A. Lewis Hogarth
Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences
||B.Sc. Queen Mary College, London University
M.R.S.C., Royal Society of Chemistry, London
C.Chem. Royal Society Of Chemistry, London
Ph.D., Imperial College, London University
D.I.C., Imperial College, London University
Dr. Hogarth, who received his degrees from London University in England, joined the faculty of Ohio Dominican University in August of 2000 bringing with him extensive experience from the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. He has presented many papers at local (e.g. Indiana Academy of Science), national (e.g. American Chemical Society) and international (e.g. Association of Official Analytical Chemists) meetings in such diverse subjects as "Microelectronic Apparatus for Analytical Chemists" and "The X-Ray Fluorescence Determination of Elements in Drop Samples of Biological Fluids". In addition, he is the co-author of seven patents dealing with several novel industrial processes connected with the food industry. He has authored over thirty papers in professional journals dealing with topics in classical analysis, instrumental design and use, undergraduate physics and chemistry experiments, mathematics and, most recently, the development of a novel ion chromatographic method for the determination of sugars in fresh and preserved foods. In association with his publishing interests, he also referees articles for such journals as Analytical Chemistr", Education in Chemistry and The Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics. His research interests lie in the areas of UV-visible spectroscopy and the development of new colorimetric reagents, thermometric titrimetry, classical complexometric titrimetry, potentiometry and the development of new methods, and the application of flow injection analysis in analytical chemistry for kinetics/enzyme analysis.