Faculty and students present at national ACS conference
Three faculty members and two senior chemistry majors traveled to the spring 245th American Chemical Society National Meeting in New Orleans, LA to present in four divisions: Chemical Education, Inorganic, Organic and Physical Chemistry.
- Rearrangement reactions of epoxides derived from (R)-pulegone in an advanced organic laboratory (Larry G. French)
- Exploration of tandem sulfoxide-sulfenate rearrangement/intramolecular Diels-Alder reactions of 1,2,4-triazines (Louis J. Trzepkowski, ’13 and Larry G. French)
- Metallacrowns: Novel α-hydroxy hydroxamic acid ligands and the application of thermogravimetric analysis to metallacrowns (Neil A. Law, Katherine E. Buxton,’14, Norman V. Duffy)
- Small molecules, big ideas: Integrative chemistry and prison exchange (Zak A. Johnson, ’13 and Samantha Glazier)
- Combined isothermal titration calorimetry and fluorescence stopped flow study of the DNA threading mechanism of nogalamycin (Samantha Glazier)