Organic model kits
I bought my molecular model kit from Indigo Instruments. I think this set is much more user friendly than sets that are available in the ASU bookshop. It is also a lot cheaper. Either buy the set or you can buy just buy carbon atoms etc.
Model set that I like
I recommend using models for determining chirality (R and S).
Picturing Newman models.
Seeing cyclohexane ring flips.
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
All about me
So I am new to blogging. I have never been very good at writing so I will keep my blog short and to the point. I will post some tips for chemistry.
I began my career in chemistry when I selected to take Chemistry as an A'level in high school. After leaving high school I immediately carried on studying chemistry at the University of Liverpool, UK. I gained a first class degree with honors. First class is the highest grade awarded in an English degree and only a handful of people get it. I specialized in organic chemistry.
After my degree I worked in industry for one year carrying out combinatorial chemistry. I then returned to my studies and completed a PhD in Medicinal chemistry at the University of Bath also in the UK.
Next was a big move to become a research associate in the Cancer Research Institute at ASU. I worked there for two years. During which time I published papers and was name on a patent. As you have just read I have a lot of education in Chemistry specializing in organic synthesis.
Here are some photos of me taken in my lab at ASU.
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