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Dr. Don Baer is currently working at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, USA. He is the EMSL's Science Theme Lead for Energy Materials & Processes, is internationally known for the application of surface analysis methods to examine corrosion processes and the reactive properties of oxide and mineral surfaces. Since joining PNNL, he has specialized in the use of surface sensitive techniques to study surface and interphase reactions and material surface chemistry. Experienced in using Auger electron spectroscopy, x-ray and ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy, secondary ion mass spectrometry, Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, nuclear reaction analysis, and particle induced x-ray emission, recent research also involves atomic force to examine and create nanoscale features on surfaces. His interest in nano-science and nanotechnology extends to the characterization and reactivity and of nanoparticles and encouraging interactions between PNNL and other northwest research organizations. He has published more than 260 peer-reviewed journal articles and is internationally recognized for using a wide range of surface sensitive and other methods to understand behaviors of nanoparticles (e.g., ceria, silver and iron core-shell), corrosion processes, and the reactive properties of oxide and mineral surfaces in aqueous environments. As Science Theme Lead, he leads development of and implements a vision for EMSL’s scientific leadership position within Energy Materials & Processes. Identifies specific objectives/targets and guides the assembly of the team needed to implement the vision.
Dr. Don Baer’s research interest includes Solid/solution interface, Oxide and mineral surfaces, Corrosion and stress corrosion, Material-environment interactions, Surface and interface analysis methods, Scanning probe methods
Holland NA, Becak DP, Jonathan H Shannahan, Brown JM, Carratt SA, Winkle LSV, Pinkerton KE, Wang CM, Munusamy P, Don R Baer, Sumner SJ, Fennell TR, Lust RM and Wingard CJ*
Research Article: J Nanomedic Nanotechnol 2015, S6-006