Award of Honor, First Place Faculty Oral Presentation, Research Week, Texas Southern University, 2007.
Graduate Fellowship, University of Houston, 1999 – 2004.
Upper-Level Teaching Assistant Award, University of Houston, 2001.
Chemical Synthesis and Applications Environmental Chemistry
Adebowale A, Phan T. “Volatile Organic Compounds in Crude Coconut and Petroleum Oils in Nigeria.” American Journal of Analytical Chemistry 2017, 8, 371-379.
Adebowale A, Phan T. “Quantitative analysis of toxic halogenated contaminants in Oluyoro stream of Nigeria.” Environ. Dev. Sustain. 2010, 12(3), 357-364.
Kadish KM, Garcia R, Phan T, Wellhoff J, Caemelbecke EV, Bear JL. “Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Characterization of a Series of Mixed-Ligand Diruthenium Compounds.” Inorg. Chem. 2008. 47, 11423-11428.
Nguyen M, Phan T, Caemelbecke EV, Kajonkijya W, Bear JL, Kadish KM. “Interconversion of Ru2(L)4X Complexes Where L is 2-Anilinopyridinate or 2-(2,4,6- Trifluoroanilino)pyridinate Anion and X = Cl- or CCC5H4N-.” Inorg. Chem. 2008, 47, 7775-7783.
Phan T., Adebowale A. “Analysis of Volatile Organic Substances in Crude Coconut and Petroleum Oils by GC-MS.” American Chemical Society – 65th Southwest Regional Meeting, El Paso, Texas, Nov. 2009.
Phan T. “Introducing Metal Atom and/or Metal-Metal Bonded Fragment to Allopurinol.” Texas Southern University, Research Week, 2008.
Phan T. “The Chemistry of Metal-Metal Bonded Complexes Containing Ruthenium Atoms Bridged by Derivatives of 2-Anilinopyrdinate Anion Ligand,” Texas Southern University, Research Week, 2007.
Nguyen M, Phan T, Caemelbecke EV, Bear JL, Kadish KM. “The reaction of Ru2(F3ap)4Cl with Na+ SCN- where F3ap is the 2-(2,4,6-trifluoroanilino)pyridinate anion. Structural, electrochemical and spectroscopic characterization of the products.” Southwest American Chemical Society Meeting, Houston, Texas, October 2006.
Texas Space Grant Consortium 2009 – 2010 NIP Award Recipients
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