DISSERTATIONS


Students' dissertations are numbered chronologically and listed in reverse chronological order.
Rainer Glaser's dissertations are listed at the end of this file.



6.
"Eine ab initio Studie zur Dimerisierung von Thymin."
Till Kuehn
Diplom Arbeit, Universitaet Tuebingen, 1997
Based on research conducted as an exchange student at the University of Missouri-Columbia.

5.
"Experimental and Theoretical Study of Dinitrogen Chemistry."
Paul Haney
MS Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1996.

4.
"Experimental and Theoretical Study of Dinitrogen Chemistry."
Grace Chen
PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1996.

3.
"Non-Synergistic Hydrogen Bonding in the Watson-Crick-Model Nucleic Acid Base Pairs."
Benjamin Harris
PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995.

2.
"An Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of the Electronic Structures of Diazonium Ions and of Their Phosphorus Analogues."
Christopher J. Horan
PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1995.

1.
"Applications and Developments of Electron and Spin Density Analysis."
Godwin Sik-Cheung Choy
PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1994.


Rainer's Dissertations

3.
"Theoretical Studies of Reactive Intermediates."
Doctor of Philosophy
submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for a degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Chemistry in the Graduate Devision of the University of California, Berkeley.
1987.

2.
"Kinetische Untersuchung der Hydrolyse von Uranocenen."
Diplomarbeit
dem Pruefungsausschuss fuer Chemiker der Falultaet fuer Chemie und Pharmazie der Eberhard-Karls-Universitaet zu Tuebingen
vorgelegt von Rainer E. Glaser
1984.
Research conducted at Berkeley 1982/83 in the group of Professor Streitwieser
and thesis supervised in Tuebingen by Professor Hanack.

1.
"Electron Density Analysis of Carbonyl Compounds."
Master of Science
submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for a degree of Master of Science in Chemistry in the Graduate Devision of the University of California, Berkeley.
1983.