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Twelve Chemistry majors presented their research at the 229th American Chemical Society national meeting in San Diego, CA. Poster titles and authors are listed below.

  • Competitive inhibition of LuxS: A quorum sensing enzyme Michael MaCauley, Nickeisha Stephenson, and Scott Ulrich.
  • Stille reactions catalyzed by a silylene-palladium complex Michael Sangi, Kenneth Lassen, Nick Hill, and Michael Haaf.
  • Selective inhibition of mutant histone deacetylases Mark Hedglin and Scott M. Ulrich.
  • Synthesis of mitochondrially targeted antioxidants Erin Grosstephan, Henry Schierembergg, Sonya Morse, James R. Connor, Xuesheng Zhang, and Michael Haaf.
  • Synthesis and characterization of low-melting salts: N-alkyl pyridinium cations with derivatized carborane anions Jesse Kleingardner and Anna S. Larsen.
  • Unified molecular orbital images for the chemistry classroom Matthew K. Sprague and Anna S. Larsen.
  • Synthesis and characterization of cyclopentadienyl nitrosyl ruthenium complex Matthew J. Pearsall and Anna S. Larsen.
  • p-Type nanocube CuO films and polycrystalline Cu2O films for photoelectrochemical energy conversion Thomas Andrew Polson and Akiko Fillinger.
  • Energetic and geometric insights of methoxide in methanol CH3O-(CH3OH)n, for n = 1-20 Vincent F. DeTuri and Matthew K. Sprague.
  • Syntheses and chemosensory of anthracene and phenanthrene bisimides Zachary A. Bogusz
  • Proton transfer between chloroform and methoxide in methanol solvent Vincent F. DeTuri.
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