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- B.A. Chemistry – Ohio Wesleyan University, 2007
- M.S. Chemistry – University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008
- Ph.D. Physical Chemistry – Cornell University, 2013
- Introductory Chemistry I and II (Chem 111 and 112)
- Physical Chemistry I and II (Chem 341 and 342)
- Syllabus CHEM 342 Lecture Spring 2018
- Syllabus CHEM 342 Lab Spring 2018
- Syllabus CHEM 112 Lab Spring 2018
Dr. Albert’s current research interests involve investigating chemical reactions taking place on aerosol particles and how molecules on the surfaces of these particles influence their reactivity. Dr. Albert is interested in modifying the surfaces of soot particles and liquid surfaces to determine how those changes affect the reactivity of gas-phase molecules impinging on the surface. From a chemical education perspective, Dr. Albert is interested in developing low-cost instruments for teaching about and using instrumentation in classrooms.
About Dr. Daniel R. Albert
Dr. Daniel R. Albert joined the Chemistry Department in August 2016. He received his B.A. (2007) from Ohio Wesleyan University, his M.S. (2008) the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his Ph.D. (2013) in Physical Chemistry from Cornell University. As a graduate student, Dr. Albert’s research involved using molecular beam scattering to characterize chemical reactions. Much of his graduate work involved developing high-intensity vacuum ultraviolet laser sources for molecule detection via “soft” single-photon ionization. Before coming to Millersville, Dr. Albert was an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point from 2013 – 2016. His major teaching responsibilities are Introductory Chemistry and Physical Chemistry.
American Chemical Society (ACS)
- Todt, M.A.; Albert, D.R.; Davis, H.F. “High Intensity Vacuum Ultraviolet and Extreme Ultraviolet Production by Noncollinear Mixing in Laser Vaporized Media.” Rev. Sci. Instrum. 2016, 87, 063106.
- Albert, D.R. “Deflategate: A Real Application of the Ideal Gas Law” National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 2015.
- Albert, D.R.; Davis, H.F. “Experimental Studies of Bimolecular Reaction Dynamics Using Pulsed Tabletop Vacuum Ultraviolet Photoionization Detection.” Invited Perspective Article, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2013, 15, 14566-14580.
- Albert, D.R.; Todt, M.A.; Davis, H.F. “A Low-Cost Quantitative Absorption Spectrophotometer.” J. Chem. Educ. 2012, 89, 1432-1435.