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Analytical Chemistry

Research areas

  • Bioanalytical
  • Surface Science
  • Nanomaterials and nanoscale processes
  • Bioelectrocatalysis
  • Interfacial Chemistry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Mass spectrometry
  • Electrochemistry

Interfacial and Bioanalytical Chemistry (IBAC)

Interfacial and Bioanalytical Chemistry (IBAC) provides a unique focus for graduate education in electroanalytical methods, surface-plasmon resonance spectroscopy, sum-frequency and second-harmonic generation, Raman microscopy, single-molecule fluorescence spectroscopy, and nanoscale self-assembled structures 

Courses

  • Optical Spectroscopy
  • Bioanalytical Chemistry
  • Electrochemistry
  • Transport and Chemical Processes
  • Information Processing
  • Separations
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Nanoscience
  • ยต-Total Analysis Systems/ Lab-on-a-Chip
  • Electronics
  • Materials Design for Alternative Energy
  • Chemical and Biological Sensors

Faculty

Scott L. Anderson

Nanoscale surface chemistry, catalysis, nanoparticle mass spectrometry, high energy density nanoparticle fuels, development of new techniques for nanoscale surface analysis.

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Peter B. Armentrout

Mass spectrometry to study thermochemistry and dynamics of biological, environmental, organometallic and plasma reactions

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John C. Conboy

Analysis of protein interactions at solid/liquid and liquid/liquid interfaces usingnonlinear optical spectroscopies and electrochemical methods.

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Joel H. Harris

Analytical methods using fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy for characterizing liquid/solid interfaces and nanostructured materials

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Shelley D. Minteer

Enzymatic bioelectrocatalysis, bioengineering, explosive sensing, biofuel cells

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Marc D. Porter

High-throughput methods, miniaturizing analytical instrumentation, FTIR, STM, AFM, SERS, electrochemistry, fluorescence microscopy, acoustic wave techniques, and spectroelectrochemistry

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Jennifer Shumaker-Parry

Nanoparticle synthesis and assembly, plasmonics, interfacial chemical analysis, fabricated nanostructures, surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy and microscopy, plasmon-based optical antennas, surface enhanced spectroscopy

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Henry S. White

Development of electrochemical methods for the analysis of electron-transfer events in biological and nanoscale domains

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Ilya Zharov

Nanoporous materials, functional organic and hybrid organic/inorganic materials, nanoparticles, surface chemistry, polymers, anti-cancer agents, self-assembly, molecular recognition

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Last Updated: 11/20/18