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Five senior chemical engineering majors outlined their proposals for yearlong, independent, honor thesis projects noon Monday in Acopian Engineering Center room 200.

Free soda and sub sandwiches were provided.

The students and their projects:
Gabriella Engelhart (York, Pa.) — “Characterization of Biofunctional Nanomaterials”
Jessica Whitman (Fruitland, Md.) — “Modeling Self-Assembly in Isotropic Solvents”
Paul Dimick (Quakertown, Pa.) — “A Study of Dow-3N Based Polymer Ligand Exchangers for Perchlorate Remediation”
Lucas Landherr (Preston, Conn.) — “The Effect of Alcohol Solvents on Polymeric Drag Reduction and the Combined Potential for Automotive Cooling Systems”
Gregory Bouton (Phillipsburg, N.J.) — “The Effect of NaCI Concentration on the Electrochemical Noise of Various Metals”

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