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Christine Brennan Schmidt
This spreadsheet can be downloaded and used to create a content inventory of your website.
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Semora Smith
On Tuesday, April 2 at 7:30 a.m., we will have the Senior Chemists Breakfast during the ACS National Meeting in Orlando, FL at the Hilton Orlando Hotel, Orlando III. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Peter Hancock, Provost Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and the Institute for Simulation and Training at the University…
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Christine Brennan Schmidt
As many of you know, your URL is an important part of your website. Before we start discussing URLS, domains, and websites, here's a good refresher about the definitions and differences: Web terms 101: the difference between a URL, domain, website, and more. - Google Domains   With the transfer of your website off of webs.com, your website URL…
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Christine Brennan Schmidt
(Updated 2/19/19) Now that you know you must move or redo your website, where do you begin?   We recommend first doing an assessment of your current website.   What information do you have on it? What types of files are there? How current is the material? Are all of the files visible? Or do you have hidden files? Do you have any data which… (Show more)
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Alexis Haidak
I am a student at Umass Boston looking for a chemist to help me create a formula for a cleaning product. This product would open up a whole new market if we can find a formula that is effective. There is not yet a product out there that is effective. Let me know if interested. -Alexis
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Rochelle Kreider
I am a relatively new teacher in Chemistry, and every year I seem to have the same conceptual struggles with the bonding properties of water.  My students may feel confident in the concept the water is covalently bonded with a dipole nature that allows it to create hydrogen bonds and exhibit unique properties like surface tension and adhesion. … (Show more)
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Arlene Garrison
For those who have already retired, what one thing would you differently if you were retiring soon?
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DULSHAN SULAKSHANA
Hello everyone, im a mechanical eng student but im interested in a chemistry related question. how do we separate chemical constituents like cinnamon aldehyde from a bulk cinnamon bark oil? what methods do we use and what equipments do we use to separate these components. im interested doing a start up and It would be really helpful if you could… (Show more)
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