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NDRL Article Designated as HOT 2020 PCCP article.

NDRL Article Designated as HOT 2020 PCCP article.

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Congratulations to Professor David Bartels and Professor Alexandra Lisovskaya of the Radiation Laboratory. Their article titled "One-electron redox kinetics of aqueous transition metal couples Zn2+/+, Co2+/+, and Ni2+/+ using pulse radiolysis" was selected by Physical Chemistry, Chemical Physics to be included in their 2020 HOT PCCP Articles. The article was co-authored with Kotchaphan Kanjana.…

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Professor Emeritus Richard Warren Fessenden died on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Professor Emeritus Richard Warren Fessenden died on Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

It is with sadness that the NDRL learned of this loss. Dick came to us from the Bushy Run Lab at Carnegie-Mellon University with Bob Schuler in 1976. He continued to make fundamental and significant advances in magnetic resonance and dielectric loss spectroscopies till his retirement in 1999, remaining scientifically active here for another ten years. During his time with us he touched the lives of many colleagues, staff and graduate students.…

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Professor Bartels to Give Talk

Professor Bartels to Give Talk

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor David Bartels has been invited to give a talk to the Nuclear Engineering Department at the University of Wisconsin this January, 2020. His talk is titled, "E-beam Acceleration of Zircalloy-4 Corrosion at PWR Conditions and v.s. Temperature."…

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Professor Kamat Presents in Milan

Professor Kamat Presents in Milan

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat of the Radiation Laboratory is attending the 7th International Conference on Semiconductor Photochemistry- SP7 in Milan this September. His paper is titled, "Semiconductor Nanostructures for Light Energy Conversion. From Photocatalysis to Photovoltaics."."…

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Dr. Bartels to Present

Dr. Bartels to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Dr. David M. Bartels will be traveling to the Miller Conference held in Manchester, U.K. during September. While there, he will giving a talk at University of Leeds on September 16th, and the University of Manchester on September 17th. His talk is titled, "Partial Molar Volume of the Hydrated Electron and a Comment on its Vertical Detachment Energy."…

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Professor Ptasinska to Present at Conference

Professor Ptasinska to Present at Conference

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Sylwia Ptasinska will be traveling to Belgrade to attend the International Workshop on Low-Energy Positron and Positronium Physics, and the International Symposium on Electron-Molecule Collisions and Swarms. While there, she will be presenting a paper titled "Electron-Induced Fragmentation of Peptide Model Molecules."…

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Professor Kamat to Present

Professor Kamat to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Prashant Kamat from the Radiation Laboratory will be presenting at several conferences in June. He will be presenting "Quantum Dots to Perovskites. Tuning Semiconductor Nanostructures for Light Energy Conversion" at the Nankai International Conference on Solar Energy Conversion in China. He will be presenting "Visualizing Halide Ion Mobility in Metal Halide Perovskite Films through Photo and Thermal Effects" at the SISF Conference in Seoul, Korea. Professor Kamat will also present "Stalking Halide Ion Migration in Lead Halides Perovskites" at the ICMAT Conference in Singapore.…

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Professor Janik to Present

Professor Janik to Present

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Professor Ireneusz Janik from the Radiation Laboratory will be attending the 74th International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. He will present his paper titled, "Vibrational Spectroscopy of CS2- Radical Anion in Water."…

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