201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA

May 12-17, 2002


V1 - Fullerenes at the Boundary of Education


Sunday, May 12, 2002

Independence Ballrooms I-II

Co-Chairs: R.B. Weisman and P.V. Kamat

2:00836 Nanometerscale Architecture - H.W. Kroto (University of Sussex)
2:50 Thirty-Minute Intermission -
3:20837 Suggestions for Using Fullerenes in an Undergraduate Organic Chemistry Laboratory Course - G. Miller (University of New Hampshire)
3:40838 SET on the NET (Science Engineering and Technology on the Internet) - H.W. Kroto (University of Sussex)
4:00839 C60F18: The Most Versatile Fullerene - R. Taylor (Sussex University)
4:20840 Photophysical Characterization of Fullerenes as a Undergraduate Physical-Organic Experiments - J. Grabowski (University of Pittsburgh)
4:40841 Undergraduate Lab Module in Fullerene Chemistry - R.B. Weisman (Rice University)
5:00842 Spectroelectrochemistry as a Tool in Understanding Fullerene Redox Processes - K. Kadish (University of Houston)