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Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics

Chemical and Condensed Matter Physicists study very large collections of atoms or molecules in which the interactions between constituents are strong. Solids and liquids are prime examples, within which interactions are governed by electric and magnetic fields. Given the potential for practical applications, many researchers engage in the development and characterization of new materials. Technologically important processes include conduction in metals, non-conduction in insulators, and semiconduction, the explanations for which require an understanding of the behaviour of matter in the quantum realm.

Picture Name Research Area Research Type
Picture of Jennifer Chen Chen, Jennifer Analytical Chemistry
Biological Physics
Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics
Inorganic Chemistry
Materials Chemistry
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Experimental
Picture of René Fournier Fournier, René Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Computational
Picture of Stanislaw Jerzak Jerzak, Stanislaw Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics Experimental
Picture of Cuiying Jian Jian, Cuiying Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics Computational
Theoretical
Picture of Sergey Krylov Krylov, Sergey Analytical Chemistry
Biological Chemistry
Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics
Experimental
Picture of Siu Ning Leung Leung, Siu Ning Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics
Planetary Physics
Computational
Experimental
Picture of Sylvie Morin Morin, Sylvie Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics
Materials Chemistry
Physical and Theoretical Chemistry
Experimental
Picture of Simone Pisana Pisana, Simone Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics Experimental
Picture of Robert Prince Prince, Robert Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics Experimental
Picture of Ijaz Rauf Rauf, Ijaz Chemical and Condensed Matter Physics Experimental