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Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry at Michigan has grown dramatically over the last decade, expanding into cutting-edge areas of single molecule spectroscopy, atomic scale imaging, solid state NMR, X-ray spectroscopies, and femtosecond dynamics and multidimensional spectroscopy, with extensive activity in theory, modeling and simulation guiding and informing all of these areas of experimental investigation. The inclusive nature of chemistry as a central science and the importance of a firm theoretical foundation leads to exploration in a diverse range of areas. A selection of these are described below. 

Faculty currently associated with this research cluster.

Future Physical Chemistry Seminars