B.S. (Chemical Engineering) 1995, National Technical University of
Ph.D. (Chemistry) 2004, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Teaching Interests: Physical Chemistry, General Chemistry
Research Interests: Gas phase electron diffraction,
molecular structure and dynamics, electrohydrodynamics of Newtonian fluids.
Selected Publications and Presentations:
- Bentenitis, N; Krause, S.: “Droplet Deformation of a Low Molecular Weight
System in an AC electric field” Langmuir (submitted).
- Bentenitis, N; Krause, S.: “Nobody’s Perfect: Even Dielectrics Conduct.
The Influence of Small Amounts of Ions in the Behavior of Polymer Blends in an
Electric Field”. 31st Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical
Society, Saratoga Springs NY, June 15-18 2003.
- Krause S., Li J., Bentenitis N.: “Polymer Alloys with Colloidal-Size
Phases Prepared in Electric Fields”. 225th ACS National Meeting of the
American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA, March 23-27 2003.
- Bentenitis, N; Krause, S.: “Observations of Phase Deformation of Monomeric
Systems in Electric Fields and Subsequent Polymerization” American Physical
Society March Meeting, Seattle, WA, March 12-16 2001.
- Bentenitis, N; Krause, S.: “Polymer-Containing Droplets in a Matrix ;
Dielectric Constant, Conductivity, and Electric Fields” Gordon Conference on
Polymer Physics, New London, CT, July 30-August 4 2000.
Asterisks indicate undergraduate student co-authors who
conducted their research in collaboration with a faculty member
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