George H. Myer


Professor, Department of Geology, Temple University
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Telephone: 215-204-7173(o) ;
E-mail: george.myer@temple.edu.

RESEARCH INTEREST

Crystallographic research on crystals and ceramic materials. Studies include the symmetry variation of atomic substituion in a given composition range and effects on microtopography with in situ corrosion studies, phase identification and predicting material having desirable physical and microstructural properties.

MASTER'S THESIS SUPERVISION
Jennifer Zarnowsky, "Ultramafic mineralogy, West Chester, PA", 1995

Rob Weaver,"The Dissolution of (Ca, Mg, Fe) Carbonate Under Acidic, Nonaqueous Conditons; An Atomic Force Microscopy Study", In Progress

Jace Pearson, "Fluid Inclusion and Color Center Development History of Smoky Quartz, Conway, NH"

RECENT PUBLICATIONS


50. McHale, Jr., J.M., Myer, G.H. and Salomon, R.E., 1995, Simplified preparation of REBa2Cu3O7 -x via the acetate method, J. Mater. Res., Vol. 10, No. 1, pp. 1-6.

51. Myer, G.H., P.P. Betancourt & S.J. Vaughan, 1995, Petrographic Characterization, In: Lerna, A Preclassical Site in the Argolid, vol. III by J.B. Rutter, The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Princeton, N J, pp. 666-692.

55. Myer, G.H. and K.G. McIntosh, Definition of Pottery Fabrics by Ceramic Petrography, In:Pseira I, The Minoan Buildings on the West Side of Area A, by P.P. Betancourt and C. Davaras, University Museum Monograph 90, University of Pennsylvania , p. 143-153.

Seyebahmadian, M., Yuen, T., Salomon, R.E. and Myer, G.H., Magnetic Susceptibility and Mossbauer Studies of High Tc Superconductivity Related System (Y,Pr)Ba2Fe3O8 , American Physical Society, March Meeting, 20-24 March 1995.


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