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Amanda Smalley

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Salem Campus

Saint Martin's University - Lacey, WA 98503
900 State Street
Salem  Oregon  97301


Chemistry Department
Taught Classes: 2004, 2006-2007
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Address: Saint Martin's University, 5300 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey, WA 98503
Affiliation: Department of Chemistry -- Saint Martin's University


  • B.S. Western Washington University; M.S., Ph.D. University of Oregon

Professional Interests

  • Ultra-thin-film semiconducting materials for thermoelectrics applications; characterization of ultra-thin films via X-ray diffraction, electron probe microscopy, and electron back-scatter diffraction.

Other Interests

  • American tribal style bellydance


  • A. L. E. Smalley, Q. Lin, D. C. Johnson, J. Martin, G. S. Nolas, "The Synthesis of the Compounds Ln xCo 4Ge 6Se 6, (Ln = Ce, Eu, Yb.)", submitted to Chemistry of Materials.
  • A. L. E. Smalley, M. L. Jespersen, D. C. Johnson. “The Synthesis and Structural Evolution of RuSb 3, a New Metastable Skutterudite compound”, Inorganic Chemistry 43 (8), 2486-2490 (2004).
  • R. Chen, M. Yoon, A. Smalley, D. C. Johnson, D. R. Tyler. “Investigation of the Origin of Tensile Stress-Induced Rate Enhancements in the Photochemical Degradation of Polymers”, Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (10), 3054-3055 (2004).
  • A. L. E. Smalley, S. Kim, D. C. Johnson. “The Effects of Composition and Annealing on the Electrical Properties of CoSb 3”, Chemistry of Materials 15, 3847-3851 (2003).
  • J. R. Williams, A. L. E. Smalley, H. Sellinschegg, C. Daniels-Hafer, J. Harris, M. B. Johnson, D. C. Johnson. “Synthesis of Crystalline Skutterudite Superlattices Using the Modulated Elemental Reactant Method” Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (34), 10335-10341 (2003).
  • P. A. Berseth, T. A. Hughes, R. Schneidmiller, A. Smalley, D. C. Johnson. “Low temperature synthesis using modulated elemental reactants: a new metastable ternary compound, Ni xMoSe 2” Solid State Sciences 4, 717-722 (2002).
Willamette University

Department of Chemistry

Willamette University
900 State Street
Salem Oregon 97301 U.S.A.
503-370-6013 voice
503-375-5425 fax