Tim Marin, Ph.D.

   Professor, Chemistry
   Physics Lab Coordinator

BenU faculty since 2003
Ph.D. Northwestern University (2001)
M.S. Northwestern University (1997)
B.S. Benedictine University (1996)

Courses Taught
Classical Thermodynamics, Quantum and Statistical Mechanics, Molecular Dynamics and Kinetics, Physical Chemistry Laboratory, General Chemistry, General Chemistry Laboratory, Computational Modeling of Physical and Chemical Principles

Awards and Recognition:

  • College of Science Dean's Award for Leadership, 2014
  • Benedictine University Distinguished Faculty Award for Research, 2009
  • College of Science Dean's Award for Research, 2008


Research Area
radiation chemistry, spectroscopy, photophysics, electron-transfer processes, chemical and physical properties of water

Current Research Projects:
Project 1:  Due to their uniquely beneficial properties as combinatorially flexible solvents, hydrophobic room-temperature ionic liquids are presently being considered as replacements for molecular diluents in "wet" processing of nuclear waste for advanced fuel cycles. To realize this great promise, these diluents need to be made resistant to ionizing radiation generated by decaying radionuclides. This requires suppression of bond fragmentation that occurs in electronically excited ions. We are examining the radiation chemistry of ionic liquids using flash photolysis and pulse radiolysis techniques at Argonne National Laboratory.

Project 2:  Above the critical point, water is thought to exist as a dynamic system consisting of single water molecules and nanoclusters of dimers, trimers, etc., and the electronic states of these various species are highly energetically sensitive to the local hydrogen bonding structure. We are studying the vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy of the lowest-lying electronic state of sub- and supercritical water to glean information on changes to the hydrogen bonding environment as a function of temperature and density. We have designed a unique high-sensitivity vacuum ultraviolet absorption experiment at the Synchrotron Radiation Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, to probe these changes directly, and are doing so from room temperature up to supercritical conditions, and then as a function of density for supercritical water.

Current Research Collaborators:

  • Ilya A. Shkrob, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Ireneusz Janik, Notre Dame Radiation Laboratory

Research Grants and Funding:

  1. Ultraviolet Absorption of the Lowest-Lying Electronic State in High-Temperature and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin.  National Science Foundation Research in Undergraduate Institutions, $74,598, 2008 – 2011.
  2. Ultraviolet Absorption of the Lowest-Lying Electronic State in High-Temperature and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin.  Research Corporation Cottrell College Science Awards, $42,652, 2009 – 2012.


Proressional Activities:
Member, American Chemical Society and American Physical Society
Board of Directors, American Chemical Society, Chicago Section
Past NSF reviewer for Chemical Structure, Dynamics, and Mechanisms program
Past reviewer for the following journals:

  • Journal of Physical Chemistry
  • Chemical Physics Letters
  • Physical Review Letters
  • Research in Scientific Instruments
  • Radiation Chemistry and Physics


Current and Former Research Students:

  • Bohdan B. Khomtchouk, 2013, Physics
  • Kenneth A. McDonald, 2011, Chemistry
  • Mohammad Arfeen, 2011, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Ana Kiricova, 2011, Chemistry
  • Rama Wahood, 2010, Health Science
  • Michael J. Krolikiewicz, 2009, Chemical Engineering
  • Asif Kamal, 2009, Chemistry
  • Amanda L. Pedersen, 2008, Chemistry
  • Kushal D. Shah, 2006, Biochemistry
  • Robert L. Maynard, 2006, Physics
  • Rajat Nanda, 2006, Chemistry
  • Mary D. Musielak, 2004, Chemistry
  • Justin Van Gundy, 2004, Chemistry/Physics

