Fred Hileman

Dr. Fred Hileman

Visiting Assistant Professor
Director: UWF Mass Spectrometry Center
Office: Bldg. 6, Room 109
Email:fhileman@uwf.edu

Phone: 850-857-6108

Education:
M.S., Chemistry, Wright State University, 1973
Ph.D., Analytical Chemistry, University of Utah, 1978.

Awards:
Appointed a Monsanto Science Fellow, 1985
1998 Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award, “A New Process for 4-Aminodiphenylamine” presented at the National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C. June 1998.

Affiliations:
Center for Environmental Diagnostics and Remediation
American Chemical Society
American Society for Mass Spectrometry

Courses Taught:
CHM 1032 - Fundamentals of General Chemistry
CHM 1032L - Fundamentals of General Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 2045L - General Chemistry I Laboratory
CHM 2210 - Organic Chemistry I
CHM 3120 - Analytical Chemistry
CHM 3120L - Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
CHM 4930 Advanced Topics in Chemistry- Mass Spectrometry

Research:
Analytical applications of mass spectrometry; chromatographic techniques; ultra trace analytical methodology; environmental chemistry; chemical process development; monitoring advanced biodegradation techniques.

Selected Books:
Pyrolysis Mass Spectrometry of Recent and Fossil Biomaterials: Compendium and Atlas, H. Meuzelaar, J. Haverkamp, F. Hileman, Techniques and Instrumentation in Analytical Chemistry – Volume 3, Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam, 1982.


Human Exposure Assessment to Airborne Pollutants, Advances and Opportunities. P. Lioy, J. Daisy, F. Hileman, P. Hopke, M. Jayjock, M. Levine, C. Pfaffenberger, J. Schroy, J. Stetter, C. Weschler and J. Wesolowski, (National Academy of Science Committee on Advances in Assessing Exposure to Airborne Pollutants). National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1991.


Selected Publications:
“A New Route for 4-Aminodiphenylamine via Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution for Hydrogen: Reaction of Aniline and Azobenzene,” M. Stern, B. Cheng, F. Hileman and J. Allman, Journal of Organic Chemistry, 59:5627, (1994).

“Direct Coupling of Aniline and Nitrobenzene: An Example of Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution for Hydrogen” M. Stern, F. Hileman and J. Bashkin, Journal American Chemical Society, 114, 9237, (1992).

“An Analytical Assessment of the Bioavailability of Dioxin Contaminated Soils to Animals”, J. Wendling, F. Hileman, R. Orth, T. Umbreit, E. Hesse and M. Gallo, Chemosphere, 18:925, 1989.

“Experiments on the Mobility of 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin at Times Beach, Missouri”, R. Freeman, F. Hileman, R. Noble, J. Schroy, Solving Hazardous Waste Problems Learning from Dioxins, J. Exner, Ed., ACS Symposium Series 339, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C. 1987, pp 114-130.

“Methods for the Quantitative Determination of Multiple, Specific Polychlorinated Debenzo-p-dioxin and Dibenzofuran Isomers in Human Adipose in the Parts-per-Trillion Range, An Interlaboratory Study”, P. Albro, W. Crummett, A. Dupry, M. Gross, M. Hansson, R. Harless, F. Hileman, D. Hilker, C. Jason, J. Johnson, L. Lamparski, B. Lau, D. McDaniel, J. Meehan, T. Nestrick, M. Nygren, P. O’Keefe, T. Peters, C. Rappe, J. Ryan, L. Smith, D. Stalling, N. Weerasinghe and J. Wendling, Analytical Chemistry 57:2717, 1985.

“Mathematical Modeling of Temperature Programmed Capillary Gas Chromatographic Retention Indices for Polychlorinated Dibenzofurans”, M. Hale, F. Hileman, T. Mazer, T. Shell, R. Noble and J. Brooks, Analytical Chemistry, 57:640, 1985.

“Synthesis of the 38 Tetrachlorodibenzofurans Isomers and Identification by Capillary Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry”, T. Mazer, F. Hileman, R. Noble and J. Brooks, Analytical Chemistry, 55:104, 1983.

“Rapid Microscale Determination of Hydrogen Cyanide in Blood”, R. Darr, R. Capson and F. Hileman, Analytical Chemistry, 52:1379, 1980.

“The Effect of a Phosphorous Bridgehead Atom on the Loss of Neutral Species in the Mass Spectra of Bicyclooctanes”, K. Voorhees, F. Hileman and D. Smith, Organic Mass Spectrometry, 14:459, 1979.

“The Identification of a Highly Toxic Bicyclophosphate in the Combustion Products of a Fire-Retarded Urethane Foam”, K. Voorhees, I. Einhorn, F. Hileman, and L. Wojcik, Journal of Polymer Science, Polymer Letters Edition, 13:293, 1975.

“Pyrolysis of a Flexible Urethane Foam”, F. Hileman, K. Voorhees, L. Wojcik, M. Birky, P. Ryan and I. Einhorn, Journal of Polymer Science, 13:571, 1975.

“In Situ Preparation and Evaluation of Open Pore Polyurethane Chromatographic Columns”, F. Hileman, R. Sievers, G. Hess and W. Ross, Analytical Chemistry, 45:1126, 1973.