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국성근 교수
연구실
자연과학대 5호관 807호
교수전공 및 연구분야
물리화학
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(062)530-3379
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skkook@chonnam.ac.kr
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Major & Degree

Major : Physical chemistry

Degree : State university of New York(@Stony Brook) Ph. D.

Education

1980. 2.  Chonnam National University, BS (Chemistry)

1983. 2.  Chonnam National University, MS (Chemistry)

1990. 5  State University of New York (@Stony Brook), Ph. D. (Chemistry)

Experience
1984. 9- 1985. 5  SUNY at Stony Brook, Chemistry, TA
1985. 5- 1990. 5  SUNY at Stony Brook, Chemistry, RA
1990. 5- 1993. 8. University of Michigan, Chemistry, Post Doc.
1993. 8- present  Chonnam National University, Chemistry, Professor
2008. 9- present  College of Natural Science, CNU, Dean
Representative Publications
1. Photopolymerization of Acrylic Acid Initiated by CCl4/Group VIII    Metallocene. Bull. Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17, 582.
2. Synthesis and Electrochemical Studies of Ni(II) Complexes with    Tetradendate Shiff Base Ligands. Bull. Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17, 173.
3. Effect of Transition Metal(II)-N,N-Bis(Salicylaldehyde)Phenylene    diimines on the Electrochemical Reduction of Thionyl Chlorides. Bull.    Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17, 223.
4. Selective Acylation and Aminomethylation of Benzoylated Calix(4)arene.    Bull. Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17, 499.
5. Structure Identification of 1,2-Disubstituded Chiral Calix(4)arene. Bull.   Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17, 643.
6 Triplet Excitation Annihilation Process on Two Dimensional Lattice of   Naphthalene Choleic Acid Crystal. Bull. Korea Chem. Soc. 1996, 17,   1000.
7. Triplet Excitation Energy Transfer as a Function of Concentration         in Glassy Methylbenzophenone. Bull. Korea Chem. Soc. 1998, 19,  923.
8. Energy Transfer between Calixarene and Naphthalene. Bull. Korea    Chem. Soc. 2002, 23, 1111.
9. Temperature Dependence of Calixarene Crystal Luminescence. Bull.    Korea Chem. Soc. 2002, 23, 1154.
10. Triplet Excitation Energy Transfer in Choleic Acid Crystals. Bull.    Korea Chem. Soc. 2007, 28, 2409.
Research Interest

Our research interest have been focused on Spectroscopy, Biochemical nano-sensors, and Computer simulations.

Our research activities have involved the spectroscopic properties of polyatomic molecules and molecular solids in the visible and ultraviolet regions of the spectrum. External electric fields have been combined with spectroscopic observations to obtain information about charge distributions in molecules and molecular aggregates and to study electronic energy transfer processes.

Our group is interested in the development of biochemical nano-sensors. Our lab uses nano-size light sources and the small and fast chemical sensors. This enables optical, spectral and chemical imaging on a nanometer scale. Novel fiber-optic and nano-sphere sensors (for pH, calcium, zinc, potassium, sodium, chloride, nitrite, nitric oxide, glucose and oxygen) reduce the sample volume and detection limit a billion-fold, and simultaneously the response time by a factor of a thousand. 

Computer simulations and stochastic theories accompany the experimental work.