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David Langhus

David LanghusEmeritus

  • B.A., Luther College
  • Ph.D., University of Arizona

Email: langhusd@moravian.edu
Phone: 610-861-1434
Office: Collier Hall of Science, Room 225

Areas of Research and/or Expertise

Implementation of POGIL in the analytical chemistry classroom. Applications of chronoamperometric methods such as cyclic voltammetry. Coated-wire ion sensitive electrodes for transition metal analysis. Study of reactions involving short-lived intermediates by means of electrochemistry and spectrophotometry. Pedagogical application of a sulfide-free inorganic cation qualitative analysis scheme.

  • O.C. Salter, D.L. Langhus; The Chemistry of Swimming Pool Maintenance; Journal of Chemical Education 84 (7) 1124 - 1128 (2007).
  • D.L. Langhus, D.A. Flinchbaugh: A Field Study Program in Analytical Chemistry for Col­lege Seniors. Journal of Chemical Education 63(10) 866-868 (1986)
  • D.L. Langhus, G.S. Wilson: Analysis of Time Dependent Spectra Generated from Spectro­electrochemical Experiments. Analytical Chemistry 51 1134-1139 (1979)
  • D.L. Langhus, G.S. Wilson: Spectroelectrochemistry and Cyclic Voltammetry of the EE Mechanism in a Porphyrin Diacid Reduction. Analytical Chemistry 51 1139-1144 (1979)
Book Reviews
  • Monk, Paul M.S., Fundamentals of Electroanalytical Chemistry; Journal of Chemical Education 79 (10) 1207 (2002)
  • Wang, Joseph, Analytical Electrochemistry, 2nd Ed; Journal of Chemical Education 78 (4) 457 (2001)
  • Bockris, John O’M, Reddy, Amulya K.N., Modern Electrochemistry, Volume 1: Ionics; Journal of Chemical Education 76 (8) 1069 (1999)