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Stuart Gentry, Associate Professor
Holroyd Hall 329
J.D., 2009, Temple University Beasley School of Law
Ph.D., 1983, Chemistry, University of Michigan
M.S., 1982, Physics, University of Michigan
M.S., 1980, Chemistry, University of Michigan
B.A., 1978, Colorado College
Areas of Interest
Colloids and nanotechnology, with a focus on the formation, surface interactions and stability of metallic nanoparticles suspended in aqueous systems.
S.T. Gentry, M.W. Bezpalko, “Particle Reformation in Small Anisotropic Silver Nanocolloids,” ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting, Wilmington, DE, 2010.
S.T. Gentry, M.W. Bezpalko, “Surface Plasmon Response for Anisotropic Silver Particles with Dimensions Below the Electrostatic Limit,” J. Phys. Chem. C 2010, 114, 6989.
S.T. Gentry, S.J. Fredericks, R. Krchnavek, “Controlled Particle Growth of Silver Sols through the Use of Hydroquinone as a Selective Reducing Agent,” Langmuir 2009, 25, 2613.
S.T. Gentry, S.D. Levit, "Stochastic Control: Transition from Differentiated to Undifferentiated Kinetic Growth in Ag Nanoprisms," J. Phys. Chem. C 2009, 113, 12007.
S.T. Gentry, S.F. Kendra, M.W. Bezpalko, "Ostwalt Ripening in Metallic Nanoparticles, Stochastic Kinetics", J. Phys. Chem, C 2011, 115, 12786.