Nathan Rabideaux

nmr135 [at]
(973) 353-5579
Olson Hall - 312

Nathan Rabideaux oversees materials research instrumentation facilities in the Departments of Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Sciences, and Physics in the School of Arts and Sciences at Rutgers University-Newark. Dr. Rabideaux has expertise in clay mineralogy, sediment geochemistry and materials science, with research interests in scientific drilling and coring, paleoclimates, paleoenvironments, and how past environmental and climate change impacted life. His major responsibilities include managing multiple materials characterization facilities, including PolyRUN (TA Instruments TGA, DSC, DMA, and Rheometer), the SEM Laboratory (Hitachi S-4800 FE-SEM with EDAX EDS and transmission electron detector), and the X-ray Laboratory (multiple powder XRD and single crystal diffraction instruments), as well as the machine shop in Physics. Contact Dr. Rabideaux to learn more about these facilities and how we can help address your research needs.

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