St. John Fisher College Chemistry Department

Dr. Thomas Douglas
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Interests in Chemistry

My back ground is in physical-organic chemistry, which is the study of the physical properties of organic molecules (specifically kinetics and mechanisms in my case).

I have also developed a primitive program on which simulates chemical reactions.

Courses Previous Taught (incomplete list)

General Chemistry I - CHEM 103
General Chemistry I Lab - CHEM 103L

General Chemistry II - CHEM 104

General Chemistry II Lab - CHEM 104L
Organic Chemistry I - CHEM 201
Organic Chemistry I Lab - CHEM 201L
Organic Chemistry II - CHEM 202
Organic Chemistry II Lab - CHEM 201L
Biochemical Systems (non-majors) - CHEM 214
Sophomore Seminar - CHEM 250
Physical Chemistry I - CHEM 365
Physical Chemistry I Lab - CHEM 365L
Physical Chemistry II - CHEM 366
Physical Chemistry II - CHEM 366L
Methods of Spectroscopic Identification - CHEM 431
Advanced Organic Chemistry (synthesis or physical-organic) - CHEM 432
Advanced Lab I - CHEM 435
Introduction to Polymer Science - CHEM 444
Senior Seminar - CHEM 450
Research - CHEM 490

Other Interests

I am a member of the Society for the Creative Anachronism, which is an educational group interested in recreating the middle ages as it should have been. In this group, I am known as Cadifor Cynan of the Barony of Thescorre. Cadifor is a Welshman from approximately the 1200s. Cadifor lives in the barony of Thescorre which is located in the Kingdom of Aethelmearc.

I am an avid bridge player (when I have the time!). On Bridge Base Online, a free sire which allows bridge players to play live bridge games over the internet with persons from around the world, my screen name is "tad".

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Thomas Douglas
Chemistry Department
St. John Fisher College
3690 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14618
(585)-385-8240
email: tdouglas@sjfc.edu
Background:
B.S. Chemistry, 1981, Magna Cum Laude
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN
M.A. Organic Chemistry, 1986 & Ph.D. Organic Chemistry, 1987
Rice University, Houston,  TX


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Last updated: 01/06/2011

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