We are a group of scientists carrying out research in a number of important areas of physical chemistry and materials science. The common theme that connects our various research interests is the use of high-sensitivity, high-resolution spectroscopy and microscopy approaches for answering important scientific questions. Our research spans both fundamental and applied areas of investigation.
Forster energy transfer in polymer films for lighting applications; Joshi et al., PPS, 2016.
Noncoherent photon upconversion in porphyrin monolayers; Ponce et al., Langmuir, 2016
Phase-separation in mixed surfactant monolayers; Rehman et al., Langmuir, 2016.
Phase-separation in mixed phospholipid-perfluorocarbon films; Eftaiha et al., Langmuir, 2012
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Matthew F. Paige, Department of Chemistry, University of Saskatchewan, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org