John PariseJohn B. Parise, Professor

Joint Appointment with the Department of Geosciences

Ph.D. James Cook University, Australia, 1981
Australia-Japan Business Cooperation Committee Research Fellowship 1977-78
Visiting Research Scientist, E.I. DuPont, 1982-1983, 1986-1987, 1988-1989

Phone: (631) 632-8196





Inorganic Chemistry

Our present understanding of the properties of solid-state materials depends heavily on a knowledge of their structure. We are investigating the relationship between structure and properties in framework compounds. These are materials, which include the molecular sieves and the perovskites, composed of corner-connected polyhedral structural elements. The molecular sieves contain regularly spaced channels with dimensions close to those of small molecules (5-18Å). Sieves based upon corner-connected SiO4- tetrahedra are used extensively in chemical reforming processes, selective catalysis, synthesis, and ion exchange processes. Under appropriate conditions, the regularly spaced pores and channels in these materials can be manipulated to produce platforms suitable for ship-in-the-bottle-type chemistry. Aspects of this work are being pursued with collaborators at the DuPont Chemical Company.

One important aspect of this work is the search for new framework compositions that may have properties not envisioned for the main group of metal-oxide molecular sieves. New frameworks based upon sulfur and fluorine rather than oxygen, and new routes to their synthesis, are being explored. Precursor materials are contacted with templates, usually tertiary or quaternary amines, which impose their shape on the framework crystallizing around them. By choosing appropriate conditions of temperature, pressure, templating agent, and pH, novel frameworks are being synthesized and tested for thermal stability, sorption capacity, and optical properties.

Another project concentrates on the synthesis and properties of nonlinear optical materials. In collaboration with DuPont Chemical, we are investigating new synthetic routes using the hydrothermal apparatus in the Department of Geosciences.

We are also engaged in a program of exploratory synthesis using the unique high-pressure facilities available at Stony Brook. The ability to generate very high pressures in the 2,000-ton press housed at the Department of Earth and Space Sciences allows us to generate rich O2, S and H2O environments. Several novel oxides have so far been synthesized and await structural characterization. This chemistry is in its infancy and shows much promise.

To complement the synthetic effort, we have a strong commitment to structural characterization. We have access to state-of-the-art, in-house X-ray diffraction (both powder and single crystal) as well as facilities at the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Here we employ neutron and X-ray diffraction to study the structural response of synthetic materials to changes in temperature and pressure. This provides primary data for the evaluation of materials under conditions approximating those expected for working catalysts. We have extensive contacts with other national laboratories.


Pressure-induced phase transition in PrAlO3. Kennedy BJ, Vogt T, Martin CD, Parise JB, Hriljac JA. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 14 (6): 2644-2648 JUN 2002

The crystal structures of cesanite and its synthetic analogue - A comparison. Piotrowski A, Kahlenberg V, Fischer RX, Lee Y, Parise JB. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 87 (5-6): 715-720 MAY-JUN 2002

Hydrothermal synthesis and structural characterization of the aluminogermanate analogues of JBW, montesommaite, analcime and paracelsian. Tripathi A, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 52 (2): 65-78 APR 2002

A new polymorph of eucryptite (LiAlSiO4), epsilon-eucryptite, and thermal expansion of alpha- and epsilon-eucryptite at high pressure. Zhang JZ, Celestian A, Parise JB, Xu HU, Heaney PJ. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 87 (4): 566-571 APR 2002

Cation ordering and electrochemical properties of the cathode materials LiZnxMn2-O-x(4), 0 < x <= 0.5: A Li-6 magic-angle spinning NMR spectroscopy and diffraction study. Lee YJ, Park SH, Eng C, Parise JB, Grey CP.CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 14 (1): 194-205 JAN 2002

Pressure-induced orthorhombic to rhombohedral phase transition in LaGaO3. Kennedy BJ, Vogt T, Martin CD, Parise JB, Hriljac JA. JOURNAL OF PHYSICS-CONDENSED MATTER, 13 (48): L925-L930 DEC 3 2001

First structural investigation of a super-hydrated zeolite. Lee Y, Hriljac JA, Vogt T, Parise JB, Artioli G. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 123 (50): 12732-12733 DEC 19 2001