Recent Publications

  • Design of an Ultrashort Optical Transmission Cell for Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Supercritical Fluids.  Ireneusz Janik and Timothy W. Marin.  Review of Scientific Instruments, 2015, 86, 015102.
  • Manganese in Graphite Anode and Capacity Fade in Li-Ion Batteries.  Ilya A. Shkrob, A. Jeremy Kropf, Timothy W. Marin, Yan Li, Oleg G. Poluektov, Jens Niklas, and Daniel P. Abraham.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014, 118, 24335-24348.
  • Radiation Induced Reactions and Fragmentation in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, and James. F. Wishart.  in Applications of EPR in Radiation Research, Anders Lund and Masuru Shiotani, eds. Springer, Ltd.: 2014, 453-485.
  • Stability of Cations is Ionic Liquids. 5. Task-Specific Ionic Liquids Consisting of Biocompatible Cations and the Puzzle of Radiation Hypersensitivity.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, James F. Wishart, and David C. Grills.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2014, 118, 10477–10492.
  • Why Bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide Is a “Magic Anion” for Electrochemistry.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Ye Zhu, and Daniel P. Abraham.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014, 118, 19661-19671.
  • Charge Trapping in Photovoltaically Active Perovskites and Related Halogenoplumbate Compounds.  Ilya A. Shkrob and Timothy W. Marin.   Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2014, 5, 1066-1071.
  • Ionic Liquid Based Separations of Trivalent Lanthanide and Actinide Ions.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, and Mark P. Jensen.  Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 2014, 53, 3641-3653.
  • Radiation Stability of Cations in Ionic Liquids. 4. Task-Specific Antioxidant Cations for Nuclear Separations and Photolithography.  Ilya A. Shkrob and Timothy W. Marin.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2013, 117, 14797-14807.
  • Radiation Stability of Cations in Ionic Liquids. 3. Cyclical Guanidinium Cations.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Huimin Luo, and Sheng Dai.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2013, 117, 14400-14407.
  • Radiation Stability of Cations in Ionic Liquids. 2. Improved Radiation Resistance Through Charge Delocalization in 1-Benzylpyridinium.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Jasmine L. Hatcher, Andrew R. Cook, Tomasz Szreder, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2013, 117, 14385-14399.
  • Radiation Stability of Cations in Ionic Liquids. 1. Alkyl and Benzyl Derivatives of 5-Membered Ring Heterocycles.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Huimin Luo, and Sheng Dai.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2013, 117, 14372-14384.
  • Mechanistic Insight in the Protective Action of Bis(oxalato)borate and Difluoro(oxalate)borate Anions in Li-Ion Batteries.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Ye Zhu, Timothy W. Marin, and Daniel Abraham.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2013, 117, 23750-23756.
  • Reduction of Carbonate Electrolytes and the Formation of Solid-Electrolyte Interface (SEI) in Lithium Batteries. 2. Radiolytically Induced Polymerization of Ethylene Carbonate.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Ye Zhu, Timothy W. Marin, and Daniel P. Abraham.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2013, 117, 19270-19279.
  • Reduction of Carbonate Electrolytes and the Formation of Solid-Electrolyte Interface (SEI) in Lithium Batteries. 1. Spectroscopic Observations of Radical Intermediates Generated in One-Electron Reduction of Carbonates.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Ye Zhu, Timothy W. Marin, and Daniel P. Abraham.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2013, 117, 19255-19269.
