Nadine obtained her undergraduate degree in chemistry at the Université de Sherbrooke in Quebec, Canada. Through her undergrad, she conducted research in organic chemistry labs at McGill University, at Imperial College London and at the pharmaceuticals Merck Frosst in Montreal and Sanofi-Aventis in Germany. Nadine then undertook a master’s degree in organometallics and total synthesis at the University of Toronto. She is now pursuing a Ph.D. in atmospheric chemistry and strives to add an organic chemistry perspective to her research which focuses on characterizing the fate of organo-N compounds in the atmosphere using mass spectrometry and ion chromatography.
Ab Rani, Mohd. Azri; Borduas, Nadine; Colquhoun, Victoria; Hanley, Robert; Johnson, Henry; Larger, Solene; Lickiss, Paul D.; Llopis-Mestre, Veronica; Luu, Selina; Mogstad, Martin; et al. The potential of methylsiloxanes as solvents for synthetic chemistry applications. Green Chemistry (2014), 16(3), 1282-1296.
Borduas, Nadine; Abbatt, Jonathan P. D.; Murphy, Jennifer G. Gas Phase Oxidation of Monoethanolamine (MEA) with OH Radical and Ozone: Kinetics, Products, and Particles. Environmental Science & Technology (2013), 47(12), 6377-6383.
Van den Boer, T. C.; Markovic, M. Z.; Petroff, A.; Czar, M. F.; Borduas, N.; Murphy, J. G. Ion chromatographic separation and quantitation of alkyl methylamines and ethylamines in atmospheric gas and particulate matter using preconcentration and suppressed conductivity detection. Journal of Chromatography A (2012), 1252, 74-83.
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