Wright State University
College of Science and Mathematics

Department of Chemistry

202 Oelman Hall
(937) 775-2855
chemistry@wright.edu

Daniel Bombick, ph.d - vita


ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Wright State University

Education:

B.S., Wright State University, 1979, Chemistry

M.S., Wright State University, 1981, Chemistry

Thesis Title: Chemically Modified Teflon Tubing For Use in Gas Chromatographic Capillary Columns

Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1986, Analytical Chemistry

Thesis Title: The Use of Thermionic Emission Materials in Mass Spectrometry and Gas Chromatography

Professional Experience:

1986-1992, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Wright State University

1993-present, Assocate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Wright State University

Unpublished Papers Given at Professional Conferences

1. D.D. Bombick, J.E. DiNunzio, “Chemically Modified Teflon Capillary Columns for Gas Chromatography,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, 1979, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL.

2. D.D. Bombick, J.E. DiNunzio, “Evaluation of Chemically Modified Teflon Wall Coated Open Tubular Columns for Gas Chromatography,” Central and Great Lakes ACS Regional Meeting, May 20-22, 1981, Dayton, OH.

3. D.D. Bombick, J. Allison “Mass Spectrometric Studies of the Response Mechanisms of Thermionic GC Detectors,” The Pittsburgh Conference and Exposition, March 5-9, 1984, Atlantic City, NJ.

4. D.D. Bombick, J.D. Pinkston, M. Lombarski and J. Allison, “Metal Ion Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry – Recent Advances,” The Pittsburgh Conference and Exposition, March 5-9, 1984, Atlantic City, NJ.

5. D.D. Bombick and J. Allison, “Mass Spectral Studies of the Response Mechanisms of Thermionic GC Detectors,” Eleventh Annual Anachem Symposium, October 18,1984, Troy, MI.

6. D.D. Bombick and J. Allison, “A New Technique for Analysis of Nonvolatile Compounds by Mass Spectrometry Without Derivatization, “Eleventh Annual Anachem Symposium, October 18, 1984, Troy, MI.

7. D.D. Bombick, “Thermionic Emission Materials in Mass Spectrometry and Gas Chromatography, 19th Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium, Heuston Woods State Park, June 15-17, 1988.

8. N. Norchak-Morris and D.D. Bombick, “Investigating the Response Mechanism of the Gas Chromatographic Thermionic Ionization Detector,” ACS Dayton Section Poster Session, February, 1988.

9. N. Horchak-Morris, M. Ketcha and D.D. Bombick, “Recent Results Using Thermionic Emission Materials,” Midwest Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, November 3-5, 1988, East Lansing, MI.

10. M. Ketcha and D.D. Bombick, “Mass Spectrometric Studies of Polystyrenes Using Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS),” Seventh Annual Science Symposium, April 15, 1989, Central State University, Wilberforce, OH.

11. D.D. Bombick and M. Ketcha, “Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Polystyrenes Using Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS),” 1989 International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies, December 17-22, 1989, Honolulu, Hawaii.

12. Bela Nanavaty and D. Bombick,“Prediction of Retention Behavior in Coupled Gas Chromatographic Capillary Columns of Less Than 10 Meters in Length,” ACS Central Regional Meeting, Saginaw, MI, June 6-8, 1990.

13. Arati Patel and D. Bombick, “Response Factors of Some Monofunctional Nitrogen and Phosphorus Compounds in the Nitrogen/Phosphorus Gas Chromatographic Detector,” The Pittsburgh Conference and Exposition, March 4-8, 1991, Chicago, Illinois.

14. M.P. Serve' and D. Bombick, “Isolation and Identification of Metabolites of 2,5-Dimethylhexane From Fischer 344 Rats,” ACS National Meeting, April 14-19, 1991, Atlanta, GA.

15. M.K. Menster and D. Bombick, "The Use of Novel Liquid Crystalline Polysiloxane Stationary Phases in Gas Chromatography," The Pittsburgh Conference And Exposition, March 9-12, New Orleans, LA, 1992.

16. L.A. Trelli and D. Bombick, "Operation of the Nitrogen/Phosporus Detector (NPD) Under Reduced Pressures," The Pittsburgh Conference and Exposition, March 9-12, New Orleans, LA, 1992.