  • A Vacuum Ultraviolet Filtering Monochromator for Synchrotron-Based Spectroscopy.  Ireneusz Janik and Timothy W. Marin. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors, and Associated Equipment, 698, 2013, 11, 44-48.
  • Toward Radiation-Resistant Ionic Liquids. Radiation Stability of Sulfonyl Imide Anions.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Sergey D. Chemerisov, Jasmine Hatcher, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2012, 116, 9043-9055.
  • Heteroatom-Transfer Coupled Photoreduction and Carbon Dioxide Fixation on Metal Oxides.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Nada M. Dimitrijevic, Timothy W. Marin, Haying He, and Peter Zapol.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012, 116, 9461-9471.
  • Photoredox Reactions and the Catalytic Cycle for CO2 Fixation and Methanogenesis on Metal Oxides.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Haying He, and Peter Zapol.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2012, 116, 9450-9460.
  • Radiation-Induced Fragmentation of Diamide Extraction Agents in Ionic Liquid Diluents.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Jason R. Bell, Huimin Luo, Sheng Dai, Jasmine L. Hatcher, R. Dale Rimmer, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2012, 116, 2234-2243.
  • Electron Localization and Radiation Chemistry of Amides.  Ilya A. Shkrob and Timothy W. Marin.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2012, 116, 1746-1757.
  • Radiation and Radical Chemistry of NO3-, HNO3, and Dialkylphosphoric Acids in Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2011, 115, 10927-10942.
  • Surface-Modified, Collapsible, Controlled-Pore Glass Materials for Sequestration and Immobilization of Trivalent Metal Ions.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Angela R. Tisch, Timothy W. Marin, John V. Muntean, Michael D. Kaminski, and A. Jeremy Kropf.  Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 2011, 50, 4686-4696.
  • Hydrogen-Bonding Interactions and Protic Equilibria in Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Containing Crown Ethers.  Timothy W. Marin, Ilya A. Shkrob, and Mark L. Dietz.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2011, 115, 3912-3918.
  • On the Radiation Stability of Crown Ethers in Ionic Liquids.  Ilya A. Shkrob and Timothy W. Marin.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2011, 115, 3903-3911.
  • Radiation-Induced Redox Reactions and Fragmentation of Constituent Ions in Ionic Liquids.  II. Imidazolium Cations.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Sergey D. Chemerisov, Jasmine Hatcher, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2011, 115, 3889-3902.
  • Radiation-Induced Redox Reactions and Fragmentation of Constituent Ions in Ionic Liquids.  I. Anions.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and James F. Wishart.  Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2011, 115, 3872-3888.
  • Mechanistic Aspects of Photooxidation of Polyhydroxylated Molecules on Metal Oxides.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and Michael D. Sevilla.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2011, 115, 4642-4648.
  • Extraction and Reductive Stripping of Pertechnetate from Spent Nuclear Fuel Waste Streams.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Dominique C. Stepinski, George F. Vandegrift, III, John V. Muntean, and Mark L. Dietz.  Separation Science and Technology, 2011, 46, 357-368.
  • Photooxidation of Nucleic Acids on Metal Oxides: Physicochemical and Astrobiological Perspectives.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Amitava Adhikary, and Michael D. Sevilla.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2011, 115, 3393-3403.
