Skip to main content Skip to main navigation Skip to footer content

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Nanochemistry and Measurements

Nanochemistry is a new field of chemistry dealing with the syntheses, characterizations, and applications of nanoscale (from ~1 to ~100 nm) materials. In this size regime, many materials show unique physical and/or chemical properties that neither their bulk counterparts nor atoms/molecules have. Our discipline provides various research activities in, but not limited to, creating new chemical nanostructures, uncovering and understanding their novel properties, and learning how to organize these new nanostructures into larger and more complex functional structures and devices.

Table 1: Nanochemistry and Measurement Groups
Faculty Advisor Areas of Interest
Jai-Pil Choi, Ph.D.

Synthesis of nanomaterials,
Electrochemical and optical analyses of nanomaterials, and
Applications of nanomaterials in chemical/biological sensing and energy conversions

Kin Ng, Ph.D.

Single molecule measurements and spectroscopy