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chemist , researcher

Nieves Casañ-Pastor, Spanish chemist, researcher. Achievements include research on the influence of electron delocalization on magnetic properties, on possible artifacts using squid magnetometers, on charge reorganization in La2cu04+d synthetized electrochemically superconducting wires, composite electrodes for Li batteries. Grantee Midas Program 1992, 93—. Member American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi.

Background

Casañ-Pastor, Nieves was born on October 31, 1959 in Valencia, Spain. Daughter of Jose Casañ-Beut and Nieves Pastor-Villalonga.

Education

Bachelor, University Valencia, Spain, 1981. Master, University Valencia, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy of Chemistry, Georgetown University, 1988.

Career

Fellow, Ministry of Education, Valencia, 1988-1990; staff researcher, Institute Ciencia Materials, Barcelona, Spain, since 1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research on the influence of electron delocalization on magnetic properties, on possible artifacts using squid magnetometers, on charge reorganization in La2cu04+d synthetized electrochemically superconducting wires, composite electrodes for Li batteries.

Membership

Member American Chemical Society, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Pedro Gomez-Romero, December 26, 1982. 1 child, Daniel Gomez-Casañ.

father:
Jose Casañ-Beut

mother:
Nieves Pastor-Villalonga

spouse:
Pedro Gomez-Romero

child:
Daniel Gomez-Casañ Casañ-Pastor