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Tyler Rioux presents undergraduate research results at the 41st Ontario-Quebec Physical Organic Mini-Symposium in Montreal, Quebec

November 18, 2013

Tyler Rioux (Medical Biology ‘13) attended the 41st Ontario-Quebec Physical Organic Mini-Symposium, held November 1-3, 2013, in Montreal Quebec, where he presented a poster titled, “Using the Photo-Fries Reaction to Quantify the Cage Effects of Ionic Liquids.”

Emily Wells (Chemistry ’14) was a student co-author on the poster.

Rioux’s presentation was the result of the work he has been carrying out under the direction of Amy Keirstead, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Chemistry and Physics, since the summer of 2013, through support from the Green Family Foundation and the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund.

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