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Gregory Boutis
Position: Assistant Professor,
Campus Affiliation: Brooklyn College
Phone: (718)951-5418 x2873
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D. Nuclear Science and Technology, MIT
Research Interests: Physics, Molecular Biophysics

Boutis Group Magnetic Resonance Research Laboratory Projects :


  • SPIN DIFFUSION IN A RIGID SOLID
  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF ELASTIN
  • AVERAGE HAMILTONIAN THEORY
  • NMR HARDWARE DEVELOPMENT




Selected Publications:
BOUTIS GROUP PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

2012
Zelenova, Y., S. W. Morgan and G. S. Boutis, "Analysis of pulse artifacts in eight-pulse spin-counting NMR sequences" submitted.

18. Morgan, S., V. Oganesyan and G. S. Boutis, "Multispin correlations and pseudo-thermalization of the transient density matrix in solid-state NMR: free induction decay and magic echo" Phys. Rev. B 86, 214410 2012 PDF

17. Huang, J., C. Sun, O. Mitchell, N. Ng, Z. Wang and G.S. Boutis, "On the inverse temperature transition and development of an entropic elastomeric force of the elastin mimetic peptide [LGGVG]3,7" J. Chem. Phys. 136, 085101. 2012 PDF

16. Ma, X., C. Sun, J. Huang and G.S. Boutis. "Thermal Hysteresis in the Backbone and Side Chain Dynamics of the Elastin Mimetic Peptide [VPGVG]3 Revealed by 2H NMR." J. Phys. Chem. B.116 (1),555–564. 2012 PDF