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Established in 1859, the Department of Chemistry, with its advanced research facilities, is dedicated in conducting top notch research and providing excellent learning experiences for future great scientists. With 50 faculty members, 30 staffs, and over 200 graduate and post-doctoral students, the department has its focus on a wide range of research within chemistry (analytical, biological and organic, environmental, inorganic, physical, polymer and material, as well as chemical physics). However, advancement does not rely on single studies or research area, thus, the department also provides interdisciplinary research with the medical sciences and engineering faculties for an integrative approach.

Recent Submissions

Intrinsic rectification of ion flux in alamethicin channels: Studies with an alamethicin dimer

2H MAS NMR of strongly dipolar coupled deuterium pairs in transition metal dihydrides: Extracting dipolar coupling and quadrupolar tensor orientations from the lineshape of spinning sidebands

Simultaneous optical and electrical recording of single gramicidin channels

Ancillary ligand control of reactivity. Protonation at hydride vs. cyanide in trans-[FeH(CN)(R2PCH2CH2PR2) 2] (R = Et, Ph, p-tolyl) and X-ray crystal structure determination of trans-[FeH(CNH)(R2PCH2CH2PR2) 2]BF4 (R = p-tolyl)

When is quantum decoherence dynamics classical?

 

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