Sandia octahedral molecular sieves (SOMS): Structural and property effects of charge-balancing the M-IV-substituted (M = Ti, Zr) niobate framework. Nyman M, Tripathi A, Parise JB, Maxwell RS, Nenoff TM. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 124 (8): 1704-1713 FEB 27 2002

Crystal structure analysis of synthetic Ca4Fe1.5Al17.67O32: A high-pressure, spinel-related phase. Kahlenberg V, Shaw CSJ, Parise JB. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 86 (11-12): 1477-1482 NOV-DEC 2001

Hydrous phases and hydrogen bonding at high pressure. Prewitt CT, Parise JB. HIGH-TEMPERATURE AND HIGH-PRESSURE CRYSTAL CHEMISTRY REVIEWS IN MINERALOGY & GEOCHEMISTRY, 41: 309-333 2000

Synthesis and characterization of novel microporous and condensed metal niobate and silicotitanate materials. Nenoff TM, Nyman M, Tripathi A, Parise JB, Ewing RC. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 222: 205-NUCL Part 2 AUG 2001

Phase transition of zeolite RHO at high-pressure. Lee Y, Hriljac JA, Vogt T, Parise JB, Edmondson MJ, Anderson PA, Corbin DR, Nagai T. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 123 (34): 8418-8419 AUG 29 2001

Yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG) films through a precursor plasma spraying technique. Parukuttyamma SD, Margolis J, Liu HM, Grey CP, Sampath S, Herman H, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CERAMIC SOCIETY, 84 (8): 1906-1908 AUG 2001

New insight into cation relocations within the pores of zeolite Rho: In situ synchrotron X-ray and neutron powder diffraction studies of Pb- and Cd-exchanged Rho. Lee Y, Reisner BA, Hanson JC, Jones GA, Parise JB, Corbin DR, Toby BH, Freitag A, Larese JZ. JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B, 105 (30): 7188-7199 AUG 2 2001

Synchrotron studies of phase transformations. Parise JB. TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES IN MINERALS REVIEWS IN MINERALOGY & GEOCHEMISTRY, 39: 285-318 2000

Observation of cation reordering during the olivine-spinel transition in fayalite by in situ synchrotron x-ray diffraction at high pressure and temperature. Chen JH, Weidner DJ, Parise JB, Vaughan MT, Raterron P. PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 86 (18): 4072-4075 APR 30 2001

Sr3Ga4O9 - a strontium gallate with a new type of tetrahedral layer structure. Kahlenberg V, Parise JB.

K5.76Ga5.76Si10.24O32 center dot 3.4H(2)O, a gallo-silicate with the zeolite gismondine topology. Tripathi A, Parise JB, Kim SJ, Lee YJ, Uh YS. ACTA CRYSTALLOGRAPHICA SECTION C-CRYSTAL STRUCTURE COMMUNICATIONS, 57: 344-346 Part 4 APR 15 2001

Na-8[Zn4Ge8O18(OH)(12)]center dot 2H(2)O: An interrupted-framework zincogermanate built from [GeO3(OH)] and [Ge-2(OH)(2)] units. Reisner BA, Tripathi A, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 11 (3): 887-890 2001

A new family of octahedral molecular sieves: Sodium Ti/Zr-IV niobates. Nyman M, Tripathi A, Parise JB, Maxwell RS, Harrison WTA, Nenoff TM. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 123 (7): 1529-1530 FEB 21 2001

Structural changes and cation site ordering in Na and K forms of aluminogermanates with the zeolite gismondine topology. Tripathi A, Parise JB, Kim SJ, Lee Y, Johnson GM, Uh YS. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 12 (12): 3760-3769 DEC 2000

The stuffed framework structure of BaGa2O4. Kahlenberg V, Fischer RX, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY, 154 (2): 612-618 NOV 1 2000

A new porous lithosilicate with a high ionic conductivity and ion-exchange capacity. Park SH, Parise JB, Gies H, Liu HM, Grey GP, Toby BH. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 122 (44): 11023-11024 NOV 8 2000

Understanding negative thermal expansion and 'trap door' cation relocations in zeolite rho. Reisner BA, Lee Y, Hanson JC, Jones GA, Parise JB, Corbin DR, Toby BH, Freitag A, Larese JZ, Kahlenberg V. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (22): 2221-2222 2000

Dynamic powder crystallography with synchrotron X-ray sources. Parise JB, Cahill CL, Lee YJ. CANADIAN MINERALOGIST, 38: 777-800 Part 4 AUG 2000

Structure-directing agents and stacking faults in the CON system: a combined crystallographic and computer simulation study.Toby BH, Khosrovani N, Dartt CD, Davis ME, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 39 (1-2): 77-89 SEP 2000

Structural and Sr2+ ion exchange studies of gallosilicate TsG-1. Lee YJ, Kim SJ, Schoonen MAA, Parise JB.
CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 12 (6): 1597-1603 JUN 2000

High-pressure neutron-diffraction study of FeS. Marshall WG, Nelmes RJ, Loveday JS, Klotz S, Besson JM, Hamel G, Parise JB. PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 61 (17): 11201-11204 MAY 1 2000

Hydrothermal synthesis and structure of Li4B4Si8O24. Parise JB, Gier TE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INORGANIC MATERIALS, 2 (1): 81-86 FEB 2000

In situ time-resolved X-ray diffraction of iron sulfides during hydrothermal pyrite growth. Cahill CL, Benning LG, Barnes HL, Parise JB. CHEMICAL GEOLOGY, 167 (1-2): 53-63 JUN 5 2000

On the formation of framework indium sulfides. Cahill CL, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS, 9: 1475-1482 2000

Shock synthesis of nanocrystalline Si by thermal spraying. Goswami R, Sampath S, Herman H, Parise JB.
JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH , 14 (9): 3489-3492 SEP 1999

Hydrogen bonding interactions in phase A [Mg7Si2O8(OH)(6)] at ambient and high pressure. Kagi H, Parise JB, Cho H, Rossman GR, Loveday JS. PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS, 27 (4): 225-233 MAR 2000

Na2Al2Ge3O10 center dot 2H(2)O: an aluminogermanate with the tetranatrolite topology. Tripathi A, Johnson GM, Kim SJ, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 10 (2): 451-455 FEB 2000

Synthesis and crystal structures of gallium- and germanium-variants of the fibrous zeolites with the NAT, EDI and THO structure types. Lee Y, Kim SJ, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 34 (3): 255-271 MAR 2000

Synthesis and single-crystal structure of a lithium aluminogermanate with the zeolite ABW topology. Tripathi A, Kim SJ, Johnson GM, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 34 (3): 273-279 MAR 2000

Structure of a new Al-rich phase, [K, Na](0.9)[Mg, Fe](2)[Mg, Fe, Al, Si](6)O-12, synthesized at 24 Gpa. Gasparik T, Tripathi A, Parise JB. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 85 (3-4): 613-618 MAR-APR 2000

Diamond synthesis by high-velocity thermal spray: The laboratory analogue of a meteorite impact. Goswami R, Herman H, Sampath S, Parise JB. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, 15 (1): 25-28 JAN 2000

The nuclear and magnetic structure of ''white rust'' - Fe(OH0.86D0.14)(2). Parise JB, Marshall WG, Smith RI, Lutz HD, Moller H. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 85 (1): 189-193 JAN 2000

Flexibility and cation distribution upon lithium exchange of aluminosilicate and aluminogermanate materials with the RHO topology. Johnson GM, Reisner BA, Tripathi A, Corbin DR, Toby BH, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 11 (10): 2780-2787 OCT 1999

High-pressure neutron diffraction studies on laurionite-type Pb(OD)Br. Peter S, Parise JB, Smith RI, Lutz HD.

Structural studies of hydrated germanium X-type zeolite via Rietveld analysis of synchrotron powder X-ray diffraction data. Johnson GM, Lee YJ, Tripathi A, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 31 (1-2): 195-204 OCT 1999

A novel approach for identifying and synthesizing high dielectric materials. Park JH, Parise JB, Woodward PM, Lubomirsky I, Stafsudd O. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS RESEARCH, 14 (8): 3192-3195 AUG 1999

New route for synthesizing Mn-silicalite-1. Ko YH, Kim SJ, Kim MH, Park JH, Parise JB, Uh YS.

