Shulamith Schlick

Shulamith Salomeia Schlick, DSc

Department: Chemistry & Biochemistry

Agencies/Organizations Which Have Funded Dr. Schlick's Work:

  • Research Corporation
  • National Science Foundation
  • American Association of University Women (AAUW)
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • Petroleum Fund of the American Chemical Society
  • NATO Scientific Programs (in association with French scientists)
  • General Motors Electrochemical Energy Research Lab
  • Ford Motor Company University Research Programs
  • Dow Company
  • W.L. Gore

Keywords for Research Interests:

Electron spin resonance (ESR) spectroscopy; ESR Imaging; FTIR Spectroscopy; mechanism of membrane degradation in fuel cells; in-situ fuel cell; spin trapping ESR; membrane electrode assembly (MEA); gas crossover.

Dr. Schlick's UDM faculty profile.  

Recent Publications:

Danilczuk, M.; Lancucki.; Schlick, S., Hamrock, S.J.; Haugen, G.M.  In-Depth Profiling of Degradation Processes in a Fuel Cell:  2D Spectral-Spacial FTIR Sepctra of Nafion Membrances, ACS Macro Lett. 2012, 1, 280-285.

Lancucki, L.; Schlick, S.; Danilczuk, M.; Coms, F.D.; Kruczala, K. Sulfonated Poly(benzoyl paraphenylene) as a Membrane for PEM FC:  Termal and Chemical Stability, Polym. Degrad. Stab. 2013, 98, 3-11.

Lin, L.; Danilczuk, M.; Schlick, S. ESR Study of Chemical Reactions and Crossover Processes in a Fuel Cell:  Effect of Membrane Thickness.  J. Power Sources,