  • Photocatalytic Decomposition of Carboxylated Organic Molecules and Biomarkers on Light-Exposed Martian Regolith and Its Relation to Methane Production on Mars.  Ilya A. Shkrob, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and Timothy W. Marin.  Astrobiology, 10, 2010, 425-436.
  • Carbonate Radical Formation in Radiolysis of Sodium Carbonate and Bicarbonate Solutions up to 250 °C and the Mechanism of Its Second-Order Decay.  Kyle S. Haygarth, Timothy W. Marin, Ireneusz Janik, Kotchaphan Kanjana, Christopher M. Stanisky, and David M. Bartels.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 114, 2010, 2142-2150.
  • Electron Solvation by Clustered H-Bond Complexes of Water with Tri-n-Butylphosphate.  Ilya A. Shkrob and Timothy W. Marin.  Chemical Physics Letters, 465, 2008, 234-237.
  • Recombination of the Hydrated Electron at High Temperature and Pressure in Hydrogenated, Alkaline Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Kenji Takahashi, Charles D. Jonah, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and David M. Bartels.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111, 2007, 11540-11551.
  • Reaction of O2 with the Hydrogen Atom in Water up to 350 °C.  Ireneusz Janik, David M. Bartels, Timothy W. Marin, and Charles D. Jonah.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 111, 2007, 79-88.
  • Temperature and density dependence of the light and heavy water ultraviolet absorption edge.  Timothy W. Marin, Kenji Takahashi, and David M. Bartels.  Journal of Chemical Physics, 125, 2006, 104314.
  • Pulse Radiolysis of Supercritical Water III. Spectrum and Thermodynamics of the Hydrated Electron.  David M. Bartels, Kenji Takahashi, Jason A. Cline, Timothy W. Marin, and Charles D. Jonah.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 109, 2005, 1299-1307.
  • Reaction of Hydrogen Atoms with Hydroxide Ions in High-Temperature and Pressure Water.  Timothy W. Marin, David M. Bartels, and Charles D. Jonah.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 109, 2005, 1843-1848.
  • Evaluation of Silica-Coated Tubing for the Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide in Hot Water.  Timothy W. Marin and David M. Bartels. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 43, 2004, 1888-1889.
  • Reaction Rates of Hydrated Electrons with N2O in High-Temperature Water and Potential Surface of the N2O- Anion.  Kenji Takahashi, Shintaro Ohgami, Yasushi Koyama, Sadashi Sawamura, Timothy W. Marin, David M. Bartels, and Charles D. Jonah.  Chemical Physics Letters, 383, 2004, 445-450.
  • Reaction of OH• with H2 in Sub-Critical Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Charles D. Jonah, and David M. Bartels.  Chemical Physics Letters, 371, 2003, 144-149.
  • Pulse Radiolysis Studies of Supercritical Water II.  Reaction of Nitrobenzene with Hydrated Electrons and Hydroxyl Radicals.  Timothy W. Marin, Jason A. Cline, Charles D. Jonah, David M. Bartels, and Kenji Takahashi.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106, 2002, 12270-12279.
  • Pulse Radiolysis of Supercritical Water. 1. Reactions Between Hydrophobic and Anionic Species.  Jason A. Cline, Kenji Takahashi, Timothy W. Marin, Charles D. Jonah, and David M. Bartels.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106, 2002, 12260-12269.
  • Ultrafast Electron Transfer in the [Co(Cp)2|V(CO)6] Radical Pair.  Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, and Kenneth G. Spears, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106, 2002, 1152-1166.
  • Vibrational Coherence Due to Promoting Mode Activity in the Relaxation Dynamics of the Class III Mixed-Valence Molecule [Ru2TIEDCl4]+.  Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, Kenneth G. Spears, Joseph T. Hupp, and Larry O. Spreer.  Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 106, 2002, 1131-1143.
  • Ph.D. thesis: Vibrational Effects in Electron Transfer and Radiationless Decay.  Timothy W. Marin, June, 2001.



