Assistant Professor, Inorganic Chemistry
B.A., Univ. of MN at Duluth – 1967
M.S., MI Technical Univ. – 1969
Ph.D.,Univ. of MN – 1983
Dr. Anderson studies organometallic chemistry using vacuum line techniques. He is interested in the preparation and characterization of organometallic compounds of rhodium and ruthenium. He also works on the synthesis of chelating ligands containing phosphorus and nitrogen atoms.
- Anderson, M.P.; Casalnuovo, A.L.; Johnson, B.J.; Mattson, B.M.; Mueting, A.M.; Pignolet, L.H. "Rhodium and Iridium Complexes with the PN Donor Ligand (C6H5)2P(CH2)2C5H4N.
Crystal and Molecular Structures of Ir(PN)2(CO)Cl, Ir(PN)(CO)Cl, and [Rh(PN)2]PF6," Inorg. Chem. 1988, 27, 1649.
- Anderson, M.P.; Dibben, M.; Thomas, T. "Is Benzene a Problem in Fuel Operations? A New Analytical Method to Overcome Potential Interferences in the Present Method," LC-GC 1989, 7, 424