Daniel Marchand

Daniel Marchand


Office: 219 Centennial Science Hall
Phone: 715-425-3538

Email: daniel.marchand@uwrf.edu


BS: St. John's University-1981
PhD: University of Minnesota-1987
Post-Doctoral: Oregon State University-1986 to 1990

Courses Taught:

  • Chem 120- Introduction to General Chemistry
  • Chem 121- General Chemistry I
  • Chem 130- Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • Chem 233- Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
  • Chem 230- General Organic Chemistry
  • Chem 355- Separation Science Laboratory
  • Chem 461- Pharmacology

Research Interests:

Development of high-resolution chromatographic methods for the analysis of biomolecules

Professional Activities:

  • Member or the Minnesota Chromatorgraphy Forum


Recent Publications With Undergraduate Students:

Relevance of pi –pi and dipole–dipole interactions for retention on cyano and phenyl columns in reversed-phase liquid chromatography. K. Croes, A. Steffens, D.H. Marchand, L.R. Snyder. Journal of Chromatography A. 1098 (2005). 123-130.

Slow equilibration of reversed-phase columns for the separation of ionized solutes. D.H. Marchand, L.A. Williams, J.W. Dolan, L.R. Snyder. Journal of Chromatography A. 1015 (2003). 53-64.


Taught at Linfield College-1990 to 1991
Worked for LC Resources Inc.-1990 to 2001