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Thursday, April 12 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Explosive cyclic molecules

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Highly energetic molecules have been researched in science for many years to be used as fuels, explosives and fireworks. To create these molecules, the starting material needs to contain very weak bonds that can form very strong bonds when undergoing combustion. The molecules of interest have been selected due to their odd and highly strained bond angles and the fact that they have never been studied for their thermochemical properties. This study was done to determine if these molecules have high energy densities.

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Alexis Ebensberger

I am a biology and chemistry double major from West Des Moines, IA. I play for the women's soccer team.
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Hannah Farley

I am biology and chemistry double major from Niles, IL. I play for the women's volleyball team.
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Kayla Schaefer

I am a biology/chemistry double major from Lee's Summit, MO.
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Karli Smith

I am a biology and chemistry double major from Lamoni, IA. I am on the golf team for Graceland.

Thursday April 12, 2018 3:00pm - 3:30pm CDT
105 Resch Reach Science and Technology Hall

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