John Dahler

John Dahler

Professor Emeritus
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  • B.S., Chemistry, University of Wichita, 1951
  • M.S., Physical Chemistry, University of Wichita, 1952
  • Ph.D., Theoretical Chemistry, University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1955

Selected Publications

  • Non-Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics of Chemically Reactive Fluide (with L. Qin), J. Chem. Phys. 118, 8396 (2003).
  • Complexation in Dense Gases: Concentrations of Argon Monomers, Dimer's and Trimers (with P.S. Dovidi), J. Mol. Phys. (in press 2003).
  • The Role of Self Similarity in Renormalization Group Theory (with A. R. Altenberger) Adv. Chem. Phys. 123, 267 (2002).
  • On the Asymptotic Behavior of the Photon Propagator in Quantum Electrodynamics (with A. R. Altenberger) Inter. J. Mod. Phys. A17, 279 (2002).
  • The Classical Partiticion Function of a Bound Three-Particle Cluster, J. Mol. Phys. 99, 1563 (2001).
  • Self Similarity, Scaling and Renormalization Theory used to Generate Equations of State for Hard-Particle Fluids (with A. R. Altenberger) Polish J. Chem. 75, 601 (2001).
  • Functional Self Similarity, Scaling and a Renormalization Group Calculation of the Partition Function for a Non-Ideal Chain (with A. R. Altenberger and J. I. Siepmann) Physica A289, 107 (2001).
  • One-Dimensional Ising Model for Spin Systems or Finite Size (with A. Altenberger) Adv. Chem. Phys. 112, 337 (2000).
  • Viscosity of Electrostatically Stabilized Dispersions of Spherical Colloid Particles with E. Wajnryb) J. Coll. Interf. Sci. 217, 249 (1999).
  • Viscosity of Polymerically Stabilized Dispersions of Spherical Colloid Particals (with E. Wajnryb) J. Coll. Interf. Sci. 217, 259 (1999).
  • A Renormalization Group Calculation of the Swelling Factor for a Non-Ideal, Randomly Jointed Polymer Chain (with A. R. Altenberger) Physica A272, 22 (1999).

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