Stanley I Sandler

Stanley Sandler
  • H.B. duPont Chair of Chemical Engineering
  • Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry

233 CLB
University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware 19716
302-831-4466 (fax)

  • Doctorate - 1966 University of Minnesota
  • Bachelors - 1962 City College of New York

"The major expense in the chemical pharmaceutical industries is the separations and purifications processes that are largely designed on the basis of phase equilibrium. Thermophysical properties and phase equilibria also play important roles in biochemical processing, environmental engineering and risk and safety analysis. Our research program encompasses each of these areas and includes basic theory, experimental measurements, and supercomputer simulation."

XSelected Publications

For a complete listing of publications, please view the Full CV.
  1. D. S. H. Wong and S. I. Sandler, "A Theoretically Correct New Mixing Rule for Cubic Equations of State", AIChE Journal 38, 671, (1992)
  2. S.-T. Lin and S. I. Sandler, "A Priori Phase Equilibrium Prediction from a Segment Contribution Solvation Model", I&EC Research 41, 2332, (2002)
  3. J. B. Klauda and S. I. Sandler, "Global Distribution of Methane Hydrate in Ocean Sediment", Energy and Fuels 19, 459, (2005)
  4. S. I. Sandler, "Thermodynamics", fifth Edition 24, 641, (2006)
  5. S. I. Sandler, "Chemical, Biochemical and Engineering Thermodynamics, Fourth Edition", (2006)
  6. S. I. Sandler, "An Introduction to Applied Statistical Thermodynamics, Fourth Edition", (2010)
  7. S. I. Sandler and H. Orbey, "On the Thermodynamics of Microbial Growth Process", Biotechnology and Bioengineering 38, 697, (1991)
  8. Ahmed, A. and Sandler, S. I., "Physicochemical Properties of Hazardous Energetic Compounds from Molecular Simulaiton", Chem. Theory and Computation 9, 2389, (2013)
  9. S. I. Sandler, "Thermodynamics", 5th Edition, (2007)
  10. K. L. Phillips, S. I. Sandler, R. W. Greene, D. M. Di Toro, "Quantum Mechanical Predictions of the Henry's Law Constants and Their Temperature Dependence for the 209 Polychlorinated Biphenyl Congeners", Envirn. Sci. & Tech. 42, 8412, (2008)


XSelected Awards

For a complete listing of awards, please view the Full CV.
  1. PPEPPD Eminence Award, Suzhou, China: 2010
  2. Hikal Distinguished Lectureship Award and Medal (CHEMCON: 2004)
  3. Charted Enginer (Europe): 2004
  4. Charted Scientist (Europe: 2004)
  5. Honorary Professorial Fellow (University of Melbourne: 2004 - 2009)
  6. Founders Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Chemical Engineering (American Institute of Chemical Engineers: 2004)
  7. Miegunyah Fellow (University of Melbourne: 2003)
  8. E. V. Murphree Award (American Chemical Society: 1998)
  9. Rossini Lecturer, Commission 1.2 (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry: 1997)
  10. Inaugural E. A. Mason Memorial Lecturer (Brown University: 1997)

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