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Deletion Of Ph Response Genes In Cryptococcus Neoformans, Hannah Finson, Michael S. Price 2021 Liberty University

Deletion Of Ph Response Genes In Cryptococcus Neoformans, Hannah Finson, Michael S. Price

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Basic


Chemical Leeching Of Wood Sealents, Chloe Rippey, Luke Autrey, Ellisa Gene Catahan, Stephen Hobson 2021 Liberty University

Chemical Leeching Of Wood Sealents, Chloe Rippey, Luke Autrey, Ellisa Gene Catahan, Stephen Hobson

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Basic


Greening Of Ferrocene Column Chromatography, Marissa Scilley, Anderson Hill, Michael R. Korn 2021 Liberty University

Greening Of Ferrocene Column Chromatography, Marissa Scilley, Anderson Hill, Michael R. Korn

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Basic


Incorporating The Origin Of Life Theme In Organic Chemistry Laboratories: Analyses Of Amino Acids, Emmalyn Sarver, Michael R. Korn 2021 Liberty University

Incorporating The Origin Of Life Theme In Organic Chemistry Laboratories: Analyses Of Amino Acids, Emmalyn Sarver, Michael R. Korn

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Basic


Design And Analysis Of A Novel Fluorescent Cell Stain, Simeon Standridge, Richard Sirard, Michael R. Korn 2021 Liberty University

Design And Analysis Of A Novel Fluorescent Cell Stain, Simeon Standridge, Richard Sirard, Michael R. Korn

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Basic


Nitro Group Reduction For Use In Organic, Cathodic Materials, Brock G. Goeden 2021 University of South Dakota

Nitro Group Reduction For Use In Organic, Cathodic Materials, Brock G. Goeden

Honors Thesis

The industrial demand for higher capacity, light-weight battery materials has skyrocketed in recent years due to heavy investments in portable electronics, electronic vehicles, and renewable energy sources. However, rechargeable battery technology has seen little improvement since the invention of the Lithium-Ion battery in the 1980s. The low energy density of the traditionally utilized LiCoO2 cathodic material (specific capacity: 272 mAh g-1), has limited its potential to meet these increasing demands. To solve this problem, our research group is investigating new types of lightweight, organic, polymeric materials with conductive backbones as a possible replacement for the cathodic materials in Lithium-Ion batteries ...


A Spectroscopic And Computational Study Of Diacetyl And Water Clusters, Margaret Baldwin 2021 University of Mississippi

A Spectroscopic And Computational Study Of Diacetyl And Water Clusters, Margaret Baldwin

Honors Theses

Diacetyl, otherwise known as 1,2-butadione or biacetyl, is a flavor additive used in microwave popcorn, and more importantly as of late, e-cigarettes. The compound is known to cause lung disease for those who have been exposed to a large quantity of the buttery smelling molecule. As such, the characterization of diacetyl’s vibrational modes when it interacts with water are pivotal to understanding the effects it has on human lung tissue. In this research, the intermolecular interactions between water and diacetyl and the effects they have on one another’s vibrational modes are explored. While some experimental data is ...


Developing An Experiment For General Chemistry Ii, Tyler Fisher 2021 Southern Adventist University

Developing An Experiment For General Chemistry Ii, Tyler Fisher

Campus Research Day

I am presenting on my research in figuring out how the electrochem station works for the chemistry department. My goal is to standardize the machine and then design and create an experiment for General Chemistry II Lab.


Synthesis Of Dibenzophosphole Derivatives, Allan Roy Sison 2021 Southern Adventist University

Synthesis Of Dibenzophosphole Derivatives, Allan Roy Sison

Campus Research Day

This presentation will demonstrate how dibenzophosphole derivatives are synthesized. There will also be studies on the properties of this complex compound. Our experiment is based on previous studies on dibenzophospholes. We will be using the methods from the previous studies and we will synthesize the derivatives of the dibenzophosphole compound using other compounds such as dibromophenol.


"What Lights Up Your "Tech"? - Subtitle: Synthesis Of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (Pah) Using To 2,2-Dibromo-1,1-Binapthalene, Jefferd Daniel 2021 Southern Adventist University

"What Lights Up Your "Tech"? - Subtitle: Synthesis Of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (Pah) Using To 2,2-Dibromo-1,1-Binapthalene, Jefferd Daniel

Campus Research Day

The application of this molecule can be used eventually to add several elements like (Bromine, Chlorine, etc.) Previous done research that was conducted was in shortening the process to synthesize PAH. Since then, there has been research conducted to stabilize the compound by closing/linking two of the un-linked benzene rings.

