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Dr. Wagner

Dr. Wagner


Dr. Timothy R. Wagner,  Chair and Professor    Inorganic / Solid State
330-941-1960
e-mail: trwagner@ysu.edu
WBSH 5034

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B.S.: University of Wisconsin at River Falls, 1981

Ph.D.: Arizona State University, 1986

Postdoctoral: Northwestern University, 1988-1990

Research Interests:  Synthesis and structural characterization of mixed-anion inorganic materials; preparation and characterization of novel ceramic-metallic interpenetrating phase composites


Recent Publications:

M. Al-Azzawi, M. Zeller, D. Li, T.R. Wagner, “Crystal Chemistry of Ordered Rocksalt-type Ca2NF”, J. Solid State Chem., 254, 126-131 (2017).

K. Myers, P. Cortes, T.  Wagner, B. Hetzel, K.M. Peters, “Structure Property Relationship of Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams Manufactured by a Binder Jet Printing Process”, Additive Manufacturing, 5, 54-59 (2015).

A. Yurcho, K-M. Peters, B. Hetzel, M. Zeller, T.R. Wagner, and V.C. Solomon, “Structural and compositional investigations of ceramic-metal composites produced by reactive metal penetration in molten Al and Al-Fe alloys”, Ceramic Transactions, 234, 211-222 (2012).

E. Ramachandran, P. Kalaivani, R. Prabhakaran, M. Zeller, J.H. Bartlett, P.O. Adero, T.R. Wagner, K. Natarajan, “Synthesis, characterization, crystal structure and DNA binding studies of Pd(II) complexes containing thiosemicarbazone and triphenylphosphine/triphenylarsine”, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 385, 94-99 (2012).

E. Ramachandran, D.S. Raja, J.L. Mike, T.R. Wagner, M. Zeller, K. Natarajan, “Evaluation on the role of terminal N-substitution in 6-methoxy-2-oxo-1,2-dihydroquinoline-3-carbaldehyde thiosemicarbazones on the biological properties of new water soluble nickel(II) complexes”, Royal Society of Chemistry Advances, 2(22), 8515-8525 (2012).

Solomon, V.C., Peters, K.M., Hetzel, B., and Wagner, T.R., “Characterization of structure evolution in aged Al2O3/SiC composite refractories by electron microscopy” Microscopy and Microanalysis 16(Suppl. 2), 2010, 946-947.