dr. emily pentzer receives funding from u.s. air force uniting three cwru departments. dr. emily pentzer along with case western reserve university researchers alp sehirlioglu of the department of materials science and engineering, and walter lambrecht and xuan gao in the department of physics received more than $1,200,000 in funding from the air force office of scientific research.
welcome to the ucr department of chemistry case study collection. supported by funding from the national science foundation tues (transforming undergraduate education in stem) program and the u.s. department of agriculture higher education challenge grant program, we are creating a series of problem-based case studies that we hope instructors will implement during the first two years of their
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master student in chemistry email: [email protected]. yu hsin tsai (terence) is a 1st year master student in the department of chemistry at case western reserve university. he earned his bs degree in chemistry at university of oregon. terence research focuses in the study of titania nanostructures for biomedical applications.
simplifying the diagnosis of hemoglobinopathies, thalassemias. l. he, a.l. rockwood, a.m. agarwal, et al. have found that 21 tesla fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance-tandem mass spectrometry provides a benchmark for top-down mass spectrometry analysis of hemoglobin and can be used to diagnose hemoglobinopathies and thalassemias.
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the chemistry of cocaine this case study on the chemistry of cocaine is in the form of a classroom discussion between a professor and her students about cocaine, its addictive properties, a search for an addiction treatment, and the chemistry involved in the synthesis of cocai