The TarHelium
   Volume 40, Issue 2                                                                                 October/November 2009

 Nicolle S. Tulve,

 Judi Price,
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 M. Pasquinelli,
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The TarHelium is a publication of the North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society.     -- for more information

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    Ken Tomer

    Kenneth Tomer is a Principal Investigator at NIEHS and is head of the Mass Spectrometry Workgroup in the Laboratory of Structural Biology. He received his B.S. degree in chemistry from Ohio State University in 1966 and his Ph.D. in organic chemistry from the University of Colorado in 1970. After one year of postdoctoral study at the H.C. Ørsted Institute (University of Copenhagen) and Stanford University (with Carl Djerassi), he held positions as Assistant Professor of chemistry (Brooklyn College/City University of New York) and Research Assistant Professor (University of Pennsylvania Medical School) before joining RTI from 1977-1981. From 1981 to 1986, Ken was Assistant/Associate Director of the Midwest Center for Mass Spectrometry and Associate Research Professor at the University of Nebraska. In 1986, he joined NIEHS as a Senior Investigator. In addition to his current position at NIEHS, he is an Adjunct Professor in the Oral Biology Program of the UNC School of Dentistry and has held visiting positions at Konstanz University in Germany and the University of Aveiro in Portugal.

    Ken has served the North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society as an Alternate Councilor since 2005. He was program co-chair of the recent Section Fall Section Meeting and is Program Chair for the 2012 Southeast Regional ACS Meeting. For the 2004 Southeast Regional ACS meeting, he organized the symposium 'Protein Characterization by Mass Spectrometry'. He also served as a co-chair of the Triangle Area Mass Spectrometry (TAMS) Discussion Group from 1988 2005.

    Ken's research interests are focused on the application of mass spectrometry to structural studies of proteins and protein interactions, especially to determination of epitopes on antigens from infectious agents that are recognized by neutralizing antibodies. He has co-authored approximately 300 publications and served on the editorial boards of Biological Mass Spectrometry, Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, Journal of Capillary Electrophoresis and Biomolecular Engineering.


    Melissa Pasquinelli

    Dr. Melissa Pasquinelli's research expertise is in the design and application of computational approaches that predict and modulate the properties of polymers, proteins, carbon-based nanostructures, and fibers. In addition, she is working on methods to predict the potential adverse health effects of nanotechnologies.

    Prior to joining NC State, Dr. Pasquinelli worked for two years as a Computational Chemist with the Office of Research and Development at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Research Triangle Park, where her research focused on the development of molecular modeling techniques to address problems in risk assessment. While at the EPA, she designed computational strategies for high-throughput evaluation of chemical toxicity of environmental chemicals, such as the impact of endocrine disrupting compounds on human health. She received postdoctoral training at Duke University, where she developed computational tools for predicting electron transfer rates in dynamically modified protein complexes, and was awarded a prestigious postdoctoral fellowship from the Sloan Foundation for this work.

    In 2002, she received her Ph.D. in theoretical chemistry from Carnegie Mellon University. Her thesis research explored structure-property relationships for conjugated polymers, and she devised an effective particle model that embodies the relevant photophysics for the design of devices made from these organic semiconductors. She received her B.S. in chemistry with honors in 1996 from Seton Hill University in Greensburg, PA. She is originally from Saint Marys, PA, which is near the beautiful Allegheny National Forest. In her spare time, Dr. Pasquinelli enjoys exploring the outdoors; playing cards; listening to music; practicing yoga/pilates; doing community outreach; and spending time with her family, friends, and pets.


    Al Crumbliss

    Alvin L. Crumbliss is currently the Bishop-MacDermott Family Professor of Chemistry and Dean of the Natural Sciences at Duke University. While at Duke he received the David and Janet Vaughn Brooks Distinguished Undergraduate Teaching Award, the Duke University Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award and the Dean's Distinguished Service Award. He received the Hobbs Award from the NC Section of the American Chemical Society in 2003.

