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Anna Harley-Trochimczyk, 2016

Chemical Engineering
Advisor: Prof. Maboudian
(510) 643-3489
anna.harleytr@berkeley.edu

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My research interest lies in chemical sensing and the challenges in creating a sensitive, selective, and stable sensor. My initial project investigated the use of gold nanoparticle-decorated graphene for the electrochemical detection of sulfide ions in aqueous media. Single-layer graphene is grown via chemical vapor deposition on copper foil and decorated with gold through galvanic displacement. The gold-decorated graphene is transferred to an inert substrate for electrochemical testing. Characterization is done with Raman spectroscopy, SEM, AFM, and XPS.
Awards: National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (2012); Dow Excellence in Teaching Award (2013); Entrepreneurial Lead, NSF Innovation Corps Program (2013)


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BPN762
 

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