C⏣mplex Chemical C⏣mp⏣siti⏣n Analysis Lab (C³AL)
We are a research group in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at California State University, Los Angeles. Our research focuses on the characterization of complex chemical mixtures via state-of-the-art techniques, such as two-dimensional gas chromatography and high-resolution mass spectrometry. Our main goal is to fundamentally understand and describe how the chemical composition influences the properties of complex chemical mixtures on a molecular level. Our additional focus is on microplastic analysis.
C³AL LAB in the NEWS
C³AL has been selected to receive a Pegasus® BT
LECO has chosen a recipient for the Pegasus® BT Giveaway.
First-of-its-kind strategic plan looks to reduce, prevent microplastic pollution
“It can penetrate through the blood vessels. It has been found in the brain,” said Petr Vozka, a biochemistry assistant professor at California State University, Los Angeles.
LOOKING OUT FOR THE COAST
Just 10 days after the spill, the beach reopened to the public. For California State University, Los Angeles Assistant Professor of Chemistry Petr Vozka, Ph.D., that decision raised a question: Was it safe for beachgoers?
Congratulations to Cathy on completing the DIA JumpStar program at USC Graduate School and presenting her poster “Effect of Oral Dihydromyricetin (DHM) on EtOH-Induced Lipid Accumulation in Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease (ALD).”
Congratulations to Genesis on winning the ACS Bridge Travel and Professional Development Awards for the Fall 2022 cycle!