Lab Experiment Objects

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Title Author Type Level Created Rating
Exploring Photographic Chemistry Rebecca M. Jones, George Mason University Lab Experiment Upper Division 3/9/2011
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Optimization of a Metal Catalyzed Process Christopher Goh, Williams College Lab Experiment Upper Division 6/25/2011
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Synthesis of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles and Characterization by Powder X-ray Diffraction Catherine Oertel, Oberlin College Lab Experiment Second year 6/25/2011
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Manganese carbonyl calculation addition Adam R. Johnson, Harvey Mudd College Lab Experiment Upper Division 10/3/2011
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Synthesis and Characterization of Ferrocene, Acetylferrocene and Ferrocenylethanol John Henry Acquaye, Department of Chemistry, University of Redlands Lab Experiment Upper Division 7/16/2012
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Palladium-Catalyzed Biaryl Coupling Using PEPPSI Under Aqueous Microwave Conditions Gerard Rowe, University of South Carolina Aiken Lab Experiment Second year, Upper Division 7/16/2012
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Simple synthesis of MoO2(acac)2 and evaluation of spectra Patricia L. Stan, Taylor University Lab Experiment First year, Second year 7/16/2012
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Synthesis and Analysis of the POM Ammonium Decavanadate, (NH4) 6V10O28*6H2O Sabrina G. Sobel, Hofstra University Lab Experiment First year, Second year 6/24/2013
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Trends in Measured Redox Potentials and Computed Molecular Orbital Energies of Derivatized Buckminsterfullerenes Robert Q. Topper, Cooper Union Lab Experiment Upper Division 6/25/2013
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The Synthesis and Characterization of Cobalt Spinels Rebecca Ricciardo, The Ohio State University Lab Experiment Second year, Upper Division 6/25/2013
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Kool-Aid analysis: Visible Spectroscopy and Paper Chromatography Megan Strayer, The Pennsylvania State University Lab Experiment First year 6/26/2013
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Synthesis and Migratory-Insertion Reactivity of CpMo(CO)3(CH3): Small-Scale Organometallic Preparations Utilizing Modern Glove-Box Techniques Matt Whited, Carleton College Lab Experiment Upper Division 8/26/2013
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