    Al earned his A.B. from Knox College and received a Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award in 2005. He received his Ph.D. from Northwestern University, and was a Postdoctoral Associate at the University of Southern California. Al is the recipient of fellowships from the NIH and NATO, and held the French Academy of Sciences/Elf-Aquitaine Chemistry Chair in Strasbourg, France in 1995. He has lectured extensively in Europe and has held visiting faculty positions in Paris, Grenoble, Strasbourg and Oxford. Al is a bio-inorganic chemist with over 200 journals and monograph publications.

    Richard Palmer

    Dr. Richard A. Palmer has served the NC Section of the ACS in some capacity almost continuously since the mid 1960's. His activities have included:

    • 1967-1968, Program Committee
    • 1969 and 1975 (Chairman), 1985-8, Nominating Committee
    • 1970-71, Awards Committee
    • 1972, Hospitality Committee
    • 1977, Chairman of first Budget Committee
    • 1977, Chair Elect
    • 1978, Chair, during which time he reorganized the Section budget procedures
    • 1987, Steering Committee for Symposium on High-Tc Superconductors
    • 1988, Co-Chairman of NC ACS Symposium on Chemistry at Surfaces and Interfaces
    • 1990-present, Executive Committee as Councilor
    • 1999, NC Distinguished Speaker Award Committee
    • 2000, State Fair Activities
    • 2000, National Chemistry Week Activities
    • 2005-09, Chair, Budget Priorities Committee

    He has also served at the National ACS level, first in 1968 on the Initial Task Force that established Project SEED through the Subcommittee on the Education and Employment of the Disadvantaged. From 1990-present, he has represented the NC Section on the National Council. From 1999-2005 he served on the Joint Board-Council Committee on International Activities and now serves on the Council Committee on Meetings and Expositions.

    Although not directly related to ACS Local Section Activities, Richard has served other societies in a variety of capacities also. These include the Coblentz Society from 1992-96 on the Board of Managers, in 1997 as the Williams-Wright Symposium Chairman and in 1999-2001 on the Meggers Award Committee. He also served as President of the Duke Chapter of Sigma Xi from 1988-89, coordinating the successful bid for relocating the National Headquarters to RTP. From 1990-present, he served on the Editorial Board of Applied Spectroscopy. From 1999-2001 he served on the Lippincott Award Committee and from 2000-2001, he was chairman of the Nominations Committee both for the Society of Applied Spectroscopy. He was Chair and Host of AIRS II (Second International Symposium on Advanced Infrared Spectroscopy), Durham, NC in 1996, served on the International Advisory Committee for AIRS III, Vienna, Austria, 1998, was chair of the International Steering Committee, ICAVS I (First International Conference on Advanced Vibrational Spectroscopy), Turku, Finland, 2001, served on the International Steering Committee, 2D COS, Sanda (Osaka), 1999 and served on the Program Committee, FACSS, 1998, 1999, 2000.

    Personal Information:

    Born in Austin, Texas, 13 November 1935; married 1962, four children; served as U. S. Navy Line Officer, 1957-60

    Academic Degrees:

    • B. S. (Chemistry) University of Texas, Austin 1957, Magna cum laude
    • M. S. (Inorganic Chemistry) University of Illinois, Urbana 1962
    • Ph.D. (Inorganic Chemistry) University of Illinois, Urbana 1965 (T. S. Piper)

    Professional Experience:

    • Post Doctoral Associate, H. C. Ørsted Institute, University of Copenhagen, 1965-66 (C. J. Ballhausen)
    • Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Duke University, 1966-71
    • Associate Professor of Chemistry, Duke University, 1971-78
    • Professor of Chemistry, Duke University 1978-2008
    • Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Duke University 2008-present
    • Faculty Director of The Focus Program, Duke University 2008-present
    • Director of Graduate Studies in Chemistry, Duke University, 1979-82
    • Director, Chemistry for Executives, Duke University, 1992-2008
    • Visiting Professor, University of Texas, Austin, 1974
    • NSF Fellow and Visiting Scholar, Ecole Supérieure de Physique et Chimie, Paris, 1981, 1989
    • Visiting Professor, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1981
    • Other visiting appointments at the Analytische Technische Univiversitat, Wien (1996), Universitat Freiburg (2002) and the Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe (2001-4).


    • Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Lambda Upsilon; University of Texas
    • University Fellow, August Kochs Fellow, Socony-Mobil Fellow; U. of Illinois
    • NIH Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Copenhagen, 1965-6
    • Alexander von Humboldt Senior Research Award, 2000
    • Marcus E. Hobbs Award of the NC Section of the ACS, 2001


    While at Duke he has taught undergraduate courses in General, Physical, Analytical and Advanced Inorganic Chemistry and graduate courses in Inorganic Chemistry and Group Theory. Currently he directs a cluster of freshman seminars, "The Faces of Science" in The Focus Program and teaches a course in that cluster, "The Drama of Science". He has supervised 29 PhD dissertations and 8 Masters Theses and mentored 36 undergraduate senior thesis students and 10 postdoctoral associates.

    Research Interests:

    Recent and current research projects include work in the following areas: Time-resolved Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy in the microsecond to picosecond regime of transient photo-excited states in transition metal compounds and bio-molecules, dynamic infrared opto-rheology of organic polymers, infrared photoacoustic spectral depth profiling, the use of synchrotron radiation for time-resolved infrared spectroscopy and studies of the ablation mechanisms of the Er:YAG laser in the cleaning and restoration of two- and three-dimensional works of art.

    He is the coauthor (with W. E. Hatfield) of "Problems in Structural Inorganic Chemistry," W. A. Benjamin, 1971, and of over 140 peer reviewed research publications.

Alternate Councilor

    Dorian Canelas

    Dorian is currently teaching General and Organic Chemistry at Duke University. Her experience with the local section dates back to 1994, when she started attending the Local ACS Polymer Group meetings. Since then, she has served as Treasurer, Program Chair, and, finally, Chair of the Local Polymer Discussion Group. Upon completion of her Ph.D., Dorian worked in industry for more than five years at Lord Corporation on long-term research projects developing new materials for microelectronics and industrial applications. Upon switching into academia, she was a Lecturer for three years at NC State University, and conducted research on drug delivery at UNC.

    Ken Lyle

    Kenneth Lyle is employed by Duke University working in the Department of Chemistry as an instructor, as the lecture-demonstrator, and as the Chemistry Outreach Coordinator. Ken earned his BS degree in Education from the University of Tulsa (1971). He was employed as a high school chemistry teacher by the Houston Independent School District. He served in this position for 22 years. During this time he also completed his Masters of Education at the University of Houston (1977). Ken then continued his high school teaching career at St. John's School, Houston (7 years). In 2000, Ken left teaching to work on his Doctorate Degree in Chemistry at Purdue University and was awarded his PhD in July 2005. Ken has received recognition for his contributions to teaching and to chemical education at the local, state, regional, and national levels. Ken has also held several leadership positions over the years and is currently the alternate counselor for the North Carolina Section of the ACS.


VOTING DEADLINE: BALLOTS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY NOVEMBER 27, 2009 Please vote electronically. An email with voting instructions will be sent to the membership in early November. If unable to vote electronically, then follow the instructions below.

Please place your ballot into an envelope and place the plain, sealed envelope into an envelope. The outer envelope must be signed across the seal, and your name printed so that the Nominating Committee can verify your membership.

