Fig. 1.The concept of magnet switching pro-vides indefinitely sustained MHD microfluidics in one direction. Shown is a representative plot of fluid displacement and applied current as a function of time (an intermittent square wave, ISW) during a switching experiment.

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SEMINARS & EVENTS

2/7/2022, Department Seminar: "Stereoselective Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation via Organoboron Compounds" with Dr. Ming Chen, Auburn University

2/14/2022, Department Seminar: "High Sensitivity Microfluidic Measurements of Biomolecules" with Dr. Tom Linz, Wayne State University

4/08/2022, Analytical Seminar: "Microcystin-LR Removal from Water via Enzymatic Linearization and Ultrafiltration" with Audie Key Thompson, University of Arkansas

4/15/2022, Analytical Seminar: "Development of Electrochemical Aptasensors on the Microscale, in Arrays and At Faster Timescales" with Robert Lazenby, Florida State University

4/18/2022, Department Seminar: "Synthesis and Photophysics of First-Row Transition Metal Oxide Semiconductor Nanomaterials" with Kathryn Knowles, University of Rochester

4/22/2022, Analytical Seminar: "How to Get a Fulbright Grant to Study Abroad: How I Spent U.S. Government Money in Sweden and Why You Should Too" with Julie Stenken and Jonathan Langley

4/25/2022, Department Seminar - Pulay Lecture Series: "The Wonders of Electron Density: From Fractional Electrons and Optical Spectroscopy to Covalent and Noncovalent Interactions" with Weitao Yang, Duke University

Cumulative Exams, 5:00PM, CHEM 144

  • February 11, 2022 

  • February 18, 2022

  • March 18, 2022

  • April 8, 2022

  • April 29, 2022