Department of Chemistry - Seminar Schedule
Spring 2013 Schedule
During the Fall and Spring Semesters, seminars are presented on Fridays at 3:30 pm. in room 165 Brehm Laboratories. If you are interested in presenting, please call the Chemistry Office at 937-775-2855 or email the Chemistry Department at firstname.lastname@example.org , or contact
Dr. Wiliam Feld, http://www.chm.wright.edu/feld/. Come early to chat with the speaker or other attendees. Refreshments will be served.
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“Quest for a Rapid and Simple SERS-based Immunoassay”
"Architecture Options for Carbon Nanotube Papers: Gradient Surface Area Paper and Other Varieties"
"The Ramberg Baekland Reaction"
Hunter Cooke, Wright State University, Graduate Student
Dr. Dennis Bong, Department of Chemistry, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
"F.U.N. with Sulfonamides: Functionality, Utility, New Chemistry"
"Ashley" Huong Hoang, Wright State University, Graduate Student ,
"PEM Fuel Cells: Today; power for some. Tomorrow; power for many."
Kevin Dorney, Wright State University, Graduate Student, "FORCE SPECTROSCOPY: Optical Tweezers and Using Piconewtons to "Boss Around" Molecular Systems"
Markeata Lee, Wright State University, Graduate Student "Quantification of Volatile Compounds in Flavored Beverages using Head Space Solid Phase Microextraction"
"Potentiometric Polymer Membrane Based Electrodes for Clinical Applications"
"Introducing Chemical Diversity to Poly(arylene ether)svian–phenyl– 3,5– difluorobenzene Sulfonamides,"
Laura Bailey, Undergraduate Chemistry Major,
"Kinetics of Collisional E-V Energy Transfer from Cl* to CO2"
Dr. McGowin, Dr. Aga
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