Synthesis, Determination, and Catalytic Measurement of Ruthenium Indenylidene Complexes used in Olefin Metathesis Author: Adam Capriola CHM 2521 Section 151, Department of Chemistry, Saint Joseph’s University Date Submitted: April 19, 2010 Abstract The reaction of RuCl2(PPh3)2, THF, and . . .
This is a paper I wrote for my philosophy class. The topic was “Where certainty is concerned, X is beyond human comprehension.” I chose perfection… please don’t try to start any philosophical debates with me because I know I’ll lose. :( I. Introduction The word perfection is thrown around quite often, but . . .
Autistic Teen Picks First Two NCAA Rounds Perfectly An autistic teenager from the Chicago area has done something almost impossible. Nearly 48 games into an upset-filled NCAA tournament, 17-year-old Alex Herrmann is perfect “It’s amazing,” he says. Truly. The teenager predicted that Northern Iowa would . . .
I entered a jean contest last winter. 100 people bought the same pair of Japanese raw denim and at the culmination of one year of wear (which is today), we are all going to be judged to see who got the best fades… and the winner gets a free pair of jeans! (retail value $300) So basically I wore these . . .
Roger Federer won the Australian Open over the weekend, his 16th Grand Slam event, putting him now two ahead of Pete Sampras for the most career major titles by a mens tennis player. What may be even more impressive than Federer’s number of victories is his streak of reaching at least the semifinals or . . .