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Andrei Jitianu Associate Professor of Chemistry, Lehman College _city University of New York. Primary Research Interest : Obtaining an efficient hermetic barrier for electronic industry and for anticorrosive applications

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andrei jitianu associate professor of chemistry lehman college city university of new york
Andrei JitianuAssociate Professor of Chemistry, Lehman College _city University of New York
  • Primary Research Interest:

Obtaining an efficient hermetic barrier for electronic industry and for anticorrosive applications

  • Primary Broader Impact Activity: Mentoring, International Collaborations
  • Interests in New Collaborations:

Collaborators who make coatings, study diffusion through coatings, electrochemistry and structural studies on amorphous coatings (SAXS).

  • Melting gels
  • Contact angle (hydrophobicity)
  • 29Si-1H CP MAS NMR spectra
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