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About Us

Chemistry Division serves the Laboratory's core national security mission areas of weapons science and threat reduction with innovative chemical science and technology. Our capabilities are also essential for the emerging mission areas of energy security, civilian-sector R&D, and industrial partnering. Chemistry capabilities include analytical chemistry and measurement science; physical chemistry and molecular spectroscopy; isotope and actinide science; nuclear and radiochemistry; nanoscience; material processing and characterization; and chemical engineering. Please visit our Research Highlights.

Please explore our web pages so that you may get to know us better. If you have questions concerning any of the technologies or capabilities described on these pages, please either contact the appropriate group leader or the Chemistry division office.

News from Chemistry

John C. Gordon and Jaqueline L. Kiplinger (both C Division) Honored as Lab Fellows

John C. Gordon and Jaqueline L. Kiplinger (both C Division) Honored as Lab Fellows
12/16/14


Laboratory Scientist discusses Integrative Biosurveillance at Bio Symposium - Dr. Harshini Mukundan

​Los Alamos leads Energy Frontier Research Center project
DOE Secretary Ernest Moniz announced the awarding of $100 million from the Office of Science for Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs) to accelerate the scientific breakthroughs needed to build the 21st-century energy economy. 7/9/14

Quantum dot LSC devices under ultraviolet illumination. Image: Los Alamos National Laboratory

Using Ionic Liquids to Extract Neptunium—Pathways to Nuclear Recycling
7/8/14



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