Phil Shevlin

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Phil Shevlin making atomic carbon

Professor Philip B. Shevlin is an American experimental chemist, based primarily at Auburn University.

Professor Shevlin is an internationally recognized research scientist. His special field of expertise is centered on the chemistry of high energy reactive intermediates. These intermediates include atomic carbon, carbenes, monovalent carbon species and other energetic molecules.

Professor Shevlin is also involved in the synthesis of a variety of carbocyclic and heterocyclic nucleoside analogs.

Curriculum vitae[edit]

  • 1965-1966 Research Associate, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • 1966-1968 U.S. Army
  • 1968-1970 Research Associate, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • 1970-1974 Assistant Professor, Auburn University
  • 1974-1979 Associate Professor, Auburn University
  • 1979 -1998 Professor, Auburn University
  • 1998- 2002 Mosley Professor of Science and Humanities, Auburn University
  • 2002- Professor Emeritus, Auburn university

Education[edit]

  • B. S. Lafayette College, Easton, PA, 1961
  • M. S. Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1963
  • Ph.D. Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1966

Books[edit]

  • Shevlin, P. B. and Campbell, O. A.. Concepts of Science; Kendall/Hunt: Dubuque, IA, 2nd Edition, 1995.
  • Shevlin, P. B.,Concepts of Science; Kendall/Hunt: Dubuque, IA, 1993.

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