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Silica (SiO2) nanoparticles have recently been explored for several medical applications. When used in these applications, the nanoparticles enter biological environments such as the human bloodstream. As a nanomaterial spends time in the bloodstream, it develops what is […]

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Ionic liquids have been researched widely as possible green designer materials for a wide variety of applications. Recent effort has focused more directly on ionic liquids that are confined in some way, such as within polymer matricies. Additionally, […]

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Techniques for relating complex vibrational observables with physical variables that are readily available in molecular simulations have been used extensively in the past two decades to connect to vibrational spectroscopy experiments with great success. However, the simplicity of […]

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Clyde A. Daly Jr. is an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Haverford College. Born in Boston to Montserratian-American parents, he attended Gordon College and graduated with a degree in Chemistry. While at Gordon, he worked in the experimental […]

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Sunny is a Chemistry major with a biology concentration from just outside Washington D.C. She was an Ambassador of Multicultural Awareness (AMA) for an incoming first-year hall and also a goalie of the Haverford field hockey team. In […]

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Sara (she/her/hers) is a Math major with a Chemistry and Spanish minor from Washington, DC. She is a peer tutor in chemistry and math, a member of the Math Inclusion and Diversity Committee and plays on the Haverford […]

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Logan (he/him/his) is a likely chemistry major from Granville, Ohio. On campus, Logan works for the Arboretum and is a member of the Outdoors Club and in his free time, Logan enjoys cooking and hiking/backpacking. A fun fact […]
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