Associate Professor of Chemistry Emeritus
1960 - 2004
Associate Professor of Chemistry Emeritus, Department of Chemistry
Ph.D., 1960, Princeton University
A.B., 1956, University of Pennsylvania
Physical Chemistry. Professor Illinger's
work was in the areas of intermolecular forces and collisional perturbation of
molecular spectra; experimental infrared spectroscopy, with applications to
environmental chemistry; experimental measurement of absolute infrared
intensities and structural correlations of this and other molecular properties
employing ab initio quantum-mechanical calculations.
"Infrared Intensities, Atomic Charges, and Dipole Moments in the Fluoroethane Series using Atomic Polar Tensor Analysis", S. Tai, K. H. Illinger and S. Papasavva, J. Phys. Chem. A, 1997, 101, 9749.
"Molecular Properties of CFC Substitutes from ab initio Calculations: CFCl2CH3, CF2ClCH3, CHCl2CF3, and CHFClCH3", S. Papasavva, K. H. Illinger, and J. E. Kenny, J. Mol. Struct. (Theochem), 1997, 393, 73.
"Infrared Radiative Forcing of CFC Substitutes and their
Atmospheric Reaction Products",
S. Papasavva, S. Tai, K. H. Illinger, and J. E. Kenny, J. Geophys. Res., 1997, 102, 13643.
"Ab Initio Calculations on Fluoroethanes: Geometries, Dipole Moments, Vibrational Frequencies, and Infrared Intensities", S. Papasavva, K. H. Illinger, and J. E. Kenny, J. Phys. Chem., 1996, 100, 10100.
"Ab Initio Calculations of Vibrational Frequencies and Infrared Intensities for Global Warming Potentials of CFC Substitutes: CF3CH2F (HFC-134a)", S. Papasavva, S. Tai, A. Esslinger, K. H. Illinger, and J. E. Kenny, J. Phys. Chem., 1995, 99, 3438.