Environmental Chemistry

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ASU students are studying the environmental molecular processes that protect the earths' most valuable resources, air and water. Students study the chemistry of the atmosphere, the occurrence and fate of pollutants, the molecular science of urban ecology and the anthropocene.


Peter Buseck
Regents Professor

Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosols, Meteorites, Solid-State geochemistry, Cosmochemistry, Electron Microscopy

Pierre Herckes

Environmental Chemistry, Atmospheric Chemistry, Aerosol and Cloud Chemistry, Environmental Pollution, Analytical Chemistry

Everett Shock

Biogeochemistry, Thermodynamic Modeling, Microbial Processes, Analytical Methods

Hao Yan
Milton D. Glick Distinguished Professor

Design and assembly of biologically inspired nanomaterials, DNA nanostructures, nanoelectronics, biomolecular imaging