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Chemistry Seminar: “Tetrathiafulvalene: new frontiers in materials chemistry” and “Computational Chemistry in a Nutshell: Methods of Past and Emerging Importance”

Friday, February 7, 2020, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
165 Brehm Laboratory
Audience: 
Faculty
Staff
Alumni
The public

“Tetrathiafulvalenes: New frontiers in materials chemistry”

William Robinson, M.S. graduate student,
Department of Chemistry,
Wright State University

And

Computational Chemistry in a Nutshell: Methods of Past and Emerging Importance

 

Corey Adam Baldasare, M.S. graduate student,
Department of Chemistry,
Wright State University

For information, contact
Dr. Ioana Pavel
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