1 College Circle Geneseo, NY 14454
Kazushige Yokoyama has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2001.
Ph.D.; University of Colorado
M.S., B.S.; University of Kobe, Japan
Photodynamics of Dopants in Sol-Gel Matrix
Conjugation of Protein on the Gold Nanoparticles’ Surfaces
K. Yokoyama “Modeling of Reversible Protein Conjugation on Nanoscale Surface” Book Chapter in “Computational Nanotechnology: Modeling and Applications with MATLAB” Sarhan M. Musa –Editor in Chief (CRC Press-Taylor and Francis Group, LLC) submitted.
K. Yokoyama, A. D. Fisher, A. R. Amori, D. R. Welchons, and R. E. McKnight, "Spectroscopic and Calorimetric Studies of Congo Red Dye-Amyloid b Peptide Complexes”, J. Biophysical Chemistry, Vol. 1 No. 3 153-163 (2010) [Journal Site]
K. Yokoyama “Description of solvent-dependent and nanoscale diffusion process in silica sol-gel matrix” Book Chapter in “Sol-Gel Process: Uniformity, Polymers and Applications.” (Nova Science Publishing) ISBN# 978-1-61761-321-0 [Book Site]
Chem 324: Principles of Physical Chem
An introduction to physical chemistry. Topics include the gas laws, the laws of thermodynamics, chemical and physical equilibria, properties of solutions, electrolytes, electrochemical cells, chemical kinetics, enzyme kinetics, and transport processes. Prerequisites: CHEM 118, CHEM 209, PHYS 125/116 and MATH 222 or MATH 228. Offered every spring.
Chem 361: Modern Chemistry Laboratory
An introduction to, and application of a variety of physico-, electro- and spectro-chemical techniques currently used for the determination of physical and molecular properties and for chemical analysis. Use of modern instrumentation, including computerized data analysis, will be stressed. Prerequisites/Corequisites: CHEM 322 or CHEM 324 or permission of instructor. Offered every spring