Gregory   Haynes

Lecturer

 

DEGREES:

B.S in Chemistry, Morgan State University

B. S. in Biochemistry, University of Maryland at College Park

B. S. in Electrical Engineering, University of MD at College Park

M.S. in Chemistry, Washington State University

RESEARCH INTERESTS/PROJECTS:

Postgraduate Work (1997), OLED Chemistry, USC

Computer Chemistry

Civilization Chemical Genetics

 Interaction of Light with Matter

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Schools
Charlotte Hall Military School 1968-71 Junior High Education
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute 1971-74 Advance College Preparatory
Clark Collage 1974-76 Dual Degree Engineering
Catonsville Community College 1977 Writing
Towson State University 1977-78 Chemical Education
Morgan State University 1978-81 BS in Chemistry (1982)
University of Arizona 1980 Solar Astronomy
University of Md. at College Park 1981-83 BS in Electrical Engineering
University of Md. at College Park 1981-83 BS in Biochemistry 
Washington State University 1983-85 MS in Chemistry
University of Md. Baltimore County 1986 Chemical Engineering
University of Md. at College Park 1988-89 Physics
Towson State University 1989-90 Chemical Education
University of Md. Baltimore County 1991-94 Chemistry

PUBLICATIONS:

Journals:

Internet Teaching Methods Across the Disciplines, The Journal of Applied Business Research, Volume 16, Number 4, Page 1, Winter 2000.

Effects of Anisotropy on the Chemical Shift of Vinyl Protons in Trans- and Cis-1,2-Dibenzoylethylenes: A Small-Group or Recitation Activity, Journal of Chemical Education, Volume 79, Number 1, Page 68, January 2002.

Diels-Alder Cycloadditions: A MORE Experiment in the Organic Laboratory Including A Diene Identification Exercise Involving NMR Spectroscopy and Molecular Modeling, Journal of Chemical Education, maybe April 2005

Synthesis, Characterization, and Fluorescence and Cytotoxicity Studies of a Tetrarhenium Molecular Rectangle; Inorganic Chemistry Communications 10 (2007) 821-824

The one-pot synthesis and the fluorescence and cytotoxicity studies of chlorotricarbonyl(a-diimine)rhenium(I), fac-(CO)3(a-diimine)ReCl, complexes; Inorganic Chemistry Communications 11 (2008) 1054-1056

Michael K. Mbagu, Divine N. Kebulu, Angela Winstead, Saroj K. Pramanik, Hirendra N. Banerjee, Maurice O. Iwunze, James M. Wachira, George E. Greco, Gregory K. Haynes, Amanda Sehmer, Fazlul H. Sarkar, Douglas M. Ho, Robert D. Pike, Santosh K. Mandal. Fac-tricarbonyl(pentylcarbonato)(α-diimine)rhenium complexes: One-pot synthesis, characterization, fluorescence studies, and cytotoxic activity against human MDA-MB-231 breast, CCl-227 colon and BxPC-3 pancreatic carcinoma cell lines. Inorganic Chemistry Communications. 2012, 21, 35-38

Papers:

First Studies on Sunspots (1980)

(2,4-dinitrobenzyl) pyridinium salts all have different pk (1990)

Spectroscopic, Aquatic and Synthetic Studies of Amino Acids Involved in Autophosphorylation (Summer 1999)

Internet Teaching Methods across the Disciplines (March 2000)

Molecular Genealogy (December 2007)

Book Reviews
Ebbing, 7th edition, General Chemistry

Bruce Averill and Patricia Eldredge, 1st edition, Chemistry Principles, Patterns, and Applications; March 2006

ACS and Other Major Presentation
Internet Teaching Methods across the Disciplines, Boston, Mexico, 2000

Ullman Synthesis for beta-NPD OLED manufacturing, Baltimore, May 2001

Synthesis, structures, and luminescence and cytotoxic properties of rhenium(I) alkylcarbonato complexes, 233rd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25-29, 2007

4 April 2007 - Presentation on how to make a cartoon - Middle School Visit to Morgan State University

Synthesis, characterizations, and fluorescence and cytotoxicity studies of rhenium(I) tosylato complexes; 234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, August 19-23, 2007

Synthesis and fluorescence and cytotoxicity studies of rhenium (tricrbonyl) diimine complexes; Division of Inorganic Chemistry; 235th  ACS National Meeting,  New Orleans, LA, April 6-10, 2008

Other Student Presentations
*Ashley Myrick, Ofuje Daniyan, Gregory Haynes and Roosevelt Shaw, COMPUTATIONAL STUDIES OF COMPETING MENSHUTKIN SN2 REACTIONS OF 4- (DIMETHYLAMINO)PYRIDINE WITH METHYL IODIDE: TRANSITION STATE SEARCH AND ENERGETICS COMPARISON OF OPTIMIZED STATIONARY POINT STRUCTURES. 2008. Department of Chemistry, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD 21251.

Gabrielle Thomas, Gregory Haynes and Roosevelt Shaw. MOLECULAR MODELING OF THE DIMERIZATION OF ISOBUTYLENE: A ZAITSEV PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION EXCEPTION. 2012, Department of Chemistry, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD 21251.

Poems:
Several New Poems

Professional Record Summary:
Book Editing, Computational Chemistry, HCOP, NRST, Presentations

Research Summary:
Bioinorganic, Chemical Genetics, Electrons, Kinetics and Thermodynamic, Mathematics, Solar Research, Spectroscopy