William E. Acree, Jr. | Department of Chemistry

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William E. Acree, Jr.

Professor, Associate Chair and Undergraduate Advisor
(940) 565-3543
CHEM 162
Chemical Separations; Solution Chemistry; Chemical Equilibria
Analytical and physical application of gas-liquid chromatography; solubility in complex systems; thermodynamics of organic functional groups in aqueous and nonaqueous solutions; spectroscopic properties of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; lyotropic liquid crystals.


Development of linear free energy relationships and quantitative structure-property relationships for describing chemical and biological processes involving solute transfer between two phases. Derived correlations further our understanding of solute-solvent interactions in fluid solution.

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