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Extractions: Research Assistant for Dr. Bottomley . Research projects included: microfabrication of porous silicon devices, nanosynthesis and fabrication using the AFM and single molecule mechanical testing. Additionally served as a Teaching Assistant for Instrumental and Quantitative Analysis. Responsibilities included teaching, operation and maintenance of: GC, GC/MS, LC, DSC, FTIR, AA, UV-VIS, FIA, and ISE Titration equipment. Other responsibilities included acting as the group network administrator and maintenance and management of the AFM.
Extractions: C arbon-based electrode materials (e.g., carbon fibers, glassy carbon, and graphite) are used in various electrochemical technologies, including electroanalysis, energy storage devices, and electrosynthesis. These materials have similar microstructures consisting of layers of condensed, six-membered aromatic rings with sp -hybridized carbon atoms trigonally bonded to one another. The crystallite size and extent of microstructural order can vary from material to material (i.e., edge-to-basal plane ratio), which has important implications for the electron-transfer kinetics of a given redox analyte ( The electrochemical performance of these materials has been studied in detail over the past three decades, and much has been learned about the structure-reactivity relationship ( ). The use of synthetic conductive and semiconductive diamond thin films in electrochemistry has only recently been reported ( ). However, the relationship between the physical, chemical, and electronic properties of diamond and its electrochemical performance is not well understood and is the subject of much recent interest.
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Extractions: [RETURN to ChemConf '98 Home Page] William E. Brewer (1), Stephen J. Lambert (2), Stephen L. Morgan (3), and Scott R. Goode (3) South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, Toxicology Department, Columbia, SC 29210 South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, DNA/Serology Department, Columbia, SC 29210 Columbia SC 29208. E-mail: Brewer@psc.psc.sc.edu SLMorgan@sc.edu Goode@sc.edu Table of Contents Abstract References Introduction This was a lofty chamber, lined and littered with countless bottles. Broad, low tables were scattered about, which bristled with retorts, test-tubes, and little Bunsen lamps, with their blue flickering flames. There was only one student in the room, who was bending over a distant table absorbed in his work. At the sound of our steps he glanced round and sprang to his feet with a cry of pleasure. "Ive found it! Ive found it," he shouted to my companion, running towards us with a test-tube in his hand. "I have found a re-agent which is precipitated by hemoglobin, and by nothing else." Had he discovered a gold mine, greater delight could not have shone upon his features "Dr. Watson, Mr. Sherlock Holmes," said Stamford, introducing us.
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Extractions: The links listed below are an edited-mirror of Knut Irgum's attempt to present a comprehensive list of analytical chemistry resources on the Internet. Knut is affiliated with the chemistry department of Umea University, Sweden. If you get a chance, check out Knut's version. It's colorfully annotated, and possibly, more recently updated than these pages. Before reproducing these pages you should contact Knut at firstname.lastname@example.org. You are invited to submit links for indexing, as well as to notify either Kurt (as above) or Jack of errors you may find in the links. The mirror site was created by Jack Martin, Faculty Adjunct at San Diego State University, for the convenience of SDSU, and to reduce traffic on the Internet. Analytical Chemistry Information Resources Return to the Main Menu This page was last edited May, 1996 by Jack Martin.
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Extractions: A Discipline at the Heart of IUPAC , by D.S. Moore Analytical chemistry is a scientific discipline that develops and applies methods, instruments and strategies to obtain information on the composition and nature of matter in space and time, as well as on the value of these measurements, i.e., their uncertainty, validation, and/or traceability to fundamental standards. Aims and Areas of Interest Activities, Projects and Reports News and Events Emerging issues in metrology in chemistry
Extractions: Personal Forskning Utbildning Publikationer ... Examensarbeten The Division of Analytical Chemistry at KTH is very active in undergraduate and postgraduate education as well as in research. Undergraduate courses aim at giving prospective chemical engineers insights in the benefits of chemical analysis and common instrumental analytical techniques. An important aim of the courses is to teach the students to select methods, treat analytical data and judge its reliability. Two research groups are active at Analytical Chemistry. One of the groups is studying and developing new separation methods for organic and biochemical compounds, with pharmaceutical and industrial applications. Another important activity of this group is the development of chip based tools for nano-scale chemistry and analysis (see also www.nanochem.kth.se
Extractions: Analytical Chemistry Understanding the chemistry of the brain has been a longtime goal. However, because of the small size of synapses and the inaccessibility of the brain, the task of making meaningful chemical measurements has not always been easy. Direct assessment of tissue content for neurotransmitters, metabolites, and other species has been done for many years, and much has been learned from these experiments. However, there are several drawbacks to tissue assays. Aside from the fact that only one time point is obtained from a subject, tissue content does not yield information about compartmentation of the neurotransmitter among the various structures of the brain such as neurons, glia, cytoplasm, vesicles, and extracellular fluid. Because communication is achieved via chemicals released by one cell to stimulate receptors on the surface of another cell, it is primarily the compartment outside the cells where observations are desired, particularly the release and removal of transmitters. Twenty-one years ago, Ralph Adams introduced in vivo voltammetry (
Extractions: Analytical Chemistry The research and teaching activities are conducted by two research groups - one in analytical chemistry and one in pharmaceutical chemistry. The two groups perform basic as well as applied research in a number of areas covering analytical chemistry, bioinorganic chemistry, environmental chemistry, physical chemistry, drug delivery, inorganic chemistry, and toxicology. In the analytical chemistry group, the main research area is advanced separation techniques and the application areas are drug metabolism and the fate of drugs in the environment. The main research area of the pharmaceutical chemistry group is drug delivery and bioinorganic chemistry. The teaching activities at the institute include courses on masters-level in basic inorganic, analytical, and physical chemistry. More advances courses are given in analytical, bioinorganic, pharmaceutical and environmental chemistry. Furthermore, the institute offers a number of courses on Ph.D.-level. In total, the department is responsible for more than 25 courses. The total number of employees at the institute is around 60 persons including three full professors and 15-17 assistant and associate professors.
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