Documents about Truman State

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    resume

    Truman State, EAD 603

    Excerpt: ... Eric A. Dieckman <eric.dieckman@gmail.com> (816) 820-5338 5052 Old Santa Fe Trail Wellington, MO 64097 E DUCATION Truman State University, Kirksville, MO B.S. in Physics Planned graduation: May 2008 2004-Present E XPERIENCE The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA Summer 2007 NSF REU Grant Conducted research on an alternative mechanical source to generate acoustic pulses for SurfaceEnhanced Laser Desorption and Ionization Time-of-Flight mass spectroscopy (SELDI TOF) Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA Summer 2005, Summer 2006 NSF REU Grant Studied the acoustics of various Southeast Asian free reed instruments in detail using such techniques as FFT analysis and laser vibrometry Wrote Matlab code implementing a computational method of transmission matrices as a major part of the project to determine the input impedance of these instruments Designed and constructed various pieces of experimental apparatus using a mill and lathe Truman State University 2004-Present Research Assistant, Teaching As ...

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    EIT_Poster-2009

    Truman State, EUROPE 2009

    Excerpt: ... INGS ARE AT 4:30 IN VIOLETTE HALL 1400 Pecs Sofiya FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, CONTACT: Skopje Istanbul Naples MACEDONIA Debra Cartwright Dr. Jason Lin Dr. Adriatic Tirana jlin@truman.edu dcart@truman.edu Thessaloniki (660)785-4349 (660)785-4331 ALBANIA SPAIN Valencia Sevilla Malaga Cagliari Titograd Tyrrhenian Sea Mediterranean Sea AN INTERNATIONAL STUDY OPPORTUNITY PROVIDED THROUGH THE CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AT TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY TU GREECE Aegean ...

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    alex_description

    Truman State, AH 428

    Excerpt: ... noc.system Truman State University, Missouri Alexander Horn, main developer Diane Tobin Johnson, faculty member January, 2005 LOR Application We began this project with the assumption that improved student access and use of learning objects would enhance student learning. Dr. Johnson is interested in taking advantage of technology in form of a Learning Object Repository in her upper level communication classes. She believes, for example, that immersion in case studies will help her students engage higherorder thinking skills and thereby learn more effectively. For more information about pedagogic strategy, see the description of the pilot project in Appendix A: Pedagogical Description of Comm 353. A learning object repository (LOR) can be simplistically conceptualized as a electronic storage space for objects used in teaching, a grownup and more accessible version of a multimedia library. The initial challenge posed by the LOR is the selection/creation of the objects. As the number of objects and the number ...

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    ironspec

    Truman State, CHEM 222

    Excerpt: ... ons of known concentration, it is possible to prepare a calibration curve for the analyte response. The limitations of the single-beam instrument become apparent when an absorption spectrum over a wavelength range is required. The response of the phototube, the emissivity of the light source, and the intensity of the light diffracted by the grating are all a function of wavelength. Accordingly, in order to obtain the absorption spectrum of a compound, the instrument must be recalibrated each time the wavelength setting is changed. Truman State University CHEM 222 Lab Manual Revised 01/04/08 HANDLING OF CUVETTES The handling of the cuvettes is extremely important. Often two cuvettes are used simultaneously, one for the "blank" solution and one for the samples to be measured. Yet any variation in the cuvette (such as a change in the cuvette width or curvature of the glass, stains, smudges, or scratches) will cause varying results. Thus, it is essential to follow several rules in dealing with cuvettes: 1. Do ...

