G.R. Dobson | Department of Chemistry

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G.R. Dobson

Organometallic/Physical Chemistry
Professor Emeritus
Faculty Member at UNT 1969-1999

B.S. (Chemistry), Florida Southern College (1955)

Ph.D., Inorganic Chemistry, Florida State University (1964)

Assistant Professor of Chemistry, University of Georgia, 1963-1967

Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of South Dakota, 1967-1969

Associate Professor of Chemistry, University of North Texas, 1969-1972

Professor of Chemistry, University of North Texas, 1972-1999

Regents Professor of Chemistry, University of North Texas, 1987-1999

Regents Professor of Chemistry, Emeritus, 1999-

Organometallic chemistry, metal carbonyls and derivatives; Kinetics and mechanism of substitution reaction of metal carbonyls, some studied employing pulsed laser flash photolysis with uv-visible and infrared detection.

Grand Master Alchemist (national position), Alpha Chi Sigma, professional chemistry fraternity 1980-1982

Ex-member, Editorial Advisory Board, Inorganic Chemistry

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