Markus M. Hoffmann

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Markus M. Hoffmann, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemisry

Physical Chemistry

Department of Chemistry
222 Smith Hall
Phone: (585) 395-5587
Fax: (585) 395-5805

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Ph.D. '97, Washington University

I am interested in physico-chemical studies of ionic liquids and liquid surfactants. As one primary research tool I am using NMR spectroscopic techniques. For more detailed information, please click on the underlined items.

Representative Publications

"Is the Ionic Liquid 1-Ethyl-3-methylimidazolium Methanesulfonate [Emim][MeSO3] Capable of Rigidly Binding Water?", Stark, Annegret; Zidell, A.W. Hoffmann, M.M., Journal of Molecular Liquids, 2011, Vol. 160, 166-179.

"T1 Relaxation Measurement with Solvent Suppression", Hoffmann, M. M.; Sobstyl, H. H.; Seedhouse, S. S, Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry, 2008, Vol. 46, 660-666.

"Water Partitioning in "Dry" Poly(Ethylene Oxide) Alcohol (C mE n) Nonionic Surfactant - A Proton NMR Study", Hoffmann, M. M.; Bennett, M. E.; Fox, J. D.; Wyman, D. P.; Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2005, Vol. 287, 712-716.

”Measuring P-V-T Phase Behavior with a Variable Volume View Cell”, Hoffmann, M. M. Salter, J. D., Journal of Chemical Education, 2004, Vol. 81, 411-413.

”A Classroom Exercise Aiming at the Development of an Intuitive Understanding of P-V-T Phase Behavior of Fluids”, Hoffmann, M. M., Journal of Chemical Education, 2004, Vol. 81, 376-378.

Last Updated 8/13/18

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