Math and Science

Sixth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in Chemistry on April 20

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Eleven Marian University students will present their original research on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 in Marian Hall Room 355.  
Eleven Marian University students will present their original research on Tuesday, April 20, 2010 in Marian Hall Room 355. The research projects were conducted as a part of the students' coursework for their chemistry majors. The schedule follows.   Morning Session 9 a.m Kelly Fairchild Cornea Research Foundation of America: Chemistry Internship   9:30 a.m. Jill Menegotto and Amanda Tutrow Computational Studies of Creatine, Creatinine, and Creatine Ethyl Ester   9:50 a.m. Ryan Strom Algae: The Green Answer   10:20 a.m. Jill Tonetti Biochemistry Involved in Interpretation of Environmental Cues Leading to Reproduction in Vertebrates   Afternoon Session 2 p.m. Carrie Upchurch Photo-induced Reaction between Eosin Y and DODCI: A Model System for the Photodynamic Effect   2:30 p.m. Tiffany Schendel and Ryan Strom Hydrogen-bonded Clusters: Structures and Vibrational Spectrum   2:50 p.m. Davin Rose High Symmetry Carbon Clusters and Cages   3:10 p.m. Matt Hostetler Reuse of Phase Transfer Catalyst in the Environmentally Benign Synthesis of Adipic Acid   3:40 p.m. Kelly Fairchild Biodiesel Synthesis in a Domestic Microwave
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