Courses:

CHEM 1211K
CHEM 1212K
CHEM 1151K
CHEM 3211K
CHEM 3212K
CHEM 3500
CHEM 4900

Tricia L. Scott, Ph.D..

Title: Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Department:
Natural Sciences
Email: tscott@daltonstate.edu
Phone: 706.272.2494
Fax: 706.272.2533
Office: Peeples Hall 305B
Degrees:
Ph.D. West Virginia University
B.S. Fairmont State College

Fall 2014 Office Hours:
M: 9:25-10:40 and 1:00-4:30,
T: 1:40-3:30,
W:
9:25-10:40
If I'm not in my office during office hours, please check Peeples Hall 324 (Chemistry Research).
Other Hours By Appointment


Faculty

Page Links:

Department of Natural Sciences
School of Science, Technology, and Mathematics

Biography:
I grew up in the rural town of Hambleton, West Virginia with a population of less than three hundred people. After graduating from high school, I went to Fairmont State College where I received my B.S. in chemistry. My graduate work was performed at West Virginia University (GO MOUNTAINEERS!). I started my postdoctoral work at Mississippi State University and later moved back to WVU as an instrument manager. My first full-time teaching job was at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. I came to Dalton State College in August 2005, where I currently teach general chemistry, organic chemistry, survey of chemistry, biochemistry, and a special topics course in organic spectroscopy.  My research interests include the use of organometallic complexes in organic synthesis, the synthesis of biologically active compounds, and the production of biofuels.

Publications:
Velan, S. Sendhil; Pichumani, Kumar; Murray, David; Raylman, Raymond R.; Scott, Tricia; Manivannan, A.; Halliburton, L.  Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy with Longitudinal Multispin Orders, Current Analytical Chemistry, 2008, 4, 40.  

Vo, Evanly; Murray, David K.; Scott, Tricia L.; Attar, A. J.  Development of a Novel Colorimetric Indicator Pad for Detecting Aldehydes. Talanta 2007, 73(1), 87.  

Scott, T. L.; Burke, N.; Carrero-Martinez, G.; Sderberg, B. C. G. Synthesis of 1,2,3,4-tetrahydrocarbazoles and related tricyclic indoles. Tetrahedron 2007, 63(5), 1183.  

Scott, T. L.; Yu, X.; Gorungantula, S. P., Carrero-Martinez, G.; Sderberg, B. C. G. Palladium-catalyzed synthesis of tetrahydrocarbazolones as advanced intermediates to carbazole alkaloids. Tetrahedron 2006, 62(4), 10835.

Scott, T. L.; Sderberg, B. C. G. Palladium-catalyzed synthesis of 1,2-dihydro-4(3H)-carbazolones.  Formal total synthesis of murrayaquinone A, Tetrahedron 2003, 59, 6323.

Scott, T. L.; Sderberg, B. C. G. Novel Palladium-Catalyzed Synthesis of 1,2-Dihydro-4(3H)-carbazolones, Tetrahedron Letters 2002, 43(9), 1621.

Hurley, A. L.; Scott, T. L.; Flood, M. R.; Mohler, D. L. "Photoinduced DNA Cleavage by Cyclopentadienyl Metal Complexes Conjugated to DNA Binding Elements," Organic Letters 2001, 3(17), 2761.

Mohler, D. L.; Dain, D. R.; Kerekes, A. D.; Nadler, W. R.; Scott, T. L. "Organometallic Photonucleases:  A Novel Class of DNA-Cleaving Agents," Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 1998, 8, 871.

Recent Presentations:
Bishop, M. M.; Scott, T.L. Post-Transesterification Comparison of Plant and Algae Derived Oils and Investigation of New Biodiesel Production Methodology, presented at the ACS Southeastern Regional Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 12-15, 2008; paper 777.

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