Matthew J. Eick

Virginia Tech, USA

Matthew J. Eick is an Associate Professor of environmental soil chemistry and a Coordinating Counselor for the environmental science B.S. degree at VA Tech. Prior to coming to VA Tech, he was Assistant Professor of environmental soil chemistry at Louisiana State University. Eick received his Ph.D. degree in environmental soil chemistry from the University of Delaware in 1995 under a NASA graduate fellowship. Eick’s current research interests include the effect of residence time on the desorption kinetics of trace elements from mineral surfaces; the influence of oxyanions on the organic ligand promoted dissolution of oxide surfaces; the influence of organic/inorganic ligands on arsenic sorption on mineral surfaces; the leaching a trace elements from coal combustion products. Eick teaches undergraduate courses in environmental soil chemistry, soils, and environmental science.

Biography Updated on 28 November 2011

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