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    ise

    Truman State, CHEM 222

    Excerpt: ... /AgCl or SCE reference electrode. Multimeter or pH meter capable of displaying mV potentials Truman State University CHEM 222 Lab Manual Revised 01/04/08 PROCEDURE Preparation of Standards 1. Dry the NaF solid for 1 hour at 100 C. 2. Accurately weigh out about 0.42 g of NaF, dissolve in deionized water, dilute to 100 mL in a volumetric flask and mix well. This solution is about 10-1 F in NaF. 3. Transfer 10.00 mL of the solution prepared in (2) to a 100 mL volumetric flask using a pipet, dilute to volume with deionized water and mix well. This solution is about 10-2F in NaF. 4. Weigh out 7.55 g of KCl on a top-loading balance and dissolve in 100 mL of deionized water. This solution is 1 F in KCl. 5. Prepare standard solutions in four 100 mL volumetric flasks as follows: (I) (II) (III) (IV) mL 10-2 F NaF (from 3) 1.00 2.00 5.00 10.00 mL 1 F KCl 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 Dilute each flask to volume with deionized water and mix well. Instrument Setup and Operation A B C Figure 1. Instrument setup for IS ...

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    gclab

    Truman State, CHEM 222

    Excerpt: ... helium or nitrogen) sweeps the sample into a thermally-controlled column (see diagram). In the case of gas-liquid chromatography, the column is usually packed with solid particles that are coated with a non-volatile liquid, referred to as the stationary phase. As the sample mixture moves through the column, sample components that interact strongly with the stationary phase spend more time in the stationary phase vs. the moving gas phase and thus require more time to move through the column. For example, a non-polar molecule such as hexane would interact Truman State University CHEM 222 Lab Manual Revised 01/04/08 strongly with a non-polar stationary phase and would have a large retention time. Retention time is defined as the time from injection of the sample to the time a specific sample component is detected and is given the symbol tr. While polarity is usually the major factor governing separation, the boiling points of components of the sample also play a role in determining retention time. Components ...

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    Interdisciplinarity

    UT Arlington, INTS 4391

    Excerpt: ... Interdisciplinarity: An Introductioni Michael Seipel, Ph.D., Truman State University, Kirksville, Missouri This article addresses the concept of interdisciplinarity and the role of interdisciplinary studies in Truman State University's Liberal Studies Program (LSP). It is intended primarily for students in Junior-level Interdisciplinary Writing Enhanced Seminars (JINS). In the article I offer a definition of interdisciplinary analysis and examine its pivotal role in a liberal arts and sciences curriculum; provide a brief history of interdisciplinary study as a part of the curriculum at Truman, focusing on the JINS course and its role in the LSP; and give students some suggestions on how to get started with interdisciplinary analysis and writing. Each of the inset boxes found throughout the article summarizes a highly successful interdisciplinary analysis carried out by a Truman student, chosen from the 2000 LAS Portfolio submissions. Together, they demonstrate a variety of ways in which interdisciplinary anal ...

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    readme

    TCU, BJONES 20263

    Excerpt: ... pp-lecture The PowerPoint slides in this folder are designed to be used to support lectures on the textbook contents. They include the text figures plus bulleted lists and other slides that reflect the narrative. Some instructors choose to post the ...

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    StudyGuideS08C

    Illinois Tech, MATH 149

    Excerpt: ... <STUDYGUIDES08C.TXT> {5-9-2008} Math 149 Spring 2008 Final Study Guide, Part III - Chapter 6 Concept Check, p. 378: 1,2,3,4,5 Exercises: 1-6, 7-11, 12-16 Chapter 9 Concept Check, p. 598: 1 Exercises: 1, 3a, 7 ...

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    GFAAS Lab

    Truman State, CHEM 322

    Excerpt: ... ions are performed by measuring the areas of a number of standards. This lab exercise will be one designed to show you the good sensitivity of the graphite furnace for the analysis of ultra-trace level metals. It will also help to demonstrate the concepts of limits of detection, background correction in atomic absorption (used to deal with complex sample matrix interferences), and the use of standard additions to correct chemical interferences that may not always be corrected by the instruments background corrector. There are three parts to the lab. Truman State University CHEM 322 Lab Manual Revised 2/9/2007 Solution Preparation: A bovine tissue sample will be prepared for you. You will need to prepare a 30 ppb standard Pb2+ solution from a 1000 ppm commercial lead standard. This preparation should be accomplished by performing serial dilutions by mass using a top-loading balance. To avoid error due to absorptive loss of lead, this 30 ppb solution must be made fresh each day. 1. Calibration and Detect ...