Please send your ballot to:

    NC ACS Local Section
    c/o Sol Levine
    1307 Legacy Green Ave.
    Wake Forest, NC 27587

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--Contributed by Chris Moorman

Dear NC ACS Local Section Members,

My name is Chris Moorman. My husband Ed Holub and I coach the Science Olympiad team at Phillips Middle School in Chapel Hill. We restarted the program last year after 5-6 years of it not occurring. Science Olympiad is like a science track meet with 23 events in which teams of two students compete. Some of these events involve building knowledge, such as knowledge of astronomy, anatomy, ecology, or experimental design and some events involve building things, such as rockets, bridges, catapults, or a new cookie recipe. A description of all events can be found at:

Phillips took 1st place in the regional tournament and 7th place in the state last year! We were thrilled for the students. It was a wonderful experience for the students, over half of which were girls. Our problem is that we are not scientists. I am a business school professor and my husband is a businessman. However, we are committed to motivating the next generation of scientists through programs like Science Olympiad! To make our program work, we need to recruit scientists and/or science students to coach the 23 two-person event teams. Last year our team had help from three terrific UNC students, one staff member from Morehead, one of the school's science teachers, and a handful of energetic, science-minded parents. However, we were really stretched. Ed and I coach a few of the teams ourselves as well as handle all the administrative and fundraising activities for the team.

We are writing to ask if you might volunteer to help our team or recommend students to volunteer. Volunteers would coach one or two of the 23 two-person teams. There are study aids and references available. The kids do most of the learning themselves, but there are times when they need help and encouragement. The students really react well to working with mentors. Aside from learning about their events, the students have an opportunity to learn about careers in science-related fields. We anticipate you would meet with the students 8-10 times, with a heavier concentration of meetings from February . April as the regional and state tournaments get closer. Because the teams are only two students, it's usually easy to fit everyone's schedules.

If you can take some time to help these young scientists, please contact Chris and Ed at (919) 942-1915,, or

Thank you!


We are now accepting applications for the 2009 Excellence in Polymer Education Award. This national award recognizes innovative and successful contributions to the integration of polymer chemistry into pre-college curricula. The winner must be currently teaching high school (grades 10-12) or middle school (grades 5-9) in a public or private school in the United States. POLYED is sponsored jointly by the Polymer Chemistry, and the Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering Divisions of the American Chemical Society.

The national awardee receives a plaque, and a $1000 honorarium. The award will be presented by an ACS member at the winner's school in the spring of 2010. The awardee also receives an expense paid trip to the Spring NSTA National Conference and will be paired with a Polymer Ambassador during the days in attendance.

The application form may be downloaded from the POLYED web site: The deadline for applications is December 15, 2009.

If you have questions, contact Mary Harris


50 Year ACS Members

    R. E. Berkley
    James F. Bonk
    Maurice M. Bursey
    James H. Butcher
    Halbert C. Carmichael
    Avery J. Dennis
    Harry W. Dougherty
    Jan Hermans
    James E. Kurz
    William R. Martin Jr
    Daniel D. Powers
    Marvin J. Schnall
    James M. Schooler
    Wilma G. Shaw
    George H. Wahl Jr
    Francis C. Zevnik

60 Plus Year ACS Members

    Harry C. Allen
    Edward M. Arnett
    Kenneth O. Beatty Jr
    Horace D. Brown
    Ralph H. Burroughs
    Benjamin H. Carpenter
    Howard G. Clark
    William Copulsky
    Winfield P. Cowgill
    William T. Donaldson
    William F. Durham
    Leon Freedman
    Willard M. Gentry
    Irving S. Goldstein
    William F. Hamner Jr
    John R. Huizenga
    Waldo B. Ligett
    William G. Lloyd
    Richard H. Loeppert
    Eugene E. Magat
    Frank W. Melpolder
    Stephen J. Metro
    Eugene Moriarty
    Robert G. Parr
    Rudolph Pariser
    Frances M. Richardson
    James K. Rosser
    Walter C. Saeman
    Paul S. Stenbuck
    Willis C. Wooten Jr
    George M. Wyman

123rd NC ACS

September 23, 2009

Sponsored by the North Carolina Section
of the American Chemical Society
at the Hamner Conference Center
North Carolina Biotechnology Center
Research Triangle Park, NC

The North Carolina Section of the American Chemical Society
gratefully acknowledges
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center
for its support of this event.