17. T.Bornhorst, C.Schultz, D.Bland, J.Stouffer, and D.Bombick, "How to Do Chemistry the "Wright Way", 205th National American Chemical Society Meeting, March 1993, Denver, CO.

18. T.Bornhorst, J.Stouffer, C.Zucker, D.Bland, T.Grinstead, M.Pielech, M.Ritchey, C.Schultz, and D.Bombick, "Chemistry is the Wright State to be in-Activities of the Chemistry Club at Wright State University," 207th National American Chemical Society Meeting, March 1994, San Diego, CA.

19. M.P. Serve’, D.D. Bombick, T.M. Baughman, B.M. Jarnot, M.Ketcha, D.R. Mattie, “Isolation and Identification of the Metabolites of n-Nonane in Male Fischer 344 Rats,” (paper no. 846) International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1995.

20. D.D. Bombick, A. Patel, E. Reno, L. Trelli-Seiffert, “Evaluating the Nitrogen/Phosphorus Gas Chromatographic Detector, 28th ACS Central Regional Meeting, Dayton, OH, June 9-12, 1996.

21. D.D. Bombick, A. Patel, E. Reno, L. Trelli-Seiffert, “Evaluating the Nitrogen/Phosphorus Gas Chromatographic Detector, 27th Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium, Oxford, OH, June 26-28, 1996

INVITED LECTURES

1. University of Cincinnati, March 1987, “Analysis of Nonvolatile Compounds by Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS)”

2. Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, October 1988, “Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS)”

3. Indiana State University, October 1988, “Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry”

4. Indiana University – Purdue University at Fort Wayne, November 1988, “Selective Gas Chromatographic Detectors”

5. Wilmington College, October 1989, “Selectivity and Gas Chromatographic Detectors”

6. M. Ketcha, D. Hensley and D. Bombick, “Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS): A Survey,” ACS Central Regional Meeting, Saginaw, MI, June 6-8, 1990.

7. D. Hensley and D. Bombick, “The Analysis of Selected Organic Salts Using Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS), NATO ASI Conference, Cetraro, Italy, June 17-29, 1990.

8. M. Ketcha and D. Bombick, “The Analysis of Polystyrenes Using the Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species (K+IDS),” NATO ASI Conference, Cetraro, Italy, June 17--29, 1990.

9. Wright State University, Department of Chemistry, March, 1991, “The Wonderful World of Thermionic Emission”

10. M. Ketcha, D. Hensley, D. Luttrell and D. Bombick “The Use of Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species in Mixture Analysis” to be presented at ACS National Meeting,

April 5-10, 1992, San Francisco, CA. [Invited by Division of Petroleum Chemistry]

11. D. Bombick, “Some Thoughts on Undergraduate Research,” ACS Midwest Regional Meeting, Akron, OH, March 1995.

Masters Theses Directed

1. “The Manufacture and Characterization of Thermionic Materials For Use in the Gas Chromatographic Thermionic Ionization Detector”, Naomi Horchak-Morris, 1989.

2. “Experimentation and Theory of Coupled Capillary Columns in Gas Chromatography” Bela Nanavaty, 1990.

3. “Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Selected Organic Salts By the Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species” Danny L. Hensley, 1990.

4. “Use of Poly [-Benzyl-L-Glutamate] As an Alignment Matrix for Organic Nonlinear Optical Materials”, Jennifer Jo Daugherty, 1990.

5. “The Evaluation of Response Factors in the Gas Chromatographic Nitrogen/Phosphorus Detector”, Arati Patel, 1990.

6. "The Use of Novel Liquid Crystalline Polysiloxanes as Stationary Phases in Capillary Gas Chromatograhy," Marian Kelly Menster, 1992.

7. "Further Investigations of the Nitrogen/Phosphorus Detector," Letithia Anna Trelli- Seiffert, 1992.

8. "Off-line Identification of Thermally Labile Compounds Separated By Thin Layer Chromatography Using Potassium Ionization of Desorbed Species," David Carl Luttrell, 1993.

9. "Optimization of the Standard Method of Detection of 4-Aminobiphenyl by Negative Ion Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry, and Investigation of a Method for the Negative Ion Chemical Ionization Detection of N-Nitrosodimethylamine," Gary Nelson Lavine, 1994.

10. "Preparation of Blood Samples for Aminobiphenyl-Hemoglobin Adduct: Determination and a Comparison of Earlier Investigations," Michelle Karen Pulver, 1994.

