Organic chemistry affects all aspects of life and living systems, but also our modern technological society. A basic understanding of the basic principles of this chemistry will aid students to make more informed decisions in their career and life.
The organic chemistry laboratories are designed to illustrate the material covered in lecture to the students, but also to teach them how to work independently in any laboratory environment.
Safety is of the utmost importance in the laboratory, but also in everyday life. The safety class aims to make the students aware of the impact their behavior has on their safety in any circumstance. Personal responsibility and ethics are also discussed in this class.
Padias, Anne Buyle; Hall, H. K., Jr.. "Mechanism studies of LCP synthesis." Polymers (Basel, Switzerland) (2011), 3(2), 833-845.
Hall, H.K.,Jr.; Padias, Anne Buyle. "A paradigm for the mechanisms and products of spontaneous polymerizations." Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry (2009), 47(24), 6735-6749.
Hall, H. K. Jr.; Padias, Anne B.; Boone, Harold W. "Condensation routes to polyaniline and its analogs." Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry (2007), 45(21), 4751-4763.
Elandaloussi, El Hadj; Somogyi, Arpad; Padias, Anne Buyle; Bates, Robert; Hall, H. K., Jr.. "Resequencing of Comonomer Units of Well-Defined Vectra Oligomers during MALDI-TOF Mass Spectral Measurements." Macromolecules (2006), 39(20), 6913-6923.
Wang, Hua; Padias, Anne Buyle; Hall, H. K. Jr. "Photocopolymerization of Methyl Vinyl Keotne with Acrylonitrile by Direct Monomer Irradiation." Polymer Bulletin (Heidelberg, Germany) (2006), 57(4), 457-461.
Hall, H.K.,Jr.; Padias, Anne Buyle. "The relationship of cycloaddition reaction to spontaneous vinyl polymerizations." Helvetica Chimica Acta (2005), 88(6), 1553-1559.