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Dr. Svetlana  Mitrovski

Dr. Svetlana Mitrovski

Associate Professor - Analytical Chemistry

Office: 4037 - Physcial Sciences Building
Phone: 217-581-7473
Email: smitrovski@eiu.edu

Frequently Taught Courses

CHM 1310 - General Chemistry I
CHM 1315 - General Chemistry I Lab
CHM 1410 - General Chemistry II
CHM 1415 - General Chemistry II Lab
CHM 2730 - Quantitative Analysis
CHM 3780 - Instrumental Anlysis
CHM 5003 - Critical Reading of Chemical Literature
CHM 5180 - Bioanalytical Problem Solving  


B.Eng., University of Belgrade (Serbia), 1990
M.Sc., University of Belgrade (Serbia) 1998
Ph.D., University of Illinois, 2006
EIU, 2007 

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Electrochemistry, Microfluidics, Microfabrication, Catalysis

Selected Publications

S. M. Mitrovski, R. G. Nuzzo, “A passive hydrogen-air microfluidic fuel cell with exceptional stability and high performance,” Lab Chip 2006, 3, 353.

S. M. Mitrovski, R. G. Nuzzo, “An electrochemically driven poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic actuator: oxygen sensing and programmable flows and pH gradients,” Lab Chip 2005, 5, 634.

S. M. Mitrovski, L. C. C. Elliott, R. G. Nuzzo, “Microfluidic devices for energy conversion: planar integration and performance of a passive, fully-immersed H2 - O2 fuel cell,” Langmuir 2004, 20, 6974.

Patent: R. G. Nuzzo, S. M. Mitrovski, “Microfluidic electrochemical reactors” – PCT patent application serial number US05/007567 filed on 3/8/2005.

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