Martin Schwartz | Department of Chemistry

Martin Schwartz

(940) 565-3542
CHEM 272
Computational Chemistry
Physical Chemistry

Dr. Schwartz is Regents Professor of Chemistry. He joined the UNT faculty in 1974. Dr. Schwartz has published over 150 refereed scientific papers. Dr. Schwartz's research is currently sponsored by the Air Force Research Laboratory and the Robert A. Welch Foundation.


Dr. Schwartz's current research interests are in the areas of: (A) Molecular Dynamics simulations of polymer composites (in collaboration with the U. S. Air Force), and (B) Quantum Mechanical modeling of bonding and thermochemistry (enthalpies of formation, bond dissociation enthalpies and pi bond energies) in substituted alkenes and silenes.

Class Notes

Course syllabus and class notes for CHEM 1423 - Honors General Chemistry - Spring 2017

Course syllabus and class notes for CHEM 3530 - Physical Chemistry for Life Sciences - Spring 2017

Research area: 
Computational Chemistry

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