Jay LaVerne

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Notre Dame


B.S., Lamar University, 1972
Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 1981

Areas of Research: 

Chemical effects of particle track structure
Radiation effects in condensed systems
Interfacial radiation effects
Radiation chemistry
Heavy ion radiolysis
Chemical physics
Physical chemistry
Environmental chemistry
Analytical chemistry


J. Schofield, S. C. Reiff, S. M. Pimblott and J. A. La Verne (2016) "Radiolytic hydrogen generation at silicon carbide - water interfaces", Journal of Nuclear Materials 469, 43-50.

S. C. Reiff and J. A. La Verne (2015) "Radiation-Induced Chemical Changes to Iron Oxides", Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119, 7358-7365.

S. C. Reiff and J. A. La Verne (2015) "Gamma and He Ion Radiolysis of Copper Oxides", Journal of Physical Chemistry C 119, 8821-8828.

J. Ma, J. A. LaVerne and M. Mostafavi (2015) "Scavenging the Water Cation in Concentrated Acidic Solutions", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119, 10629-10636.

J. A. LaVerne and J. Dowling-Medley (2015) "Combinations of Aromatic and Aliphatic Radiolysis", Journal of Physical Chemistry A 119, 10125-10129.