The Chemistry Master's program provides knowledge, skills and discovery within the chemical sciences. The program prepares candidates for professional employment in chemistry, for teaching at the community college or secondary level, and for graduate studies beyond the M.S. level in chemistry and related fields. Primary focus is on a research project that culminates in a written thesis or project report and an oral defense, supplemented with advanced course work in chemistry or related disciplines. Research is offered in a variety of fields including interdisciplinary work in organic, inorganic, physical, computational, analytical, environmental, biochemistry, and chemistry education.
This collection features theses from Master of Science students in the Department of Chemistry Graduate Program at Central Washington University.
Theses from 2017
Iron Reduction in Soot, Hector Casique
Theses from 2016
Confirmation of Emx2 Protein Binding Partners, Cody Gillman
Theses from 2015
Total Synthesis of Clavatadine A Analogs to Produce a Viable Reversible Inhibitor for Factor XIa, Christopher E. Malmberg
Theses from 1967
Preliminary Studies on the Mechanism of the Rupe Reaction, Ann D. Anderson
Pigments of the Crinoid Florometra Serretissima, Guy Allen Howard