Kenneth Klabunde Ph.D.

Position Department / Business Unit
Dept. of Chemistry
Institution Disciplines
Kansas State University Chemistry
City State / Provence
Manhattan Kansas
Country Website
U.S.A. link

Kenneth Klabunde is University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Kansas State University.

In 1998 he was named “Outstanding Chemist in the Midwest” by the American Chemical Society. A leader in metal atom chemistry, he designed the first metal atom reactor for general commercial use. In the new field of nanoscale particles, he has designed adsorbent powders for environmental clean-up, scrubbing of acid gases, and the protection of soldiers from chemical and biological weapons. He has given six invited American Chemical Society lecture tours and 20 international lecture tours. He helped establish the Council for Chemical Research, which promotes academic-industry relations


Ph.D. 1969

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