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Jim Martin

Professor

Dabney Hall 822A

919-515-3402

Research Description

Synthesis, structure and physical properties of inorganic materials at the interface of molecular and solid state chemistry. Amorphous Materials Engineering, nano-science and technology of inorganic liquids and solutions. Reaction mechanisms in condensed matter: phase transitions, crystallization, the glass transition, and gas/solid reactions. Time-resolved synchrotron and neutron diffraction. Science and education public policy.

Education

Postdoctoral, Solid State Chemistry, Iowa State University (1994)
NSF Postdoctoral, Theoretical Chemistry, University of Paris (1991)
Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Indiana University (1990)
B.A., Chemistry and Biology, Goshen College (1986)