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Terry Gullion, Ph.D.



Ph.D., College of William & Mary

Fellow of the American Physical Society

Benedum Distinguished Scholar at West Virginia University.

Research interest in physical chemistry, the development and application of solid state NMR spectroscopy.

Teaching Fields

Physical Chemistry

Courses Offered

  • CHEM 341
  • CHEM 440


1. J. Carr, H. Wang, A. Abraham and T. Gullion, “L-Cysteine Interaction with Au55 Nanoparticle”,  J. Phys. Chem. C  2012116, 25816-25823.

2. E. Mihaliuk and T. Gullion, “Optical Lever for Monitoring the Magic Angle”,  J. Magnetic Resonance  2012223, 46-50.

3. A. Abraham, A. Iliot, J. Miller and T. Gullion, ””1H MAS NMR Study of Cysteine-coated Gold Nanoparticles”,  J. Phys. Chem. B  2012116, 7771-7775.

4. T. Gullion, “Recollections of REDOR”,  J. Magn. Reson.  2011213, 418-420.

5. E. Mihaliuk and T. Gullion, ””Using heat to control the sample spinning speed in MAS NMR””,  J. Magn. Reson.  2011212, 249-253.

6. A. Abraham, E. Mihaliuk, B. Kumar, J. Legleiter and T. Gullion, “Solid-State NMR Study of Cysteine on Gold Nanoparticles”,  J. Phys. Chem. C  2010114, 18109-18114.

7. T. Gullion, T-Y. Yu, M. Singh, G. J. Patti, G. S. Potter and J. Schaefer, “Oxygen-17 Appears Only in Protein in Water-Stressed Soybean Leaves Labeled by (17)O(2)”,  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  2010132, 10802-10807.

8. E. Yamaguchi, K. Yamauchi, T. Gullion, and T. Asakura, “Structural analysis of the Gly-rich region in spider dragline silk using stable-isotope labeled sequential model peptides and solid-state NMR”,  Chem. Comm.  2009Issue 28, 4176-4178.

Review chapters

1. T. Gullion, “Dipolar Recoupling of Heteronuclear Spin Pairs by Rotational-Echo, Double-Resonance NMR”,  Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, (ed. R. A. Meyers), John Wiley, New York ( 2010).

2. T. Gullion, “Recent Applications of REDOR to Biological Problems”,  Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy, (ed. Graham Webb), Academic Press, Volume 65, 111-137 ( 2009).