Recipients of Departmental Honors in Chemistry
Kathleen M. Barra, "Molecular Solvation in Phosphonium Ionic Liquids", Professor Mark P. Heitz, Faculty Sponsor.
Stephanie R. Geer, "The Effects of the Storage Conditions of the Juice and the Effects of Nutrient Supplementation on Wine Fermentation", Dr. Anna Katharine Mansfield and Professor Stephen A. Godleski, Faculty Sponsors.
Ian M. Anderson, "Investigating the Diffusion of Trihalomethanes Through Polydimethylsiloxane Using Membrane Introduction Flame Ionization Detection", Professor Michael A. Brown, Faculty Sponsor.
Michael-John G. Beltejar, "Construction and Evaluation of Novel Oncolytic Adenoviruses Containing Mutant DNA Polymerases", Professor Rey Sia (Biology), Faculty Sponsor.
Steven J. Seedhouse, "NMR Diffusion and Relaxation Studies on Surfactant Systems", Professor Markus M. Hoffmann, Faculty Sponsor.
James Perry, "Correlation of Bullet Striations and Muzzle Velocity", Professor Mark P. Heitz, Faculty Sponsor.
Kristina L. Fuller, "Solvation Study of Room Temperature Phosphonium Ionic Liquids Through Fluorescence Spectroscopy", Professor Mark P. Heitz, Faculty Sponsor.
Megan E. Bennett, "NMR Studies of Surfactants", Professor Markus M. Hoffmann, Faculty Sponsor.
Ahmed Yimam, "An Efficient Route for the Synthesis of Water Soluble Diaryl Tellurides", Professor Margaret E. Logan, Faculty Sponsor.
Alicia Penna, "Structure-Function Relationships in ...," Professor Margaret E. Logan, Faculty Sponsor.
Amanda B. Sturdevant, "Spectroscopic Study of DCM as Molecular Probe for Solute-Solvent Interactions," Professor Mark P. Heitz, Faculty Sponsor.
Michael G. Nicholson, "Molecules Entrapped Within AOT Reverse Micelles," Professor Mark P. Heitz, Faculty Sponsor.
Heather J. Matzel, "Fluoride Determination in Archaeological Bone Samples by Ion Selective Electrode Potentiometry," Professor Kenneth G. Schlecht, Faculty Sponsor.
Tracy L. Wiesner, "Preparation and Characterization of Mixed-ligand Complexes of Chromium(III) With Ethylenediamine and the Glycinate Ion," Professor Thomas W. Kallen, Faculty Sponsor.
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