Technical Program: Poster Presentations
  Session 1: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Page 3
  Session 2: 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm Page 6
Recognitions, Awards and Distinguish
: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  Members in recognition of 50 and 60 years of service Page 9
  2009 NC ACS/TCDG Undergraduate Scholarships Page 10
  2009 Marcus E. Hobbs Service Award Page 11
       2009 Marcus E. Hobbs Service Awardee: Myra Halpin Page 11
       Past recipients Page 13
  NC ACS Distinguished Speak Award
       2009 Distinguished Speaker: Al Crumbliss Page 14
       Past recipients Page 16
NC ACS Local Section Information
  2009 NC ACS Local Section Officers Page 17
  Facts about the NC ACS Local Section Page 20
  NC ACS: new Website, Listserve and LinedIn… Page 21
  Opportunities in the NC ACS Page 22

Special thanks to John Hines and the NC ACS Executive Committee for their support of the meeting!

General Chair: Marc ter Horst
Posters and Registration: Bill Switzer and Ken Tomer
Refreshments: John Hines
Award Plaques: Charlie Goss
Registration Table: Jeremy Woods and Danielle Watt
Project SEED Participation: Kenneth A. Cutler


NC ACS will be hosting the Southeastern Regional Meeting of the ACS (SERMACS) in November 2012. The Planning Committee meets on the SECOND WEDNESDAY of each month in person at GlaxoSmithKline in RTP and online via WebEx (for those who want to attend remotely).

Volunteers are needed for the following positions:

  • Webmaster
  • Public Relations
  • Program Book
  • Social Events
  • Academic Exhibits
  • Fundraising

If you are interested in joining the organizing committee, please contact Charlie Goss at Thank you!!

Current Planning Committee Members are listed in the table below.

General Chair Charles A. Goss
Treasurer Sol Levine
Registration Keith Dawes
Program Marc ter Horst
Symposia Kenneth B. Tomer (Chair)
Richard A. Palmer
Alan Tonelli
Site Selection William L. Switzer
Keith Dawes
Carson Burrington
Sol Levine
John W. Hines
Dan Shin (Chair)
W. Lin Coker III
Kassy Mies
Jim Parise, Jr.
Dan Barber
Commerical Exhibits John W. Hines
Reshan Fernando
ACS Meeting Planning Office Michelle Stevenson
Logo Kenneth S. Lyle
Unassigned Steve Meyerhoffer
Jay M. Brown
Shri Kulkarni
John Mathis
Melanie Silinski


We are interested in re-invigorating the YCC. If you are interested in helping, please email an Executive Committee member. Thank you!


-- Contributed by Melinda Box

The new website will have all the old content plus some new features. These will include an interactive calendar that provides section members the opportunity to post their own events, a photo gallery that will illustrate the section's past and present activities, a forum where section members can post local job announcements, and, eventually, on-line forms to facilitate event registration and volunteer coordination. The new site is almost ready. There are just a few things left to add, among them the TarHelium with newly digitized back issues to make our archive complete! The new address is Currently both sites are live, but at the end of October we will make the switch to the new site. In the meantime, take a look at our future website and pass on your feedback to


Members of the American Chemical Society who live in the region covered by the North Carolina Section can utilize this group to network, participate in topical discussions, post jobs and events, etc.

Visit the local section on LinkedIn at .


Information on the NC ACS Local Section Discussion Groups can be found at the following web link:

Discussion groups include:


Check them out and consider joining a discussion group.



The NC ACS Executive Committee (EC) seeks a marketing/advertising director to assist the EC in various activities. This is a volunteer position, as are all roles in the EC.

Marketing efforts will be useful to the NC ACS in improving the visibility of the NC ACS in the local community and in increasing attendance at NC ACS events. Specific NC ACS activities for which the NC ACS seeks marketing expertise include, but are not limited to:

    • boosting NC ACS membership;
    • fostering an increase in student members; and
    • encouraging attendance at the several events presented each year by the NC ACS.

