Editorial Board Member - JMSN
Leslie Glasser obtained his initial qualification in Applied & Industrial Chemistry from the University of Cape Town, then a Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering and D. I. C. in Chemical Physics from Imperial College, London. He is Professor Emeritus from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. He has spent sabbatical periods in the USA at Princeton and Cornell Universities, in the UK at University College Wales in Aberystwyth and at the Royal Institution in London, as well as at the Max Planck Institute, Gottingen, Germany, and the Department of Chemistry, University of Bologna, Italy.
Development of predictive thermodynamic methods for condensed phases (principally ionic systems).
Electrical and dielectric properties of insulators (especially proton conduction), with special emphasis on organic solids.
Properties of hydrogen-bonded associating liquids, including thermodynamics, infra red, dielectric features, and application of theoretical (modelling) methods thereto.
Development and application of instrumental methods in Chemistry time-domain dielectric spectroscopy (TDS) continuous-flow dynamic dialysis (CFDD).
Thermal processes in solids (phase transitions, decompositions, defects).
Computer modelling of solids (structures, thermodynamics, dynamics).
Development and application of computer methods in Chemistry.
Protein modelling: folding, crystal packing, physical relations.
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