SAS High School students were recognized at SUNY Oswego
On Friday, September 9, 2016, SUNY Oswego College of Liberal Arts and Sciences hosted the Annual Summer Researchers Presentation to recognize summer graduate and undergraduate researchers at SUNY Oswego. From SASCS, four senior students, Jason Mompeller, Killiaun Blathe, Terry Hines and Kenyang Lual, presented their research at this exciting event to students and professors.
Jason and Killiuan worked on an advanced organic chemistry project, "Converting Aryl Halides in to Phenols By using Picolinicamide Derivatives as Ligands" and their project will be published this fall.
Terry and Kenyang worked on an environmental chemistry project. Their project "Determination of Iron and Manganese in Dried Vegetables by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy" was a very exciting project to identify the metal samples in vegetables.
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Click here to see the pictures of SUNY Oswego Summer Research Presentation