Department of Chemistry and Physics
Associate Professor, Analytical Chemistry
Ph.D., University of Rhode Island
M.S., University of North Carolina at Wilmington
B.S., University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Areas of Interest:
Optical sensor design; spectroscopic analysis of cultural heritage objects
Scott W. Huffman, Arthur L. Salido, and David D. Evanoff, Jr.; “Quantitative Infrared Spectroscopy in the Undergraduate Laboratory via Multivariate Mixture Analysis of a Simulated Analgesic,” Spectroscopy Letters, 43, 539-544, (2010).
Ned H. Martin, Ruth M. Floyd, H. Lee Woodcock, Scott Huffman, Chang-Kiu Lee; "Computation of through-space NMR shielding effects in aromatic ring p-stacked complexes," Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modeling 26, 1125-1130, (2008).
Nicole J. Crane, Edward G. Bartick, Rebecca Schwartz Perlman, Scott W. Huffman; "Infrared Spectroscopic Imaging for Non-Invasive Detection of Latent Fingerprints," Journal of Forensic Sciences 52, 48-53, (2007).
Donsheng Bu, Scott W. Huffman, John Seelenbinder and Chris W. Brown; “Enhancement of Infrared Hyperspectral Images for Maximizing Chemical Information; Minimizing Baseline Interference,” Applied Spectroscopy 59, 575-583 (2005).
Sebastian Schlücker, Michael D. Schaeberle, Scott W. Huffman and Ira W. Levin; “Raman Microspectroscopy: A Comparison of Point, Line and Wide-Field Imaging Methodologies,” Analytical Chemistry, 75, 4312-4318, (2003).
Scott W. Huffman, Susan Geldart, Susan Elliot, Jay F. Sperry and Chris W. Brown; “Analysis
of Microbial Components Using LC-IR,” Analytical Chemistry, 75, 4606-4611, (2003).