|Dr. Anthony J. Borgerding|
Courses Taught: (Information on all UST Courses is on The UST Blackboard Site)
* Currently teaching
- Chem 111, General Chemistry I
- Chem 112, General Chemistry II
- Chem 115, Accelerated General Chemistry*
- Chem 300, Quantitative Analysis
Analytical Chemistry. Instrumental Development, Environmental and Biomedical Applications in the Areas of High Speed Chromatographic Measurements, Rapid Extractions, Mass Spectrometry, and other Selective Detectors.
Research Students: (Link)
Selected Publications: (Complete List)
- “Selective Detection of Volatile Aromatic Compounds Using a Novel Laser Ionization Detectro with Fast Gas Chromatography” Melissa J. Meyer, Gregg M. Schieffer, Eric K. Moeker, Jeremy J. Brodersen, Orven F. Swenson, and Anthony J. Borgerding, Analytical Chemistry, 2004,
- “Evaluation of the Pulsed Discharge Helium Ionization Detector (PDHID) for the Analysis of Hydrogen and Methane in Breath” Mark T. Roberge, John W. Finley, Henry C. Lukaski, and Anthony J. Borgerding. Journal of Chromatography A, 2004, 1027, 19-23.
- “Monitoring Biodegradation of VOCs using High-Speed Gas Chromatography with a Dual Point Sampling System” Robert W. Current, Evguenii I. Kozliak, and Anthony J. Borgerding. Environmental Science and Technology, 2001, 35, 1452-1457.
- “Real-Time Analysis of Methanol in Air and Water by Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometry” Todd M. Allen, Travis M. Falconer, Mary E. Cisper, Anthony J. Borgerding, and Charles W. Wilkerson, Jr. Analytical Chemistry, 2001, 73, 4830-4835.
Educational Background: (More Info)
B.S. Chemistry 1988 University of Minnesota-Duluth
Ph. D. Analytical Chemistry 1993 Indiana University
Postdoctoral Fellowship: Los Alamos National Laboratory 1994-1996