The American Chemical Society will convene the 54th Southeast regional meeting in Charleston, S. C., Nov. 13-16, at the Francis Marion Hotel (843-722-0600), Embassy Suites (843-723-6900), and the College of Charleston's Lightsey Center (843-953-5822). Over 1300 people are expected to attend. Students, educators and noted scientists will present over 900 research papers on topics that include agricultural, biological, environmental, industrial, inorganic, marine, medicinal, organic, physical and polymer chemistry, and chemistry education.
A special highlight of the meeting includes a session on Friday, Nov. 15, 8:55 - 11:15 a.m., with eight presentations devoted to senior and retired chemists:
Research highlights include:
Wednesday, Nov. 13
3:30 - 5p.m.
The role of ozone in shrimp aquaculture Researchers will discuss the use of ozone in controlling chemical and biological water quality. (Thomas J. Manning, Valdosta State University, Chemistry Department, Valdosta, Ga., 229-333-7178, firstname.lastname@example.org
Antimicrobial activity of bifidobacteria as influenced by spices Added to meat products to improve quality and shelf life, spices enhance the bio-safety of consumable products. Manganese is a common element in many spices and the researcher will sho
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