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mark g.bradley, phd, associate professor

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Mark G. Bradley PhD

Associate Professor

  • PhD Inorganic Chemistry 1978

    Pennsylvania State University--University Park (PA)

  • CHEM 145-148 General Chemistry I and II Lecture and Laboratory

  • CHEM 105/106 General, Organic, and Biochemistry Lecture and Laboratory

  • CHEM 375 Inorganic Chemistry

My research interests include a wide range of topics in inorganic and organometallic chemistry. For several years, I have been investigating inorganic compounds such as amine-boranes for their ability to store and deliver hydrogen for use in fuel-cell powered automobiles.

I have also published work involving the synthesis of boranes and carboranes in ionic liquids and the production by chemical vapor deposition of boron nitride nanotubes from borazine. These projects stem from my interest in inorganic materials with unusual chemical and physical properties.

Selected Publications

  • Kim, M. J., Chatterjee, S., Kim, S.M., Stach, E.A., Bradley, M.G., Pender, M.J., Sneddon, L.G., & Maruyama, B. (2008). Double-walled boron nitride nanotubes grown by floating catalyst chemical vapor deposition. Nano Lett., 8(10), 3298.

  • Bluhm, M.E., Bradley, M.G., Butterick, III, R., Kusari U., & Sneddon, L.G. (2006). Amineborane-based chemical hydrogen storage: Enhanced ammonia borane dehydrogenation in ionic liquids. Journal of American Chemical Society, 128, 7748.

  • Li, Y., Kusari, U., Carroll, P.J., Bradley, M.G., & Sneddon, L.G. (2006). Polyborane reactions in ionic liquids. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 78, 1349.

American Chemical Society (ACS), Middle Atlantic Association of Liberal Arts Chemistry Teachers (MAALACT)