Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, 1967
M.S., University of California at Berkeley, 1964
B.S., University of Tulsa, 1962
Awards & Honors
Fellow International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2002
Jack E. & Frances Brown Chair, 2001
AIChE Institute Award for Excellence in Industrial Gases Technology, 2000
GPA Donald L. Katz Award, 1997
Fellow AIChE, 1990
Dr. Hall's research focuses on precision measurement of the thermophysical properties of fluids and their mixtures as well as development of molecular-thermodynamic models and correlations. The purpose of measuring, simulating, interpreting and correlating thermodynamic properties for a variety of fluids and their mixtures is to provide information for process and product design in the chemical and related industries.
Boyle temperatures for pure substances, J. Fluid Phase Eqm, 258, 148-154 (2007); with R. ESTRADA-TORRES, G.A. Iglesias-Silva, M. Ramos-Estrada.
Densities and viscosities of MTBE + heptane or octane at p 0.1 MPa from (273.15 to 363.15) K, JCED, accepted (2007); with D. LANDAVERDE-CORTES, M. Ramos-Estrada, G.A. Iglesias-Silva.
Densities and viscosities of MTBE + n-nonane or n-decane at p = 0.1 MPa from (273.15 to 363.15) K, JCED, 53, 288-292 (2007); with D. LANDAVERDE-CORTES, M. Ramos-Estrada, G.A. Iglesias-Silva.
A new, game-changing process converts gas to liquids or ethylene, World Oil, 229, 123-126, April (2008); with B.R. Weber, Jr.
An effective calculation procedure for two-phase equilibria in multireaction systems, J. Fluid Phase Eqm., 269, 48-55 (2008); with G.A. Iglesias-Silva.
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