Basic and Applied Research in Chemical Recognition and Separations



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Bruce Moyer Bruce A. Moyer, Group Leader. Ph.D. 1979, Inorganic Chemistry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Separations, solvent extraction, ion exchange, actinides, coordination chemistry, solution thermodynamics, radiochemistry. Curriculum vitae e-mail Peter Bonnesen Peter V. Bonnesen, Ph.D. 1989, Inorganic Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles. Separations chemistry, solvent extraction, ion exchange, coordination chemistry, radiochemistry, organometallic chemistry, polymer chemistry. e-mail
Radu Custelcean Radu Custelcean, Ph.D. 2000, Physical Organic Chemistry, Michigan State University. Structural chemistry, solid-state organic chemistry, X-ray crystallography, molecular and crystal design, materials chemistry. e-mail Lætitia Delmau Lætitia H. Delmau, Ph.D. 1997, Physical Chemistry, University of Strasbourg, France. Physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, and/or radiochemistry with emphasis on inorganic chemistry, separations chemistry, and/or Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy. e-mail
Fred Sloop Frederick V. Sloop, Jr., M.S. 1982, Biology/Microbiology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Biochemistry, microbiology, environmental chemistry, chromatography, capillary electrophoresis, synthesis, labels for DNA sequencing, biotechnology, sensors, defense counterproliferation programs. e-mail Ben Hay Benjamin P. Hay, Ph.D. 1986, Physical Organic Chemistry, University of Oregon. Molecular design, supramolecular chemistry, molecular recognition, molecular structure, physical organic chemistry, coordination chemistry, force field models, electronic structure models. e-mail


Separations and radiochemistry: radiochemical hoods and glove box, scintillation counting instrumentation (alpha, beta, gamma), and phase equilibration devices. Spectrometry: Avance 400 wide-bore multinuclear NMR, Thermo Jarrell Ash IRIS Intrepid II XSP ICAP Emission, Cary 219 UV/vis, and PE Sciex API 150 MCA Electrospray Mass Spectrometer. X-ray: Nonius CAD-4 diffractometer, SHELXTL and WinGX structure solution software, PLATON geometric analysis software, and ORTEP III structural representation software. Computing: Silicon Graphics INDIGO2 workstation; G4 Macintosh and Intel families; Spartan molecular modeling software; Cambridge Structural Database SXLSQI and SXFIT equilibrium-analysis software.

Organic synthesis: complete synthesis laboratory and scale-up facilities. CEM Discover Labmate Focused Microwave Synthesis System equipped with Raman spectroscopic analysis module and temperature control module. Chromatography: Waters 600 HPLC, Dionex DX-500 ion chromatography system, Hewlett-Packard 6850 Gas Chromatograph Titrimetry: Tronac titration calorimeter, Mettler DL77 automated potentiometric titrator, and Karl Fischer coulometric titrator.

For more information on the Chemical Separations Group
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, contact:
Bruce A. Moyer
Group Leader
Chemical Separations Group
Chemical Sciences Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
P.O. Box 2008
Oak Ridge, TN, 37831-6119
Phone: (865) 574-6718
FAX: (865) 574-4939
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