11. "Synthesis, Characterization and Evaluation of Liquid Crystalline Polysiloxane Stationary Phases in Capillary Gas Chromatography," Sungmee Yoon Kim, 1994.

12. “Mass Spectrometric Identification of Halon Replacement Compounds and Metabolites,” Marcia Ketcha, 1994.

13. “Study of Fuel Deposits Using Supercritical Fluid Extraction Followed by Gas Chromatographic Analysis Utilizing Flame Ionization and Atomic Emission Detection,” Stacey Locklear Jr., 1995.

14. “The Separation and Identification of Trace Heteroatomic Species in Jet Fuel By Sample Enrichment and Multidimensional Gas Chromatography With Mass Selective Detection,” Steven Anderson, 1995.

15. “Determination of Various Organosulfur Compounds in the Deposits of Thermally Stressed Jet Fuels by Various Extraction Methods,” Nathan Grebasch, 1997

16. “Analysis of Trace Organic Impurities in High Fructose Corn Syrup,” Max Alexander, Jr., 1997.

17. “Analysis of High Dextrose Corn Syrups Using Ultrasonic Extraction and Oxygenated Solvents,” Harmony Espen, 2000.

18. “Ultrasonic Assisted Soxhlet Extraction: A Novel Hybrid Extraction Technique,” Jennifer Davis, 2001

19. “The Optimized Separation of Direct Blue 199 Dye Using High-Performance Liquid Chromatography,” Nicole Ritchard, 2001.

CONSULTING

Cargill (Dayton, OH)

DAP, Inc. (Dayton, OH)

Fluidics, Inc. (Yellow Springs, OH)

Eurand America, Inc. (Vandalia, OH)

Aerotech Transparencies, Inc. (Waynesville, OH)

Duriron Co., Inc. (Dayton, OH)

DayChem (Miamisburg, OH)

Copeland Corporation (Sidney, OH)

Celsus Laboratories, Inc. (Cincinnati, OH)

The Scotts Company (Marysville, OH)

Haarmann & Reimer Corp. (Dayton, OH)

Proctor & Gamble Co. (Cincinnati, OH)

REVIEWING

1. Referee for the ACS-PRF Type B grants

2. various chapters for instrumental analysis textbooks

3. various chapters and books for introductory chemistry texts

4. reviewer – J. Chem. Ed.

SERVICE

Departmental Committees

Graduate Studies Committee

Ad Hoc Committee for 10-year Program Review Document (Co-Chair)

Safety

Long Range Planning

Co-op Students

Chair's Advisory Committee

Chemistry Club Advisor

College Committees

Area IV General Education Committee

Ad Hoc committee on Chemical Security

University Committees

Ad Hoc on Review of Electronics Shop

Chair – Chemical Hygiene Committee

Other

1. Operation and maintainence of the Chemistry Department's Elemental Analyzer (involved training of personnel) (until 1988)

2. Operation and maintainence of the Chemistry Department's GC/MS (involves training of personnel) (1988-present)

3. Operation and maintainence of various instruments in Department Resource Laboratory

4. Aide to various Mcintosh computer users in Chemistry Department

5. Developed and taught a basic chemistry course for laboratory technicians.

External Service Organizations

1. American Chemical Society, Treasurer 1988-1989 (Dayton Section) (Elected)

2. Society for Applied Spectroscopy, Councilor (1986-1987) (Ohio Valley Section)

(Elected)

3. Society for Applied Spectroscopy, Chair-Elect (1988) (Ohio Valley Section) (Elected)

4. Society for Applied Spectroscopy, Chair (1989-1990) (Ohio Valley Section) (Elected)

5. Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium, Executive Board (1987-present)

6. Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium (Session Chair) (1988)

7. Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium (Exhibitor Chair) (1990-present)

8. Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium (Secretary) (1996-1997)

9. Ohio Valley Chromatography Symposium (Chair) (1997-present)

10. ACS (National Analytical Awards Committee) (1996-1999)

Community Outreach and Other

1. Served on Review Panel for Research Competition at Ohio State University (1989)

2. Judging at Local Science Fairs

3. Organizer of the undergraduate symposium at both the Akron ACS Regional Meeting and the Dayton ACS Regional Meeting.


 

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