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Chemistry Department receives instrumentation grant
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A competitive grant from the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh will fund enhanced instrumentation to support Muskingum chemistry students.

The instrumentation purchased through the grant will be used throughout the University’s chemistry curriculum, from introductory classes to senior seminar.

Assistant Professor of Chemistry Seth Barrett, Associate Professor of Chemistry Deepamali Perera, and Professor of Chemistry Paul Szalay authored the grant.

The Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering science education, along with its sister organization, the Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh.

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