Armando Guidote Research Group

The Armando Guidote research group is involved in chemistry and science education, and analytical and computational chemistry.

Chemistry and science education

The group is engaged in the following projects:

  1. Development of Safe and Low-Cost Demonstrations and Experiments 
  2. Development of Low-Cost Instruments
  3. Science Misconception Identification and Correction
  4. Chemistry Curriculum Improvements
Collaborators:
  1. Mr. Carlos Oppus – Dept. of Electronics, Communications and Computer Engineering, AdMU
  2. Mr. Joel Maquiling – Dept. of Physics, AdMU
Analytical and computational chemistry

The group is engaged in the following projects:

  1. Capillary electrophoresis (CE) preconcentration and methods development
  2. Molecular dynamics simulation of carageenan, virgin coconut oil components (VCO) and adsorption of small molecules on metal surfaces
Collaborators:
  1. Joselito P. Quirino, Ph.D., Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS), University of Tasmania
  2. Gil C. Claudio, Ph.D., University of the Philippines Diliman, Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
Contact information and publications related to the group can be found at the profile page of Dr. Armando Guidote.