Chemical Analysis of Solid Surfaces: The theme of our research pertains to
understanding molecular scale processes that govern the binding of
nanoparticles to solid surfaces in aqueous solution environments and
influences of interfacial structure to chemical reactivity.
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• Congratulations to Anup Deb for successfully
defending his Master’s thesis this Fall 2013!
• We welcome Shawtik Das to
the group, who just joined us this fall.
• Tuphan Devkota
successfully defended his Master’s thesis (July 2013), and has begun his
PhD studies at the Univ of Notre Dame.
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• “Morphology of hydrothermally synthesized ZnO nanoparticles tethered to carbon nanotubes affects electrocatalytic activity for H2O2
detection.” Wayu, M.B.; Devkota, T.; Deb, A.K.; Spidle, R. T.; Delong, R.K.; Ghosh, K.C.; Wanekaya,
A.K.; Chusuei, C.C. Electrochim. Acta, 2013, 97, 99-104.
"Characterizing N-acetylcysteine (NAC) and
N-acetylcysteine Amide (NACA) Binding for Lead
Poisoning Treatment," Chen, W.; Ercal, N.;
Huynh, T.; Volkov, A.; Chusuei, C.C.
Interface Sci. 2012,
Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes for Improved Fabrication in Aqueous
Solution Environments.” Chusuei, C.C.; Wayu, M. In Electronic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes /Book 5. J.M. Marulanda,
Ed. InTech, 2011, pp. 55-66.