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Contact Information

Olin Science Center 408
900 State Street
Salem  Oregon  97301


  • Ph.D., University of Oregon
  • B.S., University of California, Berkeley


Professional Interests

Measuring the magnitude of hyperconjugation in biochemical probes using fluorescence and laser techniques; identifying the weak electronic interactions in interesting molecules using quantum chemical calculations within the natural bond orbital (NBO) approximation; determining the relative populations of rotomers by variable temperature NMR studies.


Personal Interests

Basketball, biking, Sudoku, landscaping, crosswords



T. Koenig, C. E. Klopfenstein, S. Southworth, J. A. Hoobler, R. A. Wielesek, T. Balle, W. Snell, and Daniel Imre “Non-Koopmans' theorem effects in the helium(I) photoelectron spectra of polyenes” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 105(8), 2256-2259 (1983).

T. Koenig, Daniel Imre, and James A. Hoobler “Helium (He I) photoelectron spectrum of benzocyclobutadiene” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 101(21), 6446-6447 (1979).

T. Koenig, J. A. Hoobler, C. E. Klopfenstein, G. Hedden, F. Sunderman and B. R. Russell “Electronic configurations of amido radicals” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 96(14), 4573-4577 (1974).

T. Koenig, J. A. Hoobler, and W. R. Mabey, “Thermal decomposition of N-nitrosohydroxylamines. V. Denitrosation and N-tert-butoxy amido radicals” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 94(7), 2514-2515 (1972).
Thomas W. Koenig, M. Deinzer and J. A. Hoobler “Thermal decomposition of N-nitrosohydroxylamines. III. N-Benzoyl-N-nitroso-O-tert-butylhydroxylamine” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 93(4), 938-944 (1971).
Willamette University

Department of Chemistry

900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
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