As one of the leaders in the country, the Analytical interest group continues to push the limits of measurement science though the development of cutting edge instrumentation and detailed fundamental studies. Our research teams work on projects that span all of the traditional areas of analytical chemistry including separations, spectroscopy, electrochemistry, mass spectrometry and microscopy. Several research groups are part of the. We enlist and extend modern measurement techniques to enable the understanding of chemical events in an increasingly broad cross disciplinary areas, such as neurochemistry, nanoscale electronics and self-assembly, molecular interfaces and surfaces, and biomimetic structures.
People specializing in this area
Ultrafast infrared spectroscopy to reactions in solid-state materials
Protein dynamics by high field NMR
Fluorescence imaging of protein trafficking in live cells
-New analytical platform/method design
-Small molecule/biomolecule detection
-Vibrational nonliner optical spectroscopy
Spectroscopy and surface science of atmospheric aerosol particles
Functional architectures at the nano- to mesoscale
Chemical applications of solid state materials
Self-powered motors and pumps as sensors
Biomolecular NMR spectroscopy, calorimetry studies of biomolecular systems.
|Williams, Mary Beth||
Peptide linked inorganic supramolecular assemblies as molecular wires and for artificial photosynthesis; magnetic nanoparticle based separations and analysis
Imaging of biomaterials with mass spectrometry