Microanalytical Chemistry Lab

We believe in thinking differently and in the power of analytical chemistry to change the world. We work hard, every day, to foster an inclusive, collaborative, and productive environment so students can develop to their highest potential through high-quality education and research experiences. We stride to obtain a broad understanding of chemistry, to think critically, to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms, to contribute to the research mission of our University, and (ultimately) to provide the training required to compete in the global market.

Latest developments in the lab

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Top Downloaded Article

Our paper “On-Site Preparation of Natural Deep Eutectic Solvents Using Solar Energy” is one of the most downloaded articles during its first 12 months of publication. Congrats to a great collaboration!

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Collaboration with LNNano/CNPEM leads to new sensor

Our second paper (Ultra-Dense Electrochemical Chips with Arrays of Nanostructured Microelectrodes to Enable Sensitive Diffusion-Limited Bioassays) accepted in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces! Congrats to the team!

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Todd Hopkins in Clemson

Many thanks to Dr. Hopkins (Butler University), who visited out department today and gave the seminar Chiral Light Emitting Materials utilizing Deep Eutectic Solvents. It was great to have you!

book news

Book chapter released!

Congratulations to Lucas Ayres and the rest of the authors of Recent advancements in detection and amplification techniques, Chapter 7 in Biosensors in Precision Medicine, From Fundamentals to Future Trends.

Funding for our projects at Clemson has been provided by:

ACREC

2024 ACREC

CURF - Technology Maturation Fund

2023 CURF

2023 SC ACRE

2023 SCDA ACRE

2022 ACRE

2023 SCDA ACRE

ACREC

2022 ACREC

CHE 2227374

CHE 2227374

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2021 ACREC

STTR-21-1-T6.06-1513

STTR-21-1-T6.06-1513

CHE 2050042

CHE 2050042

2019 acre

2019 SCDA ACRE

OISE 1565508

OISE 1565508

HDTRA1-16-1-0030 via SwRI

HDTRA1-16-1-0030 via SwRI

Research Seed Grant

Research Seed Grant

CHE 1560300

CHE 1560300