Listings in Professional Directories:

(1)  American Men and Women of Science

(2)  Who’s Who in America


Honors and Awards:

1.   National Clark Chapter Honor Society

2.   LAILO Awards in Business, Biology, Physics and Chemistry

3.   Pi Mu Epsilon National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity

4.   Woodrow Wilson Honor Studies

5.   T.H. Harris Scholarship

6.   F Freshman Scholastic Award

7.   Superior Cadet Award in ROTC

8.   G.E.’s Corning Award

9.   G.E.’s Management Award

10. G.E.’s Borch Award

11. Percy Julian Award (Physical Chemistry ‘82)

12. Phi Delta Kappa Recognition Award in Physics (‘89)

13. G.E.’s 100 Award

14. Fellow, American Institute of Chemists

15. NORCUS Visiting Professor (1990 - 1991), Battelle/DOE.

16. CASE Professor of the Year (2004)

17. Distinguished Retiree Award-LCTCS(2006)


Present and Former Scientific Society Memberships:

1. American Chemical Society

2. American Institute of Chemists

3. Sigma Xi



1.    Kenneth M. Maloney, “The Thermal Unimolecular Isomerization of Ethyl Isocyanide,” Ph.D. Thesis, University of Washington (1968) University Microfilms, Ann Arbor, Michigan.


2.    K.M. Maloney and B.S. Rabinovitch, “The Thermal Isomerization of Isocyanides. Variation of Molecular Parameters. Ethyl Isocyanide,” J. Phys. Chem. 73 1652 (1969).


3.    K.M. Maloney, S.P. Pavlov, and B.S. Rabinovitch, “Kinetic Isotope Effects in Non-equilibrium Thermal Molecular Reaction Systems. Ethyl Isocyanide-d.” J. - Chem. 73, 2756 (1969).


4.    K.M. Maloney and B.S. Rabinovitch, “Heterogeneous Activation in Thermal Unimolecular Reaction,” J. Phys. Chem. 73, 4483 (1968).


5.    K.M. Maloney, “Heterogeneous Collisional Deactivation in Chemical Activation Systems,” J. Phys. Chem. 74, 4177 (1970).


6.    K.M. Maloney, “Coefficients of Heterogeneity for Kinetic Reaction Systems,” Nature 233, 35 (1971).


7.    K.M. Maloney, “Kinetics of the Zr - Oxygen Active Combustion System,” High Temp Sci. 3, 445 (1971).


8.    K.M. Maloney and T.C.M. Pillay, “The Active Combustion Mechanism and Reaction Kinetics of Single Al and Zr Strands in Oxygen as Determined by High Speed Photography,” Combustion and Flame, 18, 337 (1972).


9.    K.M. Maloney and S.K. Gupta, “The Occurrence of Superheating in the Zr-Oxygen Combustion System,” Nature Phys. Sci. 235 137 (1972).


10. S.K. Gupta and K.M. Maloney, “Quasi-equilibrium Approach to the Zirconium - Oxygen Combustion Phenomena,” J. App Phys. 44, 3339 (12973) Also, presented at the National ACS Meeting in Boston, Mass., April (1972).


11. K.M. Maloney, S.K. Gupta, and D.A. Lynch, Jr., “The Molecular Structure of B2O2 (g), B2S2 (g), Al2O2 (g) and a Number of the Aluminum Family Chalcogenides as Determined from Thermochemical Considerations,” J. Inorg. and Nucl. Chem. 33, 49 (1976).


12. K.M. Maloney and D.A. Lynch, Jr., “A Quantum Statistical Investigation of the Electron Impact Decompositions of Al2O, Ga2O and In2O,” Inter. J. Mass Spec. & Ion Physics, 14, 415 (1074).


13. K.M. Maloney, “A Systematic Study of The Reaction Dynamics of Aluminum, Thorium, Group IVA and VA Metal - Oxygen Active Combustion Systems,” J. Less - Common metals, 44, 141 (1976).


14. O. Cernichiari, F. Jansen, and. K. Maloney, “The Synthesis and Purification of As2Se3 ,” Presented at the NOBCChE Conference, New York, N.Y., (1982).


15. P. Echlin, M. McKoon, E.S. Taylor, C.E. Thomas, K.M. Maloney and T.L Hayes, “Bulk Standards for Low Temperature Biological X - Ray Microanalysis,” Electron Microscopy Society of America, Detroit, Michigan (1984).


16. K.M. Maloney, M.E. Cunningham, L.E. Thomas, E.R. Gilbert and N.J. Wildung, “Results of Dry Storage of LWR Spent Fuel in Air” DOE/Battelle(1990).


17. M.E. Cunningham, L.E. Thomas, K.M. Maloney and C.K. Thornhill, “Status of Spent UO2 Oxidations Studies Supporting Air Dry Storage of Spent Fuel,” Presented at the Nuclear Fuel Conference, Washington, D.C. (1991).


18. K.M. Maloney, R. Bobba and B. Cox, “Harmonic Wave Determination of Magnetic Fields,” Presented at the Louisiana Academy of Sciences Conference (1994).


19. K. M. Maloney, “An Integrated Approach to the Analysis of Reaction Rate Data: A Basic Equation”, 16, 2002)


20. K.M. Maloney, "A Summary Approach to Understanding Chemical Reactivity and Reaction Order: Selected General Chemistry Problems” Presented at the National American Society Meeting, Atlanta, GA (2006)


21. Cont’d….@ Science and Technology .


22. Author of approximately 26 General Electric and Xerox Proprietary Reports.



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