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researcher , chemistry professor

Lawrence Glen Werbelow, American chemistry professor, researcher. Achievements include research in time-dependent aspects of nuclear paramagnetism; creation and dissipation of transient multipolar spin order, quantum theory angular momentum. Member of International Society Magnetic Resonance.

Background

Werbelow, Lawrence Glen was born on December 19, 1948 in Ross, California, United States. Son of Arnold Glen and Helen Corrine (Freeburg) Werbelow.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Humboldt State University, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University British Columbia, 1974. Doctor of Science, University Provence, Marseille, France, 1979.

Career

Research associate University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1974—1978. Visiting professor University Provence, Marseille, 1978—1979, Montana State University, Bozeman, 1979—1980. Professor chemistry New Mexico Institute Mining and Technology, Socorro, since 1980, University Provence Marseille, France, 1989—1995.

Visiting scientist Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1980—2000. Visiting professor University Paris, 1987, Stockholms University, 1998, 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in time-dependent aspects of nuclear paramagnetism. Creation and dissipation of transient multipolar spin order, quantum theory angular momentum.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapters to books, articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of International Society Magnetic Resonance.

Connections

Married Catherine Elizabeth Fouques, December 28, 1979. Children: Prisca, Guilhem, Neil.

father:
Arnold Glen Werbelow

mother:
Helen Corrine (Freeburg) Werbelow

spouse:
Catherine Elizabeth Fouques

child:
Prisca Werbelow

child:
Guilhem Werbelow

child:
Neil Werbelow