General Papers

Friday, October 9, 2009: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Wadsworth (Hilton Third Floor)
Presider:
Ellen G. Anderson, Ph.D.
Organizer:
Tyson A. Miller
8:05 AM
158
Biochemistry Goes to the Movies
Ellen G. Anderson, Ph.D., Saint Joseph College
8:45 AM
160
How Can We Draw Reasonable Conclusions From Our Measurements?
William Green, Ph.D., E. O. Smith High School
9:25 AM
162
The Relation of Bond Energies to Bond Orders and Atomic Orbital Populations
George A. Petersson, Fisk Professor of Natural Science, Wesleyan University; Sonia Tulyani, United Technologies Research Center
9:45 AM
10:05 AM
163
Is Biodiesel a Reasonable Alternate Energy Fuel for Connecticut?
James D. Stuart, Emeritus Professor, University of Connecticut; Anthony Provatas, University of Connecticut; Stephanie Clark, University of Connecticut; Lu Han, University of Connecticut
10:25 AM
164
Waste Plastic Converting Into High Energy Content Liquid Fuel
Moinuddin Sarker, PhD, MCIC, Natural State Research, Inc.
10:45 AM
165
Hydrophilic, Conjugatable Hydroporphyrins as Far-Red and near-IR Absorbers
Jayeeta Bhaumik, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School; Jason R. McCarthy, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School; Nabyl Merbouh, Simon Fraser University; Ralph Weissleder, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
11:05 AM
166
Hybrid Inorganic/Organic Self-Assembled Clays Nanocomposites for Organic Photovoltaics
Peter N. Kariuki, State University of New york at Binghamton; Jessica Gendron, State University of New york at Binghamton; Christopher M. Madl, State University of New york at Binghamton; Michael R. Topka, Union College; Wayne E. Jones Jr, State University of New york at Binghamton; Michael E. Hagerman, Union College