Teresa D. Golden | Department of Chemistry

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Teresa D. Golden

Professor
(940) 565-2888
Office: 
CHEM 279
Highlights: 
Analytical Chemistry; Electrochemistry; Materials Chemistry
Materials and bioanalytical chemistry which include; electrodeposition of nanomaterials; chromatography; corrosion protection coatings; forensic investigations.

Research

Research interests cover the electrodeposition of nanomaterials of unique composition and phases. Deposition of metals, ceramics, cermets, and semiconductors are studied using electrochemical techniques. These materials are of interest for technological coatings and corrosion protection.

Another area of research includes investigation of the electrochemical production of artificial bone and forensic chemistry of bones.

This work involves a wide range of experimental methods, including electrochemistry, flow injection analysis, chromatography, x-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, and mass spectrometry, and Raman spectroscopy.

Research area: 
Analytical
Forensic
Materials

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