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Interdisciplinary Chemistry

Interdisciplinary activities are an increasingly important part of modern chemistry, and the chemistry program encourages interdisciplinary activities at all levels. Many chemistry faculty and students participate in joint research projects with faculty and students from other departments. Below are listings of Clemson’s interdisciplinary research areas and the associated faculty members.

Nanochemistry / Nano-Materials

Polymer Chemistry

Bioanalytical Chemistry

Chemistry Education

Chemical Physics

Electrochemistry

Medicinal / Bioproducts / Bio-organic Chemistry

Organic Synthetic Methodology Chemistry

Theoretical Chemistry

Surface Chemistry

Solid State Materials

Probe Microscopy

Fluorine Chemistry

Analytical spectroscopy research

Computational Chemistry

X-Ray / Neutron Scattering Research

Laser Spectroscopy / Photochemistry

Technical Support Faculty

Bioinorganic

Biophysical Chemistry

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