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May 10, 2011 § Leave a comment
Chemiluminescence . . . supercalifragilisticsexpialidocious? No. Chemiluminescence.
The emission of light during a chemical reaction, occurring without emission of heat; the light produced by such a reaction.
Lynn McMain, Head of Reference & Instruction at Newton Gresham Library, shares a dialogue with Dr. Thomas Chasteen, professor of Chemistry at Sam Houston State University. Listen to the podcast. They discuss his “academic genealogy,” his research activities in chemiluminescence and atmospheric chemistry, the acclaimed chemistry websites that he maintains, his approach to teaching and embracing of new educational technologies, and his international collaborative work with other chemists. (from Musings from Sam Houston’s Stomping Grounds)
Bioluminescence : chemical principles and methods by Osamu Shimomura
QH641 .S52 2006
The Chemistry of the Atmosphere : its impact on global change : perspectives and recommendations by John W. Birks
QC879.6 .I55 1991
Fundamentals of Environmental Chemistry by Stanley E. Manahan
TD193 .M36 2009
Atmospheric Science at NASA : a history by Erik M. Conway
QC855 .C66 2008
Atmospheric Science : an introductory survey by John M. Wallace
QC861.3 .W34 2006
The Joy of Chemistry : the amazing science of familiar things by Cathy Cobb QD35 .C56 2005