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Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Event Posters  [48]

Persistent link to this collection: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/227258

This collection contains posters from events held at and/or sponsored by the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. The events date from 2014 to the present. Please note that this collection is not comprehensive; other events may have been held and other posters may exist.


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Assessing the Degradation of Munitions Compounds by Compound Specific Isotope Analysis in Natural and Engineered Environments (2021-11-19)

Berens, Matthew; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2021)
Iron-bearing minerals are important reductants in the contaminated subsurface, but their availability for the reduction of anthropogenic pollutants is often limited by competition with other electron acceptors including ...

Why Does Plastic Yellow as it Ages?? (2021-11-05)

Elmer-Dixon, Margaret; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2021)
Many polymers yellow as they age. Polymer aging with resultant chemical changes to the macromolecule is generally attributed to oxidation pathways, particularly for polyolefins. Because of the basic subunit nature of ...

Plastics in the Environment: The Impact of Weathering on the Fate and Transformations of Aquatic Plastic Debris (2021-10-22)

Maurer-Jones, Melissa; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2021)
Plastics are a ubiquitous part of everyday life and a central challenge in the environment. Environmental stresses such as sunlight, temperature fluctuations, wet/dry cycling or microbial forces affect the longevity ...

Applications of Synthetic Chemistry: From Biomaterials and Environmental Science to Molecular Electronics (2021-10-08)

Banks, Surya; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2021)
The extent of synthetic organic chemistry is pervasive in every aspect of our society today. However, this applied science is no longer exclusive to one laboratory and has evolved into an exciting multidisciplinary and ...

From Pesticides to PFASs: Effects of Black Carbon on the Fate and Transport of Dissolved Organic Contaminants (2021-10-01 and 2021-12-03)

Ulrich, Bridget; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry (2021)
Semi-polar dissolved organic contaminants such as pesticides and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) are often both biologically active and highly mobile in aquatic systems, causing health concerns for humans and aquatic ecosystems. ...

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