Dr. Nicholas R. Beller, Associate Professor
Undergraduate Work: B.S. Chemistry, University of Florida, 1967.
Graduate Work: M.S. Chemistry, University of New Mexico, 1975.
Doctoral Work: Ph.D. in Chemistry, University of New Mexico, 1976.
Past Research: Photochemical syntheses of 2-stilbazotes (Ph.D. work), synthesis of a novel steroid and indinopyrene (post-doctorate), synthesis of fetene dimethyl dithioacetal-a formylmethyl synthon, a full circle synthesis of p-methylthiobenzaldehyde.
Hobbies: Gem and mineral collecting. Lapidary work. Silversmithing, woodworking, and metal working. Designing and building "GIZMOS".
What Influenced you to study Chemistry: A series of excellent professors at the University of Florida kindled my interest in chemistry. I absolutely fell in love.
Department of Chemistry
Nierman Hall, N117
MSC Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
This page was last updated on: August 21, 2012