Physical Chemistry

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 Juana Acrivos

Juana Acrivos

Professor Emerita
Materials Chemistry

DH 17
(408) 924-4972
Acrivos Group Page

Determining how the 2D structure is related to superconductivity in layer compounds and how the intercalation of donors and/or acceptors into the lattice change the transition temperature to superconductivity, Tc.

Dr. Daryl Eggers

Daryl Eggers

Biochemistry and Biophysical Chemistry

DH 604
(408) 924-4960
Eggers Group Page

Crowding and hydration effects on macromolecular structure.

Dr. Brooke Lustig

Brooke Lustig

Adjunct Professor
Adjunct Professor in Biomedical, Chemical, and Materials Engineering
Computational Biochemistry

DH 417
(408) 924-4968

Computational/theoretical methods to characterize entropy and related effects in proteins and RNA; drug design that includes potential anti-HIV agents.

Karen Singmaster

Karen Singmaster

Professor and Chair
Physical Chemistry

DH 016
(408) 924-4980

Photochemical reactions in cryogenic matrices and on surfaces.

Dr. Bradley Stone

Bradley Stone

Chemical Physics

DH 412A
(408) 924-4938
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Chemical physics, molecular spectroscopy, laser-induced fluorescence, and molecular astrophysics. Detection of complex organic molecules in the interstellar medium. Computational studies of fluid flow in microfluidic channels. Experimental simulations of aerosol formation in planetary atmospheres.

Annalise Van Wyngarden

Annalise Van Wyngarden

Assistant Professor
Physical and Atmospheric Chemistry

DH 002
(408) 924-5282
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Physical chemistry and analytical chemistry are used to determine the climate effects of atmospheric particles - specifically optical properties and cloud forming properties.