Guido F. Verbeck, IV | Department of Chemistry

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Guido F. Verbeck, IV

Professor; Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies
(940) 369-8625
Office: 
Hickory Hall 120
Highlights: 
Analytical Chemistry; Mass Spectrometry; Instrument Development

Research

Dr. Verbeck's research interests lie in novel instrument development in mass spectrometry and ion optical devices in the areas of preparative mass spectrometry, miniaturization, and sample collection. Our group utilizes these technologies to advance the fields of catalysis, new materials, and biochemistry.

Research area: 
Analytical
Forensic
Instrument Development

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