Stephen Maldonado

Associate Professor of Chemistry, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
(734) 647-4750

The Maldonado Group studies heterogeneous charge transfer processes relevant to the fields of electronics, chemical sensing, and energy conversion/storage technologies. Their research encompasses several fields, including analytical, physical, and materials chemistry, as well as surface science and applied physics.  They seek out new solid-state and wet-chemical methods for material design and employ electrochemical and spectroscopic methods to study electrode interfaces. 

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Research Interests: 
Professor Maldonado’s research interests include passivation of inorganic semiconductor surfaces for improved stability and electronic quality, conversion of solar energy into electricity and chemical fuels, kinetics and mechanisms of charge-transfer reactions on electrode surfaces, and electrodeposition of crystalline, nanostructured semiconductor materials.