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Md. Abdul Momen

Year of Graduation: 2015, Ph.D
Research Lab: Prof. Mark Dietz
Major Area of Focus: Analytical Chemistry
Minor Area of Focus: Organic

Previously Attended

University of Dhaka, 1995-2001, B.S., M.S., Applied Chemistry

Why I like Chemistry

Chemistry is an experimental science, which allows you to apply your hypothesis and see how it works!

Why I chose the Chemistry and Biochemistry Program at UW-Milwaukee

One of my friends already attended school here

Favorite things to do in Milwaukee:

Summer, Great lakes, Farmers markets

Research Goals

Development of improved extraction chromatographic materials for metal ion separation and preconcentration.

Publications

Cory A. Hawkins, M. A. Momen, Sarah L. Garvey, John Kestell, Michael D. Kaminski, and Mark L. Dietz, “Evaluation of Solid-Supported Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Containing Crown Ethers as Media for Metal Ion Separation and Preconcentration”, Talanta, 135 (2015) 115-123

Poster Presentations

M. A. Momen and Mark L. Dietz “Extraction chromatographic materials based on silica sol-gel-encapsulated crown ethers for the separation and preconcentration of Sr2+ from acidic media” 18th SS&T symposium, Tennessee, (Fall 2014).

M. A. Momen, Cory A. Hawkins, and Mark L. Dietz, “Evaluation of Solid-Supported Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Containing a Crown Ether as Novel Media for Metal Ion Separation and Preconcentration” Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI (Spring 2014).

M. A. Momen, Mark L. Dietz, “Silica sol-gel-encapsulated crown ethers for Sr2+ separation and preconcentration”, Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, WI (Fall 2013).

M. A. Momen, Cory A. Hawkins, and Mark L. Dietz, “Evaluation of Solid-Supported Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Containing a Crown Ether as Novel Media for Metal Ion Separation and Preconcentration” YCC symposium, Milwaukee, WI (Fall 2013).

Awards

Travel award