Chemistry & Biochemistry

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Analytical chemistry is much more than titrations! Characterizing molecules like DNA bound on surfaces with several techniques and analyzing mixtures of low concentrations of metals are examples of work performed in our analytical chemist's laboratories.
 

Dr. Zhous is working on the Scanning Electrochemical Microscope


Two graduate students are working on the photodiode array UV-visible spectrophotometer.


Julien Vincent is analyzing inorganic anions in airborne particles on the ion-exchange chromotography system.


Eva Huang is conducting surface analysis using atomic force/scanning tunneling microscope.

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Alfred Baca is performing flow-injection inductively coupled plasma-atomic emission spectrometry to detect metals at trace levels.


Raymond Sanedrin is measuring surface activities with a contact angle garniometer.


Julien Vincent is trouble-shooting the gradient HPLC system.


A graduate student is doing voltammetric experiments using a fully computer-controlled electrochemical workstation.


An electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance has been set up for the study of ion transport in redox active films and conducting polymers.

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