Allen J. Hall

Materials Science & Engineering, Productivity, and Life

Funny Chemistry PSA…

Here’s a great Chemistry PSA that reminds me of a teacher I had at Grand River Collegiate Institute in Ontario. I’ll have to dig up his name. He described all the different types of bonding pretty much in terms of relationships. It was simplistic but genius. If I remember his name, or dig out the old year book, I’ll update this post with it.

For now, the hat-tip goes to Dr. Mike at Getting Things Done In Academia.

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I'm a graduate student (PhD Candidate) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

I've studied and researched in two fields of Materials Science and Engineering (Polymers and Semiconductors). My interests are as diverse as my musical tastes and I usually have my hand in some crazy project during my free time.

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