Francis R. Nordmeyer
B.A. Chemistry, Wabash College, 1961
M.A. Inorganic Chemistry, Wesleyan University, Connecticut, 1964
Ph.D. Inorganic Chemistry, Stanford University, 1967 (with Henry Taube)
My research has been in the study of kinetics and mechanisms of transition metal electron transfer reactions and separations by ion chromatogrophy.
J.L. Johnson, A.C. Nyborg, P.E. Wilson, A.M. Tolley, F.R. Nordmeyer and G.D. Watt,“ Analysis of Steady State Fe and MoFe Protein Interactions During Nitrogenase Catalysis,” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1543(1), 24-35 (2000).
L. Johnson, A.C. Nyborg, P.E. Wilson, A.M. Tolley, F.R. Nordmeyer, and G.D. Watt, “Mechanistic Interpretation of the Dilution Effect for Azotobacter vinelandii and Clostridium pasteurianum Nitrogenase Catalysis,” Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1543(1), 36-46 (2000).
J.A. Erickson, A.C. Nyborg, J.L. Johnson, S.M. Truscott, A. Gunn, F.R. Nordmeyer and G.D. Watt, “Enhanced Efficiency of ATP Hydrolysis During Nitrogenase Catalysis Utilizing Reductants that Form the All-Ferrous Redox State of the Fe Protein,” Biochemistry, 38(43), 14279-14285 (1999).