Synthesize phosphyl-paralene, functionalize, and analyze the properties of those molecules and attach its derivatives


Synthesis Of Dibenzophospholes From Biphenyl, Claudia Velasquez 2021 Southern Adventist University

Synthesis Of Dibenzophospholes From Biphenyl, Claudia Velasquez

Campus Research Day

The aim is a direct synthesis of various diphenzylphospholes using biphenyl, phosphonic acid, and Tf2O. Successful addition of the phosphonic acid in a one step reaction would result in a more efficient production of the diphenylphospholes.


Dibenzophosphole Synthesis From 4-4’-Ditertbutyl-1,1’-Biphenyl By Double C-P Bond Formation, Annette Echevarria 2021 Southern Adventist University

Dibenzophosphole Synthesis From 4-4’-Ditertbutyl-1,1’-Biphenyl By Double C-P Bond Formation, Annette Echevarria

Campus Research Day

No abstract provided.


Products Of An Acid-Catalyzed 1-Methylcyclopentene Reaction, Erin Burke 2021 Southern Adventist University

Products Of An Acid-Catalyzed 1-Methylcyclopentene Reaction, Erin Burke

Campus Research Day

The poster presents research on the alternate products produced from 1-methylcyclopentene across different concentrations of sulfuric acid catalyst.


Thessaloniki Greece - 1992, 2021 University of Denver

Thessaloniki Greece - 1992

World Data - Europe

No abstract provided.


Kathmandu Nepal - 1993, 2021 University of Denver

Kathmandu Nepal - 1993

World Data - Asia

No abstract provided.


Determination Of The Traits In Leguminous Crops Under Saline Condition, Tojiddin Kuliev, Karomat Ismailova 2021 Gulistan state University

Determination Of The Traits In Leguminous Crops Under Saline Condition, Tojiddin Kuliev, Karomat Ismailova

Karakalpak Scientific Journal

In this study, the variability and determination of genetic traits for winter legume crop varieties the Vostok-55 (Pisum arvense L) and Mirzachul-1 (Vicia villoza Roth L) were investigated under moderate saline soil condition. Results show that the weight of the bean was marked as variable and highly deterministic, and the height of the plants was the most stable. The selection of plants based on these traits is the most effective way of salinity. Both variety the forage pea Vostok-55 and vetch Mirzachul-1 is highly recommended as a sideration and forage crop in saline lands.


Electrospinning Fibers Via Complex Coacervation, Xiangxi Meng 2021 University of Massachusetts Amherst

Electrospinning Fibers Via Complex Coacervation, Xiangxi Meng

Doctoral Dissertations

Electrospun fibers are high-surface-area materials widely used in applications ranging from batteries to wound dressings. Typically, an electrospinning precursor solution is prepared by dissolving a high-molecular-weight polymer in an organic solvent to form a sufficiently entangled solution. Our approach bypasses the requirement for entanglements and completely avoids toxic chemicals by focusing on using an aqueous complex coacervates solution. Coacervates are a dense, polymer-rich liquid phase resulting from the associative electrostatic complexation of oppositely charged macroions.

We were the first to demonstrate that liquid complex coacervates could be successfully electrospun into polyelectrolyte complex (PEC) fibers. A canonical coacervate system was formed ...


Tulsa - Wb Us64 To Sb Us169, 2021 University of Denver

Tulsa - Wb Us64 To Sb Us169

United States Data - Oklahoma

No abstract provided.


Fort Mchenry Tunnel - 1991, 2021 University of Denver

Fort Mchenry Tunnel - 1991

United States Data - Maryland

No abstract provided.


Detection Of Gold Cysteine Thiolate Complexes On Gold Nanoparticles With Time-Of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, Yolanda Hedberg, Jonas Hedberg, Valentin Romanovski, Elena Romanovskaia, Heng-Yong Nie 2021 Western University

Detection Of Gold Cysteine Thiolate Complexes On Gold Nanoparticles With Time-Of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, Yolanda Hedberg, Jonas Hedberg, Valentin Romanovski, Elena Romanovskaia, Heng-Yong Nie

Chemistry Publications

Gold (Au) nanoparticles (NPs) are widely used in nanomedical applications as a carrier for molecules designed for different functionalities. Previous findings suggested that biological molecules, including amino acids, could contribute to the dissolution of Au NPs in physiological environments and that this phenomenon was size-dependent. We, therefore, investigated the interactions of L-cysteine with 5-nm Au NPs by means of time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS). This was achieved by loading Au NPs on a clean aluminum (Al) foil and immersing it in an aqueous solution containing L-cysteine. Upon rinsing off the excessive cysteine molecules, ToF-SIMS confirmed the formation of gold ...


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