatt, R..M., Molecular Recognition Technology: A Green Chemistry Process for Separation of Individual Rare Earth Metals, Accessed September 14, 2016. Pradip, Fuerstenau, D.W., 2013, Design and Development of Novel Flotation Reagents for the Benefication of Mountain Pass Rare Earth Ore, Minerals & Metallurgical Processing, 30, 1-9. Izatt, R.M., Precious Metals: A Resource Worth Recycling, Accessed October 23, 2016. Izatt, R.M., Bradshaw, J.S., Izatt, S.R., Harrison, R.G., 2016. Izatt, R.M., Bradshaw, J.S., Izatt, S.R., Harrison, R.G., 2016.
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Izatt, R.M., Izatt, Hagelüken, C., 2016. Recycling and Sustainable Utilization of Precious and Specialty Metals, In Izatt, R.M. (Ed.), Metal Sustainability: Global Challenges, Consequences, and Prospects, Wiley, Oxford, U.K. 1-22. Izatt, R.M., Izatt, S.R., Izatt, N.E., Krakowiak, K.E., Bruening, R.L., Green Chemistry Molecular Recognition Processes Applied to Metal Separations in Ore Beneficiation, Element Recycling, Metal Remedation, and Elemental Analysis. in Beach, E.S. and Kundu, S., (Eds.) Handbook of Green Chemistry Volume 12 - Tools for Green Chemistry. (Anastas, P.T., (Ed). Handbook of Green Chemistry Series.) Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, Gremany, in Press.
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About Reed M. Izatt, PhD Reed M. Izatt received a BS degree in Chemistry from Utah State University (1951) and a PhD degree in Chemistry with an Earth Sciences minor from Pennsylvania State University (1954). After post-doctoral work at Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, he embarked on an academic career at Brigham Young University retiring as Charles E. Maw Professor of Chemistry (1993). He is the author or co-author of over 550 publications, and has research experience in macrocyclic and separations chemistry, calorimetry, and thermodynamics of metal-ligand interactions. His publications have received over 25,000 citations. Dr. Izatt is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). He has received the American Chemical Society Separations Science and Technology Award (1996), the Calorimetry Conference Huffman Award (1983) and the Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology (1990). Dr. Izatt co-founded the International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry (ISMSC). In honor of his seminal contributions to the field of macrocyclic chemistry, IBC Advanced Technologies, Inc. (IBC) sponsors the Izatt-Christensen Award, which is presented annually at the ISMSC to the top macrocyclic chemist in the world as selected by his/her peers. Dr. Izatt is a co-founder of IBC and serves on IBC's Board of Directors. View all posts by Reed M. Izatt, PhD →


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Dr. Reed M. Izatt is one of the founding principals of IBC Advanced Technologies, Inc. ("IBC"), which specializes in Molecular Recognition Technology ("MRT"). He is the author or co-author of over 550 publications, and has research experience in macrocyclic and separations chemistry, calorimetry, and thermodynamics of metal-ligand interactions. Dr. Izatt's publications have received over 25,000 citations. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science ("AAAS"). Dr. Izatt has received the American Chemical Society Separations Science and Technology Award (1996), the Calorimetry Conference Huffman Award (1983) and the Utah Governor's Medal for Science and Technology (1990). He co-founded the International Symposium on Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry ("ISMSC"). In honor of Dr. Izatt's seminal contributions to the field of macrocyclic chemistry, IBC sponsors the Izatt-Christensen Award, which is presented annually at the ISMSC to the top macrocyclic chemist in the world as selected by his/her peers. Dr. Izatt received a BS degree in Chemistry from Utah State University (1951) and a PhD degree in Chemistry with an Earth Sciences minor from Pennsylvania State University (1954). After post-doctoral work at Mellon Institute of Industrial Research, he embarked on an academic career at Brigham Young University retiring as Charles E. Maw Professor of Chemistry (1993).


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