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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Career Resources   Career Development Resources: A Top Priority. (From Goal 3 in the ACS Puget Sound Section's Mission/Vision Statement) The Puget Sound Section is committed to your career growth and intends to support the career development of the membership by providing information and opportunities about:  -…
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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Job Postings If you have a chemistry or chemical engineering position that you want listed here, please send us a message and we'll include it at no charge. Questions or comments?  Send us a message.   Adjunct Chemistry Instructor Northwest University | Kirkland, WA | ACS PSS Posting Date: 03/28/2020     The…
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Click to view contentDescription: The Executive Committee of the Puget Sound Section meets once a month (usually on the second Monday of the month). The Executive Committee does not normally meet in July or August, but in light of current events, we are holding meetings over the summer to conduct additional business related to providing content and opportunities to…
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FRIEDA HARDEN
I have a 12% hydrogen peroxide solution that states "3 drops of 12% is equal to 1 drop of 35%“.  Does that mean that you get 3x the amount of hydrogen peroxide, but you also get 3x the amt of distilled water because the % ratio stays the same?  Thx, Frieda in Oregon
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Monica VAN DER WALT
The question off which I am basing my question assumes that [Pt(Cl)(Br)(PPh3)2] can exist in either the square-planar or tetrahedral geometry. If one would use Pt-195 NMR spectroscopy how would the spectra of the possible molecules differ from each other? The effect of the Cl and Br can be disregarded.   My reasoning: For the square planar… (Show more)
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Lucas Dias
Hey everyone, I'm a brazilian researcher and I'm having quite a problem in order to find some information. I was wondering if any of you could help me out.   My question is: Why does an atom, in the gas state,  releases energy when an electron is added to it's eletrosphere? I founded lots of explanation on internet but none of them were clear… (Show more)
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Atanas Atanasov

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Stacy Lynwood
I'm hoping to find an answer to an odd question, so a lil back story. My daughter watched a tutorial on YouTube on how to shrink doll heads (think like barbie) using pure acetone and a mixture of water. With my supervision we have succeeded in doing this process.  Ok, so now my daughter,  being the curious tween she is, not wants to enlarge doll… (Show more)
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