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Kenneth S. Suslick

12/21/2011  8:00 am

Marvin T. Schmidt Professor of Chemistry, Departments of Chemistry, and Materials Science and Engineering, Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences and of Engineering

Education: Ph.D., Chemistry, Stanford University

Research interests: Organometallic, bio-organic, materials surface, analytical and physical chemistry. Chemical effects of ultrasound, bioinorganic and materials chemistry of metalloporphyrins and now especially, their applications as chemical sensors.

A420 Chemical and Life Sciences Laboratory
600 S. Matthews Avenue
Urbana, Illinois 61801
(217) 333-2794 • ksuslick@illinois.edu