A New Undergraduate Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

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Description

Central Michigan University is developing a new sophomore- junior level undergraduate inorganic lecture-laboratory course focussing on synthesis and characterization. The availability of the newly acquired automatic polarimeter, Evans magnetic susceptibility balance, and high temperature box furnace make it possible for undergraduates to: study of optical isomerism in transition metal complexes; determine of magnetic moments of complexes; and, the synthesis and characterization of solids. The equipment is also being used by students conducting undergraduate research.

StatusFinished
Effective start/end date05/1/9210/31/94

Funding

  • National Science Foundation: $15,490.00

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