Williams develops non-aqueous coatings for use in capillary electrophoresis
Dr. John T. Williams, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, is researching the effects on changing the speed of a chemical separation pump through using a non-aqueous coating that is applied onto a chemical capillary. The chemical separation pump is created through electric forces, and as a result changing the pump’s speed will change the electric current. The coating allows the pump to change speed without changing the electric current. Williams’ research will study how the coating affects the capillary electrohporesis.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry