Manar Alherech.

Manar Alherech

20242024

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Manar Alherech's interests focus on the application of liquid-liquid chromatographic techniques, specifically centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC) and countercurrent chromatography, to the isolation of valuable compounds. Manar’s doctoral work at the University of Wisconsin-Madison focused on the recovery of monomers from oxidatively depolymerized poplar lignin using CPC. He also has industrial experience isolating various cannabinoids using CPC through his work at Gilson Inc. as an applications scientist. Additionally, Manar has an interest in nuclear magnetic resonance characterization and programming models for liquid-liquid chromatographic separations. 

Research Interests

Liquid-liquid chromatography 
 
Lignin conversion and characterization 
 
Nuclear magnetic resonance 

Education/Academic Qualification

Bachelor, Chemistry, Binghamton University

PhD, Organic Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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