Environmental chemistry spans a wide range of disciplines, and studies at Penn State span interests from biogeochemical processes to radioactive waste remediation and atmospheric chemistry. Faculty within the chemistry department have strong ties to the Center for Environmental Chemistry and Geochemistry and the NSF-funded Center for Environmental Kinetics Analysis, as well as the Penn State Institutes for the Environment.

People specializing in this area

Listing of personnel in the Penn State Chemistry Department including name and research topics
Name Research Topic
Freedman, Miriam

Spectroscopy and surface science of atmospheric aerosol particles

Mallouk, Thomas

Chemical applications of solid state materials

Sen, Ayusman

Catalytic hydrocarbon conversion and waste remediation

Filed under: