Welcome to the Chemistry Department
The Department of Chemistry offers several programs that lead to the B.A. or B.S. degree. The curricula are designed to prepare the student for a career in industry or secondary education, for admission to a graduate program in chemistry or biochemistry, or for admission to medical school.
|Dr. Greg Brewer, Chairman|
A Brief History
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Gave a May 22 presentation on “Kinetics of Hydrocarbon Radical-Radical Reactions in the Gas Phase” at the Institute of Chemical Physics at the Russian Academy of Science in Moscow. That same day, he gave another presentation titled “Structure and Practices of Higher Education in Physics, Chemistry, and Related Fields in the United States of America.” He gave a June 4 presentation titled “Chemical Kinetics of Unimolecular and Recombination Reactions of Radicals in the Gas Phase” at the meeting of the Scientific Research Council at the Institute of Chemical Physics at the Russian Academy of Science. He gave a presentation titled “Kinetics and Mechanism of the Reaction of Vinyl and Hydroxyl Radicals” at the Sixth European Combustion Meeting held June 26 in Lund, Sweden.
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All Souls Liturgy. Memorial Mass for Deceased of the CUA Community
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