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Mark Shuman

Contact Chemistry  


750 South Church St.
West Chester, PA 19383-2115

Phone: 610-436-2631
Fax: 610-436-2890

Mark Shuman

  • B.S., Georgetown University
  • Ph.D., The University of Pennsylvania

Courses taught:

  • CHE 100 Concepts of Chemistry
  • CHE 101 Fundamentals of Chemistry
  • CHE 103 General Chemistry I
  • CHE 104 General Chemistry II
  • CHE 107 General Chemistry for the Allied Health Sciences
  • CHE 321 Analytical Chemistry I
  • CHE 342 Physical Chemistry II
  • CRL 103 Experimental General Chemistry I
  • CRL 104 Experimental General Chemistry II
  • CRL 107 General Chemistry Lab for the Allied Health Sciences
  • CRL 321 Analytical Chemistry I Lab
  • CRL 342 Experimental Physical Chemistry II Lab

Research Interests:

  • Physical Chemistry of the Lewis-Rayleigh Nitrogen Afterglow
  • Analytical Applications of Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

Selected Research Publications

  1. W. Brennen and M. E. Shuman: A New Example of Formal Non-Steady-State Kinetics. A Model of Heterogeneous Atom Recombination, J.Phys.Chem.,79,741 (1975)
  2. W. Brennen and M. E. Shuman: Kinetics of the Langmuir-Rideal Mechanism for Heterogeneous Atom Recombination, J.Phys.Chem.,82,2715 (1978)
  3. M. E. Shuman and W. Brennen: Heterogeneous Recombination of Nitrogen Atoms by the Smith Side Tube Method: Effects of Tube Length and Homogeneous Recombination, J.Chem.Phys.,68,4077 (1978)
  4. M. E. Shuman and W. Brennen: Experimental Evidence for a Langmuir-Rideal Mechanism in Nitrogen Atom Recombination on Glass, J.Phys.Chem.,83,492 (1979)