Faculty & Staff
Dr. Ian McNaught
Associate Professor of Chemistry
Office: 2006 (Bu Hasa)
- Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, Monash University, Australia, 1972
- B. Sc. (Hons), Chemistry and Applied Mathematics, Monash University, 1968
- B. Sc., Chemistry and Mathematics, Monash University, 1967
- B. Ed., Monash University 1975
|2006 to now
||Associate Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences, Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi
|1999 to 2006
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (2003), University of Canberra, Australia
|1992 to 1998
Associate Lecturer/Lecturer (1994), University of Sydney, Australia
|1981 to 1992
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer (1985), University of Natal (Pietermaritzburg), South Africa
|1976 to 1981
Associate Lecturer/Lecturer (1978), University of Rhodesia/Zimbabwe
|1974 to 1976
Senior Tutor in Physical Chemistry, University of Melbourne, Australia
| Chemical education, spectroscopy, analytical chemistry
| General chemistry and physical chemistry
|Award for excellence in teaching, University of Canberra, Australia, 2004
Forensic Sci. Internat. “The persistence of human scalp hair on clothing fabrics”, 138, 27-36, 2003.
Analytica Chim. Acta “Measurement of arsenic species in marine macroalgae by microwave-assisted extraction and high performance liquid chromatography-inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry”, 457, 173–185, 2002. (With R. Tukai, W. A. Maher and M. J. Elwood).
J. Chem. Educ.: Software “Microwave Spectroscopy Tutor”, 8B(2), 70–105, 1996. (With R. Moore).
Magn. Reson.: Series A “A Direct Method for the Analysis of AA'BB' Spectra: Part 1”, 109, 147–156, 1994. (With I. Schaper).
J. Chem. Educ. “Effects of Hydrolysis on Determining the Solubility Product of Potassium Bitartrate”, 86, 330–1, 2009. (With G. D. Peckham).
Aust. J. Forensic Sciences, “The Persistence of Animal Hairs in a Forensic Context”, 41, 1–14, 2009. (With A. Boehme, E. Brooks and J. Robertson).
McNaught, I., Brooks, E., Comber, B., & Robertson, J. (2011). Digital imaging and image analysis applied to numerical applications in forensic hair examination. Sci. Justice, 51, 28–37.
McNaught, I. (2011). Testing and Extending VSEPR with WebMO and MOPAC or GAMESS. J. Chem. Educ., 87, 421–5.
McNaught, I. & Peckham, G.D. (2011). An Introductory Idea for Teaching Two-Component Phase Diagrams. J. Chem. Educ., 87, 592–3.
McNaught, I. & Peckham, G.D. (2011). The Variation of Electrochemical Cell Potentials with Temperature. J. Chem. Educ., 87, 782–3.