Scott Bembenek

B.S. Chemistry, Carrol College, 1993; Ph.D. University of Kansas, 1997; Postdoc, Army Research Laboratory, 1997-1999;


Phone: (970)-491-5653


Curriculum Vitae

SC99 presentation on amorphous silica (SiO2)



S. D. Bembenek & B. B. Laird, "Instantaneous Normal-Modes and The Glass-Transition." Phys. Rev Lett. 74, 936-939 (1995).

S. D. Bembenek & B. B. Laird, "The role of localization in glasses and supercooled liquids." J. Chem. Phys. 104, (13) 5199-5208 (1996).

B. B. Laird & S. D. Bembenek, "Localization and the Glass Transition. " J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 8, 9569-9573 (1996).

T. E. Baroni, S. D. Bembenek, J. A. Heppert, R. R. Hodel, B. B. Laird, M. D. Morton, F. Takusagawa, "Hydrogen Bonding in Free Acids of Tungsten.", Coordination Chemistry Reviews 174, 255-282 (1998).

S. D. Bembenek & B. M. Rice, "Transitioning Model Potentials to Real Systems." , Mol. Phys. 97, 1085-1094 (1999).

S. D. Bembenek & B. M. Rice, "Transitioning model potentials to real systems. II. Application to molecular oxygen." , J. Chem. Phys. 113, 2354 (2000).

S. D. Bembenek & B. B. Laird, "Instantaneous normal modes analysis of amorphous and supercooled silica." , J. Chem. Phys. 114, 2340 (2000).

S. D. Bembenek & G. Szamel, "The Role of Attractive Interactions in Self-Diffusion", J. Phys. Chem. B 104, 10647 (2000).