2016 Student Research Conference:
29th Annual Student Research Conference

Adventures from Argonne
Kyle J. Angle* and Dustin C. Gansebom
Dr. Amy Fuller and Dr. Tim Humphry, Faculty Mentors

Sulfate esters, molecules relevant to atmospheric chemistry and pollution, were crystallized for X-ray analysis at Argonne National Lab (ANL). ANL possesses an Advanced Photon Source for obtaining high-precision structural data. The trip to ANL allowed hands-on work with instruments unique to the facility, thus making it a rare opportunity for undergraduate students of any university. Discussion topics will include the implications of obtained data as well as the experience of working at a U.S. Department of Energy laboratory.

Keywords: Argonne National Lab, x-ray diffraction, crystallization, pollutants, sulfate esters, Advanced Photon Source, structural data, atmospheric chemistry

Topic(s):Chemistry

Presentation Type: Oral Paper

Session: -1
Location: MG 2001
Time: 1:00

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