Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Kansas State University
B.A. Chemistry, Manhattanville College
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Areas of Expertise:
Nanotechnology, inorganic and environmental chemistry, chemical magic
Courses I Teach:
- General Chemistry I and II
- Inorganic Chemistry
Nanostructured materials for upgrading biomaterials into transportation fuels. Synthesis of water stable solid base catalysts.
David Heroux, associate professor of chemistry, is co-author with 12 other researchers on a paper, “Real-time monitoring of the deactivation of HZSM-5 during upgrading of pine pyrolysis vapors,” published in the March issue of the journal Green Chemistry (2014,16, 1444-1461). David also presented an invited research talk at SUNY Binghamton on February 28, titled, "Production of biofuels from biomass via upgrading pyrolysis oils and vapors over nanostructured metal oxides.” And he presented a chemical magic show on campus with students from the Saint Michael’s American Chemical Society student affiliates chapter to kids in the DREAM program. (March 2014)
Co-author on paper accepted to the journal Green Chemistry. "Real-time monitoring of the deactivation of HZSM-5 during upgrading of pine pyrolysis vapors" Selected to American Chemical Society's 2015 General Chemistry Conceptual Exam writing committee. Organized a Symposium "Nanotechnology in Undergraduate Education" for the 2014 ACS National Meeting in Dallas, Texas.