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Lecture 31 - Poster Preparation

Prior to Monday class

1. Identify your assignments by looking at this file.

You may also wish to download a copy of the example poster that Edgar and Chad will critique.Chem4101-Poster-critiquing.pdf

2. Read the list of DO's and DON'Ts published by Block in Biophysical Journal, 1996, 71, 3527-3529. Temporary pdf file: Block-1996-How to do a poster presentation.pdf

Another useful reference by Huddle is found in the Journal of Chemical Education, 77(9), 1152 (2000).Temporary file:Huddle-2000-How to prep a talk or poster.pdf

3. Re-read the "Guidelines to prepare your analytical problem" posted in the blog at the beginning of the semester. Pay particular attention to items 5, 6, and 7.Defining and solving analytical chemistry problems-2011.pdf

3. Get familiar with the poster that you will critique on Monday. Based on your table assignment, choose one of the options below.

Table 1- Cupper in waste water.pdf

Table 2-Humulene in beer.pdf

Table 3-Growth Hormone in Milk.pdf

Table 4-Rape drugs in bar drinks.pdf

Table 5-Isobotulene in soil vapors.pdf