Analytical Chemistry

Analytical chemists obtain, process, and communicate information about the composition and structure of matter. In other words, analytical chemistry investigates what matter is and how much of it exists.

Our labs develop technologies to improve (bio)chemical measurements. Examples include: mass spectrometry-based metabolomics and peptidomics approaches, nanocrystal-based optical sensors for bio-sensing applications, microfluidic chips, paper diagnostics, and aqueous multiphase systems that sort molecules by viscosity.

Analytical Chemistry Faculty

A headshot of Professor Ted Betley

Theodore Betley

Department Chair
Director of Graduate Studies
Erving Professor of Chemistry
Mason, Jarad

Jarad Mason

Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
Assistant Professor Christina Woo

Christina Woo

Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology