PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROFESSOR EMERITUS Asher Mandelbaum (Deceased)
No of theses 15
Department Chemistry
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Tamiri Tsippora 2003 PhD Abstracts Specific Hydrogen Transfer in Difunctional Systems under Electron and Chemical Ionization
Mizrachi Viktoria 2001 PhD Interactions between Functional Groups in Organic Gas Phase Ions
Kuzmenkov Irina 2000 PhD Configurational and Conformational Effects on Fragmentation of Gas-Phase Difunctional Cations
Vais Vladimir 2000 PhD Steric Effects in the Fragmentation of Bifunctional Ring Systems upon Chemical Ionization
Denekamp Chagit 1996 PhD Steric Effects in Gas Phase Protonation Processes upon Chemical Ionization
Ben Ari Julius 2004 PhD Abstracts Steric Effects in Mass Spectrometry Experiment and Theory
Shvily Ronit 1996 PhD Anchimeric and Steric Effects in Fragmentation of Organic Ions in the Gas Phase Under Chemical Ionization
Khaselev Nona 1996 PhD Gas Phase Ion Chemistry of Stereoisomeric Substituted Cyclohexanols and Their Derivatives
Edelson Marina 2001 PhD Chemistry and Stereochemistry of Benzyl-Benzyl Interactions in MH+ ions of Polyfunctional Derivatives
Morlender Natali 1999 PhD The Steric Effects in the Fragmentation of Alicyclic Bifunctional Systems upon Chemical Ionization
Vidawsky Ilan 1992 PhD Fragmentation of Substituted Succinates Under Electronimpact
Vais Vladimir 1996 MSc Stereochemical Effects in Difunctional Systems Upon Ci-Ms
Edelson Marina 1996 MSc Rearrangements of Protonated Benzyl Esters of Dicarboxylic Acids under Chemical Ionization
Averin Olga 1995 MSc Steric Effects in Mass Spectrometry of Substituded Dialkoxyclohexanes
Navon Ilana 1994 MSc Gas Phase Ion Chemistry of Isomeric Difunctionrl Compounds