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Dr. Jinmo Huang


B.S. Chung Shing University
M.S. New Mexico Highlands University
Ph.D. University of North Texas

The courses I have frequently taught include General Chemistry I and II, Analytical Chemistry, and Instrumental Analysis. In addition, I have taught Separation Science for numerous times. Outside of school I like jogging and Taiwanese music.


Analytical separations are my research interests. A variety of HPLC techniques are used to separate petroleum asphalt into fractions for further characterization, and to analyze amino acids in biological samples for clinical application.  My current research has extended to include using capillary electrophoresis in chemical separation.  The migrations of chemical species in a bare silica capillary under the influence of surfactants are to be studied and characterized.  An analytical method for amino acid analysis using capillary electrophoresis is to be developed and validated.

Recent Publications

  • Jinmo Huang and James DiStefano
    Characterizing Effects of Cationic Surfactant on Electroosmotic Mobility and Anion Migration in Capillary Electrophoresis
    Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technologies
    , 34(6), 1712-1728 (2011)
  • Jinmo Huang
    Characterization of Asphalt Fractions Using NMR Spectroscopy
    Petroleum Science and Technology
    , 28(6), 618-626 (2010)
  • Jinmo Huang, Matthew Richers, and Jennifer Woodring
    Evaluating Terephthalate as Probe Ion in the Analysis of Inorganic Anions by Capillary Electrophoresis with Indirect Photometric Detection
    Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technology
    , 32(13), 1925-1931(2009)
  • Jinmo Huang and Corrie Weisensee
    Enhancing the Determination of Sulfonic Acids Using Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Post-Column Derivatization and Spectrometric Detection
    Journal of Liquid Chromatography and Related Technology
    , 31(04), 509-516 (2008)
  • Jinmo Huang
    Characterization of Thermally Degraded Asphaltene Fractions Using Gel Permeation Chromatography
    Petroleum Science and Technology, 25, 1313-1320 (2007)

Contact Information
Science Complex Room C205