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Eric Redman

Corporate Director of Technical Services, TestAmerica

Eric Redman has over 30 years of experience in the environmental testing industry, specializing in the application of analytical chemistry to environmental problems. Mr. Redman is the Corporate Director of Technical Services for TestAmerica's network of laboratories in the United States. His duties include implementing technical best practices, development and improvement of analytical methods, and assisting customers with analytical challenges.

Previously, Mr. Redman served as a Laboratory Director, Sales Director, Marketing Director, and Technical Director for TestAmerica. Mr. Redman's technical expertise combined with a detailed understanding of regulatory compliance and other client requirements has driven TestAmerica's 3-fold expansion of its high-resolution GC/MS and LC/MS services. From Dioxins to PCB Congeners, Brominated Flame Retardants and other emerging contaminants, Mr. Redman has championed commercial application of state-of-the-art analytical services across a wide range of markets. He provides support for clients, regulators, and other data users regarding trace level analyses, including Dioxins/Furans, PCB Congeners, Pesticides, Endocrine Disrupting Compounds, and Emerging Contaminants. Mr. Redman has extensive experience in industrial and government programs supporting projects for the EPA, ACOE, Navy, and AFCEE.

Mr. Redman received a BS in Chemistry and Physics from California State University and a MS degree in Chemical Physics from the University of California-Riverside.

Professional Affiliations

American Chemical Society
American Society for Mass Spectrometry
Trade Association for Pulp and Paper Industry of America

Publications

Mr. Redman has published articles in journals and presented papers at scientific conferences, which include:

  • E.W. Redman and T.H. Morton, "Product Determining Steps in Gas Phase Bronsted Acid-Base Reactions. Deprotonation of 1-Methylcyclopentyl Cation by Amine Bases, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1986, 108, 5701-5708.
  • T.H. Morton, D.A. Stams and E.W. Redman, "Ion-Molecule Complexes in First and Second-Order Reactions. Connecting the Two Kinetic Resume in the Gas Phase," proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics (ASMS), June 1986, 973-974.
  • E.W. Redman, D.A. Stams and T.H. Morton, "Dynamics of Gas-Phase Acid-Base Reactions." Neutral Products from Deprotonation of Methylcyclopentyl Cation by Uncharged Bases." in Advances in Mass Spectrometry 1985, Part B, (ed. J.F.J. Todd), John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Publishers, 1986, 1177-1178.

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