Professor, Physical Chemistry and
Ph.D.,Carnegie-Mellon University, 1969
My research in chemical thermodynamics has
inorganic and organic solution calorimetry, oxygen and fluorine bomb
potentiometric equilibrium determinations, ion cyclotron resonance, and
NMR equilibrium determinations. Our current research effort is centered
around the determinations of aqueous equilibrium constants and rate
involving phosphorus compounds using quantitative NMR techniques. This
work is being done to extend the reference data for small model
compounds and in an effort to understand the nature of Lewis acid-base
- Representative Publications
- "Thermodynamics of Ionization of
Acids." Larson, J. W. and Su, B. J. Chem. Eng. Data 1994,
- "Thermodynamics of Formation of Aqueous
Difluoro,and Amidofluorophsophoric Acids. Larson, J. W. and Su, B. J.
Chem. Eng. Data 1994, 39, 36-39
- "Kinetics of the Acid and Alkaline
Monofluoro-phosphite, Dishman, K.; Karnell, L. A., and Larson, J. W., Int.
J. Chem. Kinetics, 1994, 26, 455-459.
- "Thermodynamics of Vanadium (+5) in
Larson, J. W., J. Chem. Eng. Data, 1995 ,40, 1276-1280.
Chemistry 211 syllabus
Chemistry 212 syllabus
Chemistry 345 syllabus
Chemistry 357 syllabus
Chmistry 358 syllabus
Beech Fork Bird List
July 10, 2007
Department of Chemistry