Klaus Woelk

Interim Chairman and Associate Professor

142A Schrenk Hall
321A Schrenk Hall
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, MO 65409-0010
(573) 341-4420
(573) 341-4432
Fax: (573) 341-6033
 
University of Bonn-PhD, Physical Chemistry, 1991
University of Bonn-MSc, Chemistry, 1988
University of Bonn-BS, Chemistry, 1984 
SPECIALIZATION

Physical Chemistry

RESEARCH INTERESTS
  • In situ hightemperature and high-pressure NMR spectroscopy 
  • Chemical reactions in supercritical fluids
  • Toroidal cavity rotating-frame NMR microscopy 
  • Chromatographic and rheological NMR

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SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Thomas E. Skinner, Michael Braun, Klaus Woelk, Naum I. Gershenzon, and Steffen J. Glaser, "Design and application of robust rf pulses for toroid cavity NMR spectroscopy," Journal of Magnetic Resonance, 209(2), 282-290 (2011).

Thomas E. Skinner, Michael Braun, Klaus Woelk, Naum I. Gershenzon, and Steffen J. Glaser, "Design and application of robust rf pulses for toroid cavity NMR spectroscopy," arXiv.org, e-Print Archive, Quantum Physics, arXiv:1011.6258v1 [quant-ph], 1-32 (2010).

Klaus Woelk, "Matching element symbols with state abbreviations: a fun activity for browsing the periodic table of chemical elements," Journal of Chemical Education, 86(10), 1205-1207 (2009).

Klaus Woelk, "Optimizing the use of personal response devices (clickers) in large-enrollment introductory courses," Journal of Chemical Education, 85, 1400-1405 (2008).

Heiko G. Niessen, Klaus Woelk, "Investigations in supercritical fluids," Topics in Current Chemistry, 276 (In Situ NMR Methods in Catalysis), 69-110 (2007).

Thorsten Jonischkeit, Ute Bommerich, Joerg Stadler, Klaus Woelk, Heiko G. Niessen, Joachim Bargon, "Generating long-lasting 1H and 13C hyperpolarization in small molecules with parahydrogen-induced polarization," Journal of Chemical Physics, 124, 201109/1-201109/5 (2006).

Alexander W. Kluwer, Tehila S. Koblenz, Thorsten Jonischkeit, Klaus Woelk, Cornelis J. Elsevier, "Kinetic and Spectroscopic Studies of the [Palladium(Ar-bian)]-Catalyzed Semi-Hydrogenation of 4-Octyne," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 127, 15470-15480 (2005).