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“Chemical Kinetics Under Test”: Alexander writes in Science magazine’s Perspectives

In the January 2011 issue of Science magazine’s Perspectives, Distinguished University Professor Millard Alexander discusses how a wide range of hydrogen and helium isotopes serve as a fundamental tes
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Steve Rokita elected Fellow of the AAAS

Professor Steve Rokita has been elected a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and will be inducted in this year’s annual national meeting in February in Washington DC.  As
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Professor Emeritus DeVoe has authored new text “Thermodynamics and Chemistry”

Professor Emeritus Howard DeVoe has authored “Thermodynamics and Chemistry,” a textbook designed for a one-semester course of classical thermodynamics.  The first  edition was published in 2001
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Sita’s olefin polymerization process one of C&EN Chemical Year in Review’s major chemical advances for 2010

Chemical & Engineering News has featured and highlighted Professor Sita and colleagues’ polymerization technology as one of the major chemistry breakthroughs for the year 2010. The new strategy for pr
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Understanding the Chemical Universe

Study Combining Experiment and Theory Affirms Key Premise of Quantum Chemistry Millard Alexander, Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, in UM’s College of Chemical and Life Scienc