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Trey Williams

Chemistry

Lecturer

Hunter Hall 257 [Office]

cbw2@clemson.edu

 

Educational Background

B.S., Chemistry, Clemson University, 2015
Ph.D., Chemistry, Wake Forest University, 2019

Profile/About Me

Dr. Williams is a 2015 Clemson graduate, with a major in Chemistry and a Music minor. He earned his PhD. in Analytical Chemistry at Wake Forest in 2019, with research focusing on microwave-induced plasma atomic emission spectrometry, studying with Profs Bradley Jones and George Donati. He was previously a Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Davidson. He is also an organist and carillonneur.

Courses Taught

CH 1010
CH 1020

Selected Publications

R. Machado, A.B. Silva, D. Andrade, F. Pinheiro, C.B. Williams, G.L. Donati, A.R. Nogueira, and E. Pereira Filho. “Alternative Approaches Applied to Inductively Coupled Plasma Techniques: Multi Flow and Two-Flow Calibration.” Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society, 4 (2021) 842-851.

C.B. Williams, R.S. Amais, B.M. Fontoura, B.T. Jones, J.A. Nobrega, G.L. Donati, Recent developments in microwave-induced plasma optical emission spectrometry and applications of a commercial Hammer-cavity instrument, Trends in Analytical Chemistry 116 (2019) 151-157.

C.B. Williams, B.T. Jones, G.L. Donati, Multi-flow calibration applied to microwave-induced plasma optical emission spectrometry, J. Anal. At. Spectrom. (2019) 1191-1197.

C.B. Williams, B.T. Jones, G.L. Donati, Naturally occurring molecular species used for plasma diagnostics and signal correction in microwave-induced plasma optical emission spectrometry, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 33 (2018) 1224-1232.

C.B. Williams, G.L. Donati, Multispecies calibration: a novel application for inductively coupled plasma tandem mass spectrometry, Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 33 (2018) 762–767.

Honors and Awards

2019 Wake Forest University: American Institute of Chemists Outstanding Graduate Student Award
2015-2016 Wake Forest University: GlaxoSmithKline Assistantship
2015 Clemson University: Merck Index Award