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Nedialka I. Iordanova, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
College of Arts & Sciences
Georgia Southwestern State University,
800 GSW State University Dr., Americus GA 31709                  


Office Location: 319 Roney Building

Phone: (229) 931-2334
Fax: (229) 931-2734
Email: nedialka.iordanova@gsw.edu




  BIOGRAPHY back to top

1997: M.S. in Chemistry,  Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski

2003: Ph.D. in Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University

2003-2005: Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

2005-2009: Assistant Professor, Georgia Southwestern State University

2009-present: Associate Professor, Georgia Southwestern State University

  COURSES  back to top

Principles of Chemistry I Lab- Chem 1211 Lab

Principles of Chemistry II - Chem 1212

Principles of Chemistry II Lab -  Chem 1212L

Physical Chemistry I - Chem 4401

Physical Chemistry I Lab - Chem 4401L

Everyday Chemistry - Chem1020

Chemistry Seminar I - Chem 4491

Honor Seminar - Hons2000



1.      Jasmine D. Crenshaw, Simon R. Phillpot, Nedialka Iordanova, and Susan D. Sinnott “Modeling Reaction Pathways of Low Energy Particle Deposition on Thiophene via Ab Initio Calculations” Chem. Phys. Lett. 510 (2011)

2.      Michelle Morton, Joseph Barron, Travis Kemper, Susan B. Sinnott, and Nedialka Iordanova “Modeling Reaction Pathways  of Low Energy Particle Deposition on Polymer Surfaces via First Principle Calculations” J. Phys. Chem. A 115, (2011)

3.      Bryce Devine, Inkook Jang, Travis Kemper, Donghwa Lee, Julian D. Gale, Nedialka Iordanova and Susan B. Sinnott “A Multilevel Computational Analysis of Fluorocarbon Polyatomic Deposition on Diamond”, J. Phys. Chem. C, 114, (2010)

4.      Ioannis Kerkines, Keiji Morokuma, Nedialka Iordanova, and A. A. Viggiano “Experimental and Theoretical Study of the Reaction of POCl3- ion with O2”, J. Chem. Phys. 132, 1  (2010)

5.      Claudio Carra, Nedialka Iordanova, and Sharon Hammes-Schiffer, “Proton-coupled electron transfer in a model for tyrosine oxidation in Photosystem II”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Additions and Corrections 5/ 29/2008)

6.      Nedialka Iordanova, Michel Dupuis and Kevin M. Rosso, “Theoretical characterization of charge transport in chromia (α-Cr2O3)”, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 074710  (2005)

7.      Nedialka Iordanova, Michel Dupuis and Kevin M. Rosso, “Charge transport in metal oxides: A theoretical study of hematite α-Fe2O3”, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 144305  (2005)


Charge  transfer reactions

Studying Reaction Mechanisms using ab initio methods

Theoretical Characterization of Polymer Surface Modification


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