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More Adventures as a Web Adviser:


Brian Pankuch
Chemistry Department, Union County College
Cranford, NJ 07016


I was the web advisor for Tom Spiro’s course on the Chemistry of the Environment during Spring 2001. Tom decided to use a lot of expertise available at Princeton, so many of the lectures were given by top environmental researchers. Some on work that hasn’t been published yet. Unfortunately I was teaching my own courses when most of the talks were given but the ones I was able to attend were very informative. In particular Mario Molina, Nobel Prize in chemistry 1995 for work on stratospheric ozone, painted a historical picture of what life was like in the early 1900’s without refrigeration.

We are currently trying to track down the remainder of this paper.

10/15/01 to 10/19/01