Marshall Moritz is July09 Submeta ONS Award Winner
Marshall Moritz, a chemistry and math student at Syracuse University, working under the supervision of Jean-Claude Bradley at Drexel University over the summer, is the July 2009 Submeta Open Notebook Science Challenge Award winner. He wins a cash prize from Submeta.
Marshall started out using NMR to measure solubility and recently has made some important contributions to the Challenge by using the sequential precipitation technique to obtain solubilities in different solvent mixtures at various temperatures. See his experiments here:
Three more Submeta ONS Awards will be made during 2009. Submissions from students in the US and the UK are still welcome.
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