|Basic and Applied Research in Chemical Recognition and Separations|
|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 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, 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 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|
|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||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.
more information on the Chemical
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, contact:
|Bruce A. Moyer
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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