Peer-Reviewed and Invited Presentations:

  • Insights into the Structure of Water Under Sub- and Supercritical Conditions.   Timothy W. Marin and Ireneusz Janik.  SRC Users’ Meeting, Synchrotron Radiation Center, Stoughton, WI, September, 2012.
  • Temperature and Density Dependence of the Lowest-Lying Electronic State in Sub- and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin and Ireneusz Janik.  Gordon Research Conference for Radiation Chemistry, July, 2012.
  • A “Benedictine” Vision for the Benedictine University College of Science.  Timothy W. Marin.  Benedictine Pedagogy Conference, May, 2012.
  • Developing Scientific Cosmology Through the Ages.  Timothy W. Marin, Benedictine University Faith and Reason Symposium, April, 2012.
  • Development of a Resonance Ionization Method for Isotopic Analysis of Neodymium in Presolar SiC Grains.  Nan Liu, Michael R. Savina, and Andrew M. Davis, Ilya A. Shkrob, Timothy W. Marin, Michael J. Pellin, and David G. Willingham.  Presolar Grain Workshop, Washington University, January, 2012.
  • Temperature and Density Dependence of the Lowest-Lying Electronic State in Sub- and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin and Ireneusz Janik.  SRC Users’ Meeting, Synchrotron Radiation Center, Stoughton, WI, October, 2011.
  • Phosphonium Carboxylate Ionic Liquids: Preparation, Characterization and Evaluation as Extraction Solvents.  Sarah L. Garvey, Mark L. Dietz, Ilya A. Shkrob, and Timothy W. Marin.  17th Symposium on Separation Science and Technology for Energy Applications, October, 2011.
  • How Does Climate Change?  Benedictine University Years for the Environment Capstone Panel, April, 2011.
  • Rapid Isotopic Analysis of Lanthanides and Actinides by Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometry.  Michael R. Savina, Michael J. Pellin, Timothy W. Marin, Keith Lehuta, and Ilya A. Shkrob.  5th Annual Conference on Laser Probing, September, 2010.
  • Photocatalytic Decomposition of Carboxylated Molecules on Light-Exposed Martian Regolith and Its Relation to Methanogenesis on Mars Timothy W. Marin, Ilya A. Shkrob, and Sergey D. Chemerisov.  Gordon Research Conference for Radiation Chemistry, July, 2010.
  • Benedictine University’s Faith and Reason Symposium: Transforming the Community and the Liberal Arts Institution.  Vicent R. Gaddis and Timothy W. Marin, Benedictine Pedagogy Conference, June, 2010.
  • Mother Nature’s Treasure: the Anomalous Physics and Chemistry of Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Benedictine University Faith and Reason Symposium, April, 2010.
  • Temperature-Dependent Kinetics of the Hydroxyl Radical Oxidation of Thiocyanate in Aqueous Solution.  Delora Gaskins, Stephen P. Mezyk, and Timothy W. Marin.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, March, 2010.
  • Ionizing Radiation and Ionic Liquids: What Happens When the Ions Are Ionized?  Ilya A. Shkrob, Sergey D. Chemerisov, and Timothy W. Marin.  Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, March, 2010.
  • Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Sub- and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Ireneusz Janik, and David M. Bartels.  SRC Users’ Meeting, Synchrotron Radiation Center, Stoughton, WI, October, 2009.
  • Temperature Dependence of the Absolute Kinetics of Hydroxyl Radical Oxidation of Thiocyanate in Aqueous Solution.  Delora Gaskins, Stephen P. Mezyk, Andrew R. Cook, and Timothy W. Marin, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, August, 2009.
  • Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Sub- and Supercritical Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Ireneusz Janik, and David M. Bartels, Radiation Chemistry in the 21st Century, University of Notre Dame, July, 2009.
  • Carbonate Radical Formation in the Radiolysis of Sodium Carbonate and Bicarbonate Solutions up to 250 °C and the Mechanism of Its Second-Order Decay.  Kyle S. Haygarth, Christopher M. Stanisky, Kotchaphan Kanjana, Timothy W. Marin, Ireneusz Janik, and David M. Bartels, Radiation Chemistry in the 21st Century, University of Notre Dame, July, 2009.
  • Vacuum Ultraviolet Absorption of Supercritical Water.  David M. Bartels, Ireneusz Janik, and Timothy W. Marin, Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, March, 2009.
  • Ascertaining the Fundamental Structure of Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Synchrotron Radiation Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, August, 2008.
  • Ultraviolet Absorption of the Light and Heavy Water Absorption Band Edge.  Timothy W. Marin, Kenji Takahashi, and David M. Bartels, Gordon Research Conference for Radiation Chemistry, July, 2008.
  • Predicting Climate Change: Thermodynamics and Kinetics.  Timothy W. Marin, Benedictine University Faith and Reason Symposium, March, 2008.
  • Temperature and Density Dependence of the Lowest-Lying Electronic Transition in Water.  Timothy W. Marin, University of Notre Dame, November, 2007.