These events currently include a major meeting that features a Distinguished Lecture and Award; and one or more smaller meetings typically including dinner, cocktails and an entertaining speaker. Several times each year, the NC ACS electronically publishes a newsletter, "The TarHelium", to its membership. Advertising efforts, including sales of ad space in the TarHelium, will assist NC ACS in raising funds for its activities.

The EC holds monthly meetings to address NC ACS business, which the marketing/advertising director will be encouraged to attend. Anyone having an interest in this position is invited to contact Jay Brown, 2008 NC ACS Chair, to discuss this volunteer opportunity.


The NC ACS Local Section is seeking a highly motivated individual to serve as the next TarHelium editor. The current TarHelium editor will be retiring in the Spring, 2010 at the completion of Issue 4, Volume 40. Currently, four issues of the TarHelium are published each academic calendar.

Duties include:

  • Organizing materials for each issue.
  • Writing and editing articles.
  • Seeking contributed articles from professionals in the Local Section area.
  • Working with a copy editor for preparation of each issue.
  • Announcing the issue using the list serve.
  • Attending monthly Local Section Executive Committee meetings. The TarHelium editor has a vote on the Committee.

Interested persons are asked to contact Nicolle Tulve at or (919)541-1077 to discuss this very rewarding opportunity! Thank you.


The NC ACS Local Section Executive Committee meets on the first Wednesday of every month. Fall meeting dates are: November 4th and December 2nd. Meetings are held at the Hamner Institute in the Research Triangle Park at 4:30 pm. All members are welcome and encouraged to attend! Get to know your Executive Committee! Get involved! Volunteer!


    The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences
    6 Davis Drive
    PO Box 12137
    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-2137


    Coming from I-40 West: Exit 280 Davis Drive, Right onto Davis Drive, The Hamner Institute is the second campus on the left. There is a left turn lane here.

    Coming from I-40 East: Exit 280 Davis Drive, Right onto Davis Drive, Continue through one stoplight, The Hamner Institute is the second campus on the left. There is a left turn lane here.


It is extremely important to keep ACS informed of your current contact information. If you have had a change in your address, phone number, or email address, please contact ACS to update your information. In addition to your old and new contact information, include your membership ID, which is the 8-digit number in the upper left hand corner of the C&E News address label when you correspond with ACS.

Postal mail:

    Manager, Member & Subscriber Services, ACS
    P.O. Box 337
    Columbus, OH 43210


    (800) 333-9511
    (614) 447-3776



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J. Hines
(RTI), Chair 2009
M. ter Horst
(UNC-CH),Chair-Elect 2009
M. Pasquinelli
Secretary (2008-2009)
J. T. Bursey
Treasurer (2009-2010)
N. S. Tulve
TarHelium Editor (2006-present)
B. N. Chaney
Councilor (2008-2010)
J. L. Chao
(IBM, retired)
Councilor (2009-2011)
A. L. Crumbliss
(Duke University)
Councilor (2007-2009)
S. Paisner
(Lord Corporation)
Councilor (2008-2010)
L. S. Sremaniak
Councilor (2008-2010)
R. A. Palmer
(Duke University)
Councilor (2007-2009)
R. Gorga
Alt. Councilor (2009-2011)
K. E. Levine
Alt. Councilor (2008-2010)
K. Lyle
(Duke University)
Alt. Councilor (2007-2009)
D. Canelas
(Duke University)
Alt. Councilor (2007-2009)
K. Tomer
Alt. Councilor (2008-2010)
J. Brown
(Law Offices of Jay Brown)
Past Chair 2008
A. Tonelli
Alt. Councilor (2008-2010), Past Chair 2007
C. A. Goss
Past Chair 2006
S. Levine
(NCSU, retired)
Past Chair 2005
M. Box
(Duke University)
M. M. Bursey
(UNC-CH, retired)
Ex Officio
K. A. Cutler
Project Seed Ex Officio
S. Cooper
TCDG, Ex Officio
T. M. O'Connell
TMRDG, Ex Officio
M. Fitzgerald
TAMS, Ex Officio
E. C. Bigham
Director, District IV


Updated: November 6, 2009