Louis Biolsi, Jr.



Professor Emeritus

biolsi@mst.edu

Ph.D., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Specialization:

Theoretical Chemistry

Research Interests:

The kinetic theory of polyatomic gases, especially at high temperatures; practical thermophysical property calculations associated with atmospheric chemistry; accurate thermophysical calculations for small molecules.

 

Selected Publications:

L. Biolsi, P. M. Holland, "The Transport Properties of Sodium Atoms and the Heat Capacity of Sodium Dimers at High Temperatures," Int. J. Thermophys., 31(4-5), 831-843 (2010).

L. Biolsi, P. M. Holland, "Theoretical Calculation of the Low-Density Transport Properties of Monatomic Silver Vapor," Int. J. Thermophys., 28(3), 835-845 (2007).

L. Biolsi, P. M. Holland, "High Temperature Transport Properties of Dilute Nitrogen Atoms," Int. J. Thermophys., 25(4), 1063-1073 (2004).

 L. Biolsi, P. M. Holland, "Thermodynamic properties of oxygen molecules at high temperatures," Int. J. Thermophys., 17(1), 191-200 (1996).

R. Phair, L. Biolsi, P. M. Holland, "Thermodynamic properties of nitrogen molecules at high temperatures," Int. J. Thermophys., 11(1), 201-11 (1990).