Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

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chemistry@wright.edu

Daniel Bombick, ph.d - publications


Recent Publications:

Scholarly Publications Reviewed

1. D.D.Bombick, J.E.DiNunzio, "Chemically Modified Teflon Wall-Coated Open Tubular Columns for Gas Chromatography," Chromatographia, 1981, 14, 19.

2. J.E.DiNunzio, D.D.Bombick, G.Doebler, "Chemically Modified Teflon Capillary Columns for Gas Chromatography II. Solid Surface Effects in Direct Coated Columns," Chromatographia, 1982, 15, 641.

3. D.D.Bombick, J.D.Pinkston, J. Allison, "Potassium Ion Chemical Ionization and Other Uses of an Alkali Thermionic Emitter in Mass Spectrometry," Anal. Chem. 1984, 56, 396.

4. D.D. Bombick, J. Allison, "Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometric Technique for the Analysis of Thermally Labile Compounds Based on Thermionic Emissive Materials," Anal. Chem. 1987, 59, 458.

5. D.D. Bombick, J. Allison, "Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Polymers with Potassium-ion Ionization of Desorbed Species," Analytica Chemica Acta, 1988, 208, 99.

6. D.D. Bombick, J. Allison, "Investigations Into the Response Mechanism of the Gas Chromatograhic Thermionic Ionization Detector Part I. Mass Spectral Studies", J. Chromatogr. Sci., 1989, 27, 612.

7. M. P. Serve', D. Bombick, J. Roberts, G. McDonald, D. Mattie, "The Metabolism of 2,5- Dimethylhexane in Male Fischer 344 Rats", Chemosphere, 1991, 22, 77-84.

8. M.P.Serve', D.Bombick, J.Clemens, G.A. McDonald, D.R. Mattie, "The Metabolism of 2- Methylheptane in Male Fischer 344 Rats", Chemosphere, 1992, 24, 517.

9. M.P. Serve', D.D. Bombick, J.M. Clemens, G.A. McDonald, C.J. Hixson, D.R. Mattie, "The Metabolism of 3-Methylheptane in Male 344 Fischer Rats," Chemosphere, 1993, 26, 1667.

10. M.P. Serve’, D.D. Bombick, T.M. Baughman, B.M. Jarnot, M. Ketcha, D.R. Mattie, “The Metabolism of n-Nonane in Male Fischer Rats,” Chemosphere, 1995, 31, 2661.

Scholarly Publications in Official Proceedings (N)

1. B.Ackermann, J. Allison, B.Musselman, D.Pinkston, D.D.Bombick, G.Dolnikowski, A.Tsarbopoulos, J.T.Watson, "The Use of Thermionic Emission Glasses in Chemical Ionization and Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry," 31st Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 8-13, 1983, Boston, MA.

2. D.D. Bombick, "Analysis of Nonvolatile Compounds Using an Alkali Thermionic Emitter," 32nd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 27-June 1, 1984, San Antonio, TX.

3. D.D. Bombick, J. Allison, "Mass Spectral Studies of the Response Mechanisms of Thermionic GC Detectors," 33rd Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 26-31, 1985, San Diego, CA.

4. D.D. Bombick, D. Kassel and J. Allison, “A New Technique For the Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Thermally Labile Compounds,” Proceeding of the 34th Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 8-13, 1986, Cincinnati, OH, p. 632.

5. D. Kassel, D.D. Bombick, K. Light and J. Allison, “Advantages and Limitations of �tch” Mass Spectrometric Methods For Mixture Analysis,” Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, June 8-13, 1986, Cincinnati, OH p. 736.

6. D. Hensley and D.D. Bombick, “K+IDS Analysis of Several Organic Salts and a Comparison of the Results to Other Desorption/Ionization Methods,” Proceedings of the 39th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 19-24, 1991, Nashville, TN, p. 324.

7. A. Patel, E. Reno and D.D. Bombick, “The Measurement of Work Functions of Several Alkali Aluminosilicates in Various Chemical Environments,” Proceeding of the 39th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, May 19-24, 1991, Nashville, TN, p. 1149.

8. M.K. Menster, D.D. Bombick, D.B. Flora, T.J. Bunning, H.E. Klei, and R.L. Crane, "Liquid Crystalline Copolymers in Capillary Gas Chromatography", Polymer Preprints, Vol. 33, No. 1, April 1992, pp 1150-1151.

9. L.V. Natarajan, Sungmee Kim, D.D. Bombick, and T.J. Bunning, “Synthesis, Characterization and Performance of Liquid Crystalline Polysiloxanes in Capillary Gas Chromatography:, Polymer Preprints, Vol. 36, No. 1, April 1995, pp. 381-382.

Book Reveiws

1. “Gas Chromatography” J.E. Willet, author, John Wiley & Sons (Analytical Chemistry by Open Learning Series)

2. “Principles of Instrumental Analysis” D.A. Skoog, author, Saunders College Publishing

3. Chemistry”, a proposed textbook by S S. Zumbdahl, D.C. Heath and Company

Grants and Contracts

1. ACS-PRF (1988-1990), The Use of Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species for the Analysis of Polyesters ($18,000)

2. WSU Research Incentive (1989-1990), Investigating the Response Mechanism of the Gas Chromatographic Thermionic Ionization Detector ($4,000)

3. WSU Research Challenge (1989-1991), The Use of Thermionic Emission Materials in Mass Spectrometry and Gas Chromatography ($20,000)

4. WSU Research Travel Award (June 1990), Travel to attend NATO Advanced Study Institute in Cetraro, Italy.

5. NSF–ILI Fund, “Implementation of Polarography and Voltammetry in Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratories” ($28,000) (Rejected)

6. Various Small Awards by Industries (see list under Consulting) (approximately$4500)

7. NSFILI Fund, “Implementation of Polarography and Voltammetry in Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratories,” ($14,000) (Rejected)

8. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, "Analysis of 4-Aminobiphenyl adduct in Human Blood," ($44,000)

9. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, "Analysis of 4-Aminobiphenyl adduct in Human Blood," ($4300 extension)

10. Haarman & Reimer Corporation, “Analysis of Low-Level Impurities in High Fructose Corn Syrup”, ($12,500) (rejected)

11. Research Initiation Proposal (WSU) “The Development of a Novel Extraction Method For Chemical Analysis”, ($7993) (rejected)

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