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Scholars Day 2005, Wednesday, April 13

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: Richard Besley (Undergraduate Student)
Joshua Caccamis (Undergraduate Student)
Jeremy Hewitt (Undergraduate Student)
Markus Hoffmann (Faculty)
Christina Hollister (Undergraduate Student)
Ahmed Yimam Nuriye (Undergraduate Student)
Nicholas Lefort (Undergraduate Student)
Jonathan Malecki (Undergraduate Student)
Anthony Marshall (Undergraduate Student)
Jenna Mirabile (Undergraduate Student)
Joseph Murphy (Undergraduate Student)
Dmitri Popov (Faculty)
Lisa Schwenk (Undergraduate Student)
Jacqueline Simson (Undergraduate Student)
Jonathan Strizak (Undergraduate Student)
Jeffery White (Undergraduate Student)
Jeremy Zenkar (Undergraduate Student)
Topic: Chemistry
Location: 122 Hartwell
Time: 3:45 pm (Session V)

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