Terry S. Carlton,
Emeritus Professor, (at Oberlin 1963-2001) retired in 2001
- Bachelor of Science, Duke University
- Doctor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley
Research Interests: thermodynamics of water and aqueous solutions; quantum theory. My goal is to understand causes of hydrophobic effects, especially thermodynamic ones, associated with the dissolving of nonpolar molecules in water.
Taught: Physical Chem, General Chem
- T.S. Carlton, "Using Heat Capacity and Compressibility To Choose among Two-State Models of
Liquid Water", J. Chem. Phys. B, 2007, 111, 13398-13403
- T.S. Carlton, "Why the Lower-Energy Term of Singlet Dioxygen Has a Doubly Occupied π* Orbital," J. Chem. Edu., 2006, 83 (3), 477.
- T.S. Carlton, "Choosing and Searching", Oberlin Alumni Mag., Spring 2004, 99 (4), 11.
- T.S. Carlton, T.N. Nguyen*, "Orbital-based Interpretation of Electron Density Differences in Ne2 and Polarized Ne and Ne6+", J. Phys. Chem. A, 1999, 103, 8870-8874.