  • Pulse Radiolysis in High-Temperature Water.  Timothy W. Marin, Illinois Institute of Technology, September, 2007.
  • Ultraviolet Absorption of the Light and Heavy Water Absorption Band Edge.  Timothy W. Marin and David M. Bartels, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, March, 2007.
  • Reactions of the Hydrated Electron in High-Temperature, Alkaline, Hydrogenated Water Radiolysis.  Timothy W. Marin, David M. Bartels, and Charles D. Jonah, Gordon Research Conference for Radiation Chemistry, July, 2006.
  • A Look into Experimental Chemical Kinetics.  Timothy W. Marin, Northeastern Illinois University, May, 2006.
  • Incorporating Multimedia Learning into the General Chemistry Laboratory Curriculum using Tegrity Software and WebCT.  Niina J. Ronkainen and Timothy W. Marin, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, March, 2006.
  • Multimedia Learning in the General Chemistry Lab Using Tegrity Software.  Timothy W. Marin and Niina J. Ronkainen, Scholarship of Pedagogy Symposium, Associated Colleges of the Chicago Area, October, 2005.
  • Temperature Dependence of the H2O and Iodide Ultraviolet Absorption Spectra.  Timothy W. Marin and David M. Bartels, University of Notre Dame, June, 2005.
  • Nature of the Charge Transfer to Solvent Transition of the Iodide Ion, Argonne National Laboratory, January, 2005.
  • Kinetics of the Hydrated Electron in High-Temperature, Hydrogenated, Alkaline Water Radiolysis.  Timothy W. Marin, David M. Bartels, and Charles D. Jonah, Gordon Research Conference for Radiation Chemistry, June, 2004.
  • Kinetics of the Hydrated Electron in High-Temperature, Hydrogenated, Alkaline Water Radiolysis.  Timothy W. Marin and David M. Bartels, University of Notre Dame, May, 2004.
  • Saving the Earth with Radiation and Nuclear Power?  Timothy W. Marin, Faculty Colloquium Series, Benedictine University, March, 2004.
  • Neutron and Beta/Gamma Radiolysis of Supercritical Water.  David M. Bartels, Charles D. Jonah, Timothy W. Marin, Paul Wilson, Mark H. Anderson, and Robert J. Agasie.  3rd Supercritical Water Exchange Meeting, University of Wisconsin – Madison, April, 2003.
  • Femtosecond Vibrational Dynamics in Molecular Electron Transfer.  Kenneth G. Spears, Timothy W. Marin, and Gerald M. Sando, Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society, March, 2003.
  • Temperature Dependence of the Reaction Rate Constant of OH• with H2 under Sub-Critical Conditions.  Timothy W. Marin, David M. Bartels, and Charles D. Jonah, Gordon Conference for Radiation Chemistry, June, 2002.
  • Kinetics of Electron Transfer Reactions in Hydrothermal and Supercritical Water.  Jason A. Cline, Kenji Takahashi, Timothy W. Marin, Charles D. Jonah, and David M. Bartels, National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Corrosion 2002.
  • Vibrational Quantum Level Dependence of Ultrafast Electron-Transfer Rates.  Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, and Kenneth G. Spears, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, August, 2001.
  • Excited-State Relaxation Dynamics of the Class III Mixed-Valence System [Ru2TIEDCl4]+.  Kenneth G. Spears, Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, Joseph T. Hupp, and Larry O. Spreer, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, August, 2000.
  • Relaxation Dynamics of the Class III Mixed-Valence Molecule [Ru2TIEDCl4]+: Vibrationally Coherent Promoting Mode Activity.  Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, Kenneth G. Spears, and Joseph T. Hupp, Gordon Conference for Electron Donor-Acceptor Interactions, August, 2000.
  • Relaxation Dynamics of the Class III Mixed-Valence Molecule [Ru2TIEDCl4]+: Vibrationally Coherent Promoting Mode Activity.  Timothy W. Marin, Bradley J. Homoelle, Kenneth G. Spears, and Joseph T. Hupp, IPS-2000 International Conference on Photochemical Conversion and Storage of Solar Energy, July, 2000.
  • Femtosecond Infrared and Near-Infrared Probes of Electron-Transfer Kinetics.  Timothy W. Marin, Hairong Shang, Joseph T. Hupp, and Kenneth G. Spears, Gordon Conference for Electron Donor-Acceptor Interactions, August, 1998.
  • Electron Transfer Rates of Ion Pairs in Solution with Vibrational Resolution.  Kenneth G. Spears, Ruihua Zhang, Timothy W. Marin, and Hairong Shang, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, April, 1998.
  • Assessment of the Use of Electrochemical Sensors in the Detection of Nitrogen-Containing Exergonic Compounds.  Timothy W. Marin, William J. Buttner, and Melvin W. Findlay, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, March, 1996.
  • Assessment of the Use of Electrochemical Sensors in the Detection of Nitrogen-Containing Exergonic Compounds.  Timothy W. Marin, William J. Buttner, and Melvin W. Findlay, Sixth Annual Argonne Symposium for Undergraduates in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics, November, 1995.

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