Thesis Defense: Joel R. Schmitz, "COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING RARE GAS AND DPAL LASERS AND A RELAXATION KINETICS INVESTIGATION OF THE Br2 + 2NO = 2BrNO EQUILIBRIUM"

Wednesday, April 26, 10 am to 11:30 am
Campus: 
Dayton
449 Oelman Hall
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Joel R. Schmitz, Chemistry

Master of Science Thesis Defense

"COMPUTATIONAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS CONCERNING RARE GAS AND DPAL LASERS AND A RELAXATION KINETICS INVESTIGATION OF THE  Br2 + 2NO = 2BrNO EQUILIBRIUM"

For information, contact
Dr. David A. Dolson