Justin Yu (3283)

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Ultrafast Two-dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance for Ingression of Solvent Treatments in Paint

Hometown:  Cary, Illinois

Department:  Chemistry

Advisor:  Tyler Meldrum

As an honors student, I will use single-sided nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) study the physical changes that occur when solvents diffuse into paint films. I will characterize how deep the solvents penetrate the films, and how quickly these events occur in different types of paints (e.g. oil, water-miscible, etc.). To accommodate the short time frame for solvent ingress into paint films, I will implement recently developed ultrafast NMR (UF-NMR) methodologies. 

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