Hydrogen repulsion "transition" in Co(OD)(2) at high pressure? Parise JB, Loveday JS, Nelmes RJ, Kagi H.
PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS, 83 (2): 328-331 JUL 12 1999

[N(CH3)(4)](4)H12Ge9O26.14H(2)O. Tripathi A, Young VG, Johnson GM, Cahill CL, Parise JB.

Structural characterization of the gallosilicate TsG-1, K10Ga10Si22O64 center dot 5H(2)O, with the CGS framework topology. Lee YJ, Kim SJ, Wu G, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 11 (4): 879-+ APR 1999

Structure of the high-pressure phase III of iron sulfide. Nelmes RJ, McMahon MI, Belmonte SA, Parise JB.
PHYSICAL REVIEW B, 59 (14): 9048-9052 APR 1 1999

Synthesis and structure of a microporous aluminogermanate with the zeolite rho topology. Johnson GM, Tripathi A, Parise JB. MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS, 28 (1): 139-154 MAR 1999

Novel routes for the preparation of a range of germanium containing zeolites. Johnson GM, Tripathi A, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 11 (1): 10-+ JAN 1999

Synthesis, structure, and dielectric properties of (Bi1/2Ag1/2)TiO3. Park JH, Woodward PM, Parise JB, Reeder RJ, Lubomirsky I, Stafsudd O. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 11 (1): 177-183 JAN 1999

Composition, stability, and structure of a new member of the aenigmatite group, Na2Mg4+xFe2-2x3+Si6+xO20, synthesized at 13-14 Gpa. Gasparik T, Parise JB, Reeder RJ, Young VG, Wilford WS. AMERICAN MINERALOGIST, 84 (3): 257-266 MAR 1999

Predictive modeling and high-pressure - High-temperature synthesis of perovskites containing monovalent silver. Park JH, Woodward PM, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS , 10 (10): 3092-3100 OCT 1998

Phase transition upon K+ ion exchange into Na low silica X: Combined NMR and synchrotron X-ray powder diffraction study. Lee YJ, Carr SW, Parise JB CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS 10 (9): 2561-2570 SEP 1998

A reaction cell for in situ studies of hydrothermal titration. Norby P, Cahill C, Koleda C, Parise JB.

A novel layered indium sulfide material consisting of corner and edge shared InS4 tetrahedra: synthesis and structural characterization Of DPA-InS-SB3.Cahill CL, Gugliotta B, Parise JB. CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, (16): 1715-1716 AUG 21 1998

In situ studies of the properties of materials under high-pressure and temperature conditions using multi-anvil apparatus and synchrotron X-rays. Parise JB, Weidner DJ, Chen J, Liebermann RC, Chen G. ANNUAL REVIEW OF MATERIALS SCIENCE, 28: 349-374 1998

Elastic properties of hydrous ringwoodite (gamma-phase) in Mg2SiO4. Inoue T, Weidner DJ, Northrup PA, Parise JB. EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, 160 (1-2): 107-113 JUL 1998

Structure of microporous QUI-MnGS-1 and in situ studies of its formation using time-resolved synchrotron x-ray powder diffraction. Cahill CL, Ko YH, Hanson JC, Tan KM, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 10 (5): 1453-1458 MAY 1998

X-ray and electron diffraction studies of a new Na-containing high pressure phase:Na0.7Mg1.8Fe3+0.3Si2.2O7. Wilford WS, Parise JB, Reeder RJ, Gasparik T, Young V. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 215: 345-INOR Part 1 APR 2 1998

Rietveld refinement using time resolved data. Parise JB, Cahill C, Chen J. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 215: 382-INOR Part 1 APR 2 1998

Pressure dependence of hydrogen bonding in metal deuteroxides: a neutron powder diffraction study of Mn(OD)(2) and beta-Co(OD)(2.) Parise JB, Theroux B, Li R, Loveday JS, Marshall WG, Klotz S. PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS, 25 (2): 130-137 JAN 1998

A novel 3-dimensional open framework sulfide based upon the [In10S20](10-) supertetrahedron: DMA-InS-SB1. Cahill CL, Ko YH, Parise JB. CHEMISTRY OF MATERIALS, 10 (1): 19-21 JAN 1998