Diana Delach

Diana Delach

  • Assistant Professor of Environmental Chemistry, Department of Physical Sciences
  • Faculty, College of Science & Mathematics
SC 309 Science Building
Education

Ph.D., Clemson University (2012)

B.S., Binghamton University (2008)

Publications

Refereed Articles

Delach, D. L., Dukes, M. J., Varano, A. C., Kelly, D. F., & Dukes III, A. D. (2015). Real-Time Imaging of Lead Nanoparticles in Solution--Determination of the Growth Mechanism. RSC Advances, 5, 104193, doi: 10.1039/c5ra18054f.

Presentations

Refereed Proceedings
Full Paper

  • Layland, R. C., Dukes, A. D., Delach, D. L., Singletary, S. N., Altamirano, L., Elizabeth A. Hopkins (2018). Contaminant Profiles of Lake Greenwood. Upstate Research Symposium.
  • Murray, A. & Delach, D. (2017). Copper and Cadmium Profiles of Lake Greenwood. Upstate Research Symposium.
  • Dukes III, A. D. & Delach, D. L. (2016). Observation of Real-Time Growth of Lead Nanoparticles in Solution by Transmission Electron Microscopy. Upstate Research Symposium, 12, 12-14.


Presentation of Refereed Papers
Regional

  • Layland, R. C., Dukes, A. D., Delach, D. L., Singletary, S. N., Altamirano, L., Elizabeth A. Hopkins (2018, April). Contaminant Profiles of Lake Greenwood. Upstate Research Symposium, Spartanburg, South Carolina.


Presentation of Non-Refereed Papers
Local

  • Delach, D. (2017). Carbonate Chemistry, or Why Nautral Waters Are Not Neutral. Invited presentation at Carolina Math Seminar, Greenwood, South Carolina.