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Scholars Day 2006, Wednesday, April 12

Inquiring What Nature Does: Experiments in the Physical Methods Lab

Students of CHM/PHS 409 present posters that describe and explain experiments they have conducted in the Physical Methods Lab. The experiments address questions such as: How does one measure the calories in food? Why do chemical reactions occur? How fast do chemical reactions proceed? How does one observe molecules vibrate and rotate? When does a liquid boil? And much more…

Presenters: Benjamin DeJonge (Undergraduate Student)
Jacob Hammell (Undergraduate Student)
Christopher Hammond (Graduate Student)
Markus Hoffmann (Faculty)
Patrick Kendall (Graduate Student)
Mark Laurri (Graduate Student)
Ian Maynard (Graduate Student)
Jordan McLeod (Undergraduate Student)
David Rhodes (Graduate Student)
Hanna Sobstyl (Undergraduate Student)
Michelle Sullivan (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Chemistry/Physics
Location: Edwards lobby by 100B
Time: 2:30 pm (Session IV)

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