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CHEMISTRY NEWS LINKS

April 8, 2014 | Materials SCENE | Nano SCENE

Carbon Dots For White LEDs Made In One Step

Nanotechnology: Simple, low-cost process yields carbon nanoparticles that emit bright white light.

3/14/14 - Biotechnology companies generating spider silk. For the rest of the story...

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CHEMISTRY

Chemistry is the science which studies matter, its properties and composition, and the laws that govern the formation of matter from the basic elements. 

The breadth of the subject area is enormous and chemists can be found working on such diverse problems as the development of new plastics and fibers, drug preparation, pollution control, the isolation and identification of plant and insect hormones, medical research, nuclear chemistry, and the analysis of geological materials.

Come take a class in our Science and Technology Building.
For excellent science websites, see links on the right of this page.

Chemistry Full-Time Faculty

Ted Baldwin
ST 205
T: 360-475-7733
tbaldwin@olympic.edu

Billy Flowers
ST 209
T: 360-475-7707
bflowers@olympic.edu

Cameon Geyer
ST 213
T: 360-475-7728
cgeyer@olympic.edu

Allison Phayre
ST 210
T: 360-475-7730
aphayre@olympic.edu

John Pellock
Olympic College Poulsbo
Room 213
T: 360-394-2771
jpellock@olympic.edu

 

CHEMISTRY PART-TIME FACULTY

In addition to the full-time faculty members listed above, many other qualified professors serve on a part-time basis.  Although the part-time faculty members serve as an integral aspect of our community, quarterly schedule changes preclude listing them individually.  For information on how to contact a part-time faculty member, please contact the MESH Division Office at 360.475.7700. The college directory web page is HERE.

CHEMISTRY PLACEMENT TESTING

CHEM& 139 PLACEMENT TESTING 

CHEMISTRY 131 PLACEMENT TESTING  - CHEM& 131 testing times are in ST 106 by appointment only:
  • Tues. - 9-11 a.m.
  • Wed. - 1-3 p.m.
  • Thurs. - 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Testing is offered in the Science & Technology Building in room ST 106. Go to the MESH division office to make your appointment or contact Karen Osborn, 360-475-6830 for scheduling a time. The tests are free. Please bring a pencil, calculator and scratch paper. 

CHEM& 131 is needed to place into BIOL& 241 Information is here for downloading. (PDF) You must have completed CHEM& 121 before you can take this test. The prerequisite for CHEM& 121 is Math 99 with a 2.0 or better. Also, you can only take this test once a quarter.

Rev.: June 6, 2014 Karen Osborn