Alexander Kamasah

Assistant Professor of Chemistry
Alexander Kamasah
Dr. Alexander Kamasah earned his bachelor of science degree at the University of Cape-Coast in Ghana before earning his master's at East Tennessee State and his PhD. from the University of Missouri. His teaching interests include analytical chemistry and general chemistry and his research intrests include electrochemistry.

Teaching Interests

Analytical chemistry

General chemistry

Research Experiences

Electrochemistry

Biosensors

Publications & Presentations

Electrochemical Behaviors of Single Gold Nanoparticles, Lakbub J., Pouliwe A., Kamasah A., Yang C., Sun P. Electroanalysis 2011, 23, No. 10, 2270-2274.

Intersystem crossing in the exist channel, Li H., Kamasah, A., Matsika, S., Suits, A. Nature Chemistry 12-10-2018.

Roaming dynamics in radical addition - elimination reactions, Joalland B, Shi Y, Kamasah A Suits A, Mebel A. Nature Communications volune 5 4064 (2014).

Imaging the inelastic scattering of vibrationally excited NO (cv=1) with Ar A. Kamasah et al. Chemical Physics Letters, 692 (2018) 124-128.

Academic Degrees

BSc. University of Cape-Coast (Ghana) 2004

MSc. East Tennessee State University 2011

PhD. University of Missouri 2018