2013 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
His main research concerns Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Gas chromatography, Selectivity and Hydrocarbon. His Chromatography research incorporates themes from Organic chemistry, Phase and Analytical chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Combustion, Diesel exhaust, Polybrominated diphenyl ethers, Pesticide and Particulates in addition to Environmental chemistry.
His Gas chromatography study incorporates themes from Coal tar, Shale oil, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and Mass spectrometry. His study looks at the relationship between Hydrocarbon and topics such as Pollution, which overlap with Accelerator mass spectrometry and Fossil fuel. The various areas that Stephen A. Wise examines in his Reversed-phase chromatography study include Molecule and Fluorescence spectrometry.
Stephen A. Wise mainly focuses on Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, NIST, Gas chromatography and Analytical chemistry. His Chromatography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phase and Hydrocarbon. His Phase study deals with Alkyl intersecting with Sulfur.
His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Contamination, Particulates, Pesticide and Mussel. Stephen A. Wise combines subjects such as Matrix, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, Coal tar and Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, Mass spectrometry with his study of Gas chromatography. His Analytical chemistry research includes themes of Stationary phase and Elution.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Gas chromatography, NIST and Reference standards. Within one scientific family, Stephen A. Wise focuses on topics pertaining to Sulfur under Chromatography, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Alkyl. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Dibenzofuran, Pollutant, Contamination, Particulates and Air pollution.
His Particulates study combines topics in areas such as Extraction and Methanol. Stephen A. Wise combines subjects such as Matrix, Naphthalene, Aromaticity and Mass spectrometry with his study of Gas chromatography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Fluorescence and Monomer.
His primary areas of study are Chromatography, Environmental chemistry, Reference standards, Gas chromatography and Mass spectrometry. His biological study focuses on Isotope dilution. His research integrates issues of Phthalate, Pollutant, Contamination, Particulates and Certified reference materials in his study of Environmental chemistry.
His research in Particulates intersects with topics in Extraction, Methanol, Solvent and Diesel fuel, Diesel exhaust. He focuses mostly in the field of Gas chromatography, narrowing it down to topics relating to Fractionation and, in certain cases, Kovats retention index, Picene, Tetracene, Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry and Fluoranthene. His studies in Mass spectrometry integrate themes in fields like Coal tar and Organic chemistry.
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Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers in House Dust and Clothes Dryer Lint
Heather M. Stapleton;Nathan G. Dodder;John H. Offenberg;Michele M. Schantz.
Environmental Science & Technology (2005)
Synthesis and characterization of polymeric C18 stationary phases for liquid chromatography
Lane C. Sander;Stephen A. Wise.
Analytical Chemistry (1984)
Development of engineered stationary phases for the separation of carotenoid isomers
Lane C. Sander;Katherine Epler. Sharpless;Neal E. Craft;Stephen A. Wise.
Analytical Chemistry (1994)
Analysis of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in environmental samples: a critical review of gas chromatographic (GC) methods
Dianne L. Poster;Michele M. Schantz;Lane C. Sander;Stephen A. Wise.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2006)
Mobile sources of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: a roadway tunnel study
Bruce A. Benner;Glen E. Gordon;Stephen A. Wise.
Environmental Science & Technology (1989)
A Relationship Between Reversed-Phase C18 Liquid Chromatographic Retention and the Shape of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Stephen Wise;Wendy J. Bonnett;Franklin R. Guenther;Willie E. May.
Journal of Chromatographic Science (1981)
Chemically-bonded aminosilane stationary phase for the high-performance liquid chromatographic separation of polynuclear aromatic compounds
Stephen A. Wise;S. N. Chesler;Harry S. Hertz;L.R. Hilpert.
Analytical Chemistry (1977)
Determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a coal tar standard reference material
Stephen A. Wise;Bruce A. Benner;Gary D. Byrd;Stephen N. Chesler.
Analytical Chemistry (1988)
Evaluation of Pressurized Fluid Extraction for the Extraction of Environmental Matrix Reference Materials
Michele M. Schantz;John J. Nichols;Stephen A. Wise.
Analytical Chemistry (1997)
Factors affecting the reversed‐phase liquid chromatographic separation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon isomers
Stephen A. Wise;Lane C. Sander.
Hrc-journal of High Resolution Chromatography (1985)
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