The world’s first marine chronometer, the legendary Star Trek tricorder, and innovations toward portable mass spectrometers.
PhD student Tahereh G. Avval’s exceptional research on glass earned her an award from the American Vacuum Society (AVS).
PhD student Tahareh Gholian Avval has been awarded third prize in the American Vacuum Society's 2020 International Twitter Poster Competition. Avval's poster, entitled "Pattern Recognition Entropy (Shannon's Entropy): an Underutilized Tool for Data Analysis. A Comparison to Principal Component Analysis" can be seen below.
Three BYU Chemistry students Annie Armitstead, Lara Grether, and Kealani Creech have developed a new type of diagnostic test called the “seLFI” whose versatility and inexpensive production costs have potentially monumental effects on the future of medical chemistry.
Analytical chemists develop methods to detect and qualitatively and quantitatively analyze chemical constituents in a sample or system. Among all disciplines encompassed by chemical research, analytical chemists specialize in the measurement of chemicals. Analytical chemists can thus apply their skills in many walks of life, from the industrial arena to government research to academia; analytical chemistry figures largely in environmental control, medical clinics, pharmaceutical developments, synthetic chemistry, forensics analysis, and homeland defense, to name only a few.
The Austin Lab Group explores novel instrumentation and applications based on mass spectrometry. There is significant drive to make mass spectrometers sufficiently small and portable that they can be carried to the sample, rather than bringing samples into the lab for analysis. The Austin Lab Group has accordingly pioneered the approach of making mass analyzers using lithographically patterned plates. The Group has made miniaturized radiofrequency ...
The Dearden Group’s research centers on the development and use of state-of-the-art, extremely sensitive chemical analysis tools. The Group primarily works with a Fourier transform mass spectrometer (FTMS), which weighs molecules with accuracies of about one part per million and can distinguish between molecules with similar weights better than any other available technique. With the FTMS's kind of accuracy, merely ...
The Hansen Lab utilizes both computational and experimental tools to investigate a variety of environmental and atmospheric chemistry issues. Watch the videos below or click here to view the official Hansen lab website.
The Linford Research Group works in chemical analysis and characterization. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Potential Graduate Students and Others who may be Interested in our Research What type of research is done in the Linford Group? Linford researchers work in three connected areas. Linford researchers make new materials by a variety of means including by thin film deposition, modification of surfaces, and ...
Soft Nanotechnology. Research in the Paxton Lab is all about understanding the self-assembly of polymers into dynamic nanostructures. Materials like this can form assemblies that respond to environmental stimuli – like changes in temperature, pH, or chemical potential. In our group we are using these materials to control the chemical and electronic properties at liquid-solid interfaces.1 We also use catalysis – including enzymes – to ...
Woolley Lab researchers work at the interface between chemistry, engineering and biology. Thus, Woolley students receive broad technical training and are well poised to contribute in these key research fields. Micro-and Nanometer-Scale Chemical Manipulation and Analysis: A common theme in Woolley Lab research is the interrelationship between biological molecules and miniaturization. Woolley chemists utilize miniaturization tools to detect and quantify ...