Friday, April 7, 2017

6 Chemistry Students Present their Research in Indianapolis

Eight students and four chemistry faculty attended the 29th annual Undergraduate Research Conference at Butler University, where six of the TU chemistry students presented their research.


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Observing Kinetics through Mass Spectrometry

Yechan Moon and Dr. Daniel King
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Qualitative Characterization of the Mass Spectra Intensities of Butane Derivatives via ab initio Computational Studies

Gabriel Saliba and Dr. D. Brandon Magers
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Immunochemiluminescence Detection of Chicken Muscle Lactate Dehydrogenase Using a Digital SLR Camera

George Gray and Dr. Dan Hammond
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Ammonium Ligand Binding to dibenzo-18-crown-6 via Density Functional Theory

Brielle Tilson and Dr. D. Brandon Magers
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How Consistent is Volunteer Water Monitoring Data? - from Elementary School Students to Professional Technicians

Jaylin Gadel and Dr. Daniel King
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Assessment of the Parameters and Techniques of the Hoosier Riverwatch Water Quality Monitoring System for Chemical Analysis

Angela Bittner and Dr. Daniel King
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