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The March issue of The Bulletin is available.  Click Here.

March Meeting Notice


6:00 p.m. -  Richmond Room, Heilman Dining Center


7:30 p.m. -  Auditorium, Gottwald Center for the Sciences


Spinach Salad, Grilled Chicken Topped with Tomato Relish, Crab-Stuffed Flounder, Herb Roasted Red Potatoes, Vegetable Medley, Rolls, Berry Bread Pudding with White Chocolate, Coffee, Iced Tea
Vegetarian Alternative – Orecchietti Pasta (please specify when making your reservation)



$15.00 (no reductions)


Please make reservations for the Dinner by NOON on Friday, March 9, by calling the Chemistry Department at the University of Richmond, (804) 289-8242 or by e-mail to  NOTE:  Space is limited for the dinner - make your reservation early!


Dr. Raymond Dominey, (804) 289-8761;


Dr. Robert G. Griffin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


“High Frequency Dynamic Nuclear Polarization - Why Two Electrons Are Better Than One” 


    • Future Meeting
    • Poster Session
    • Virginia Academy of Science Annual Meeting
    • Spring Meeting of the Executive Committee
    • WCC Luncheon Meeting
    • Awards to College Seniors
    • Richmond Flying Squirrel Game
    • Judges for the Virginia Junior Academy of Science
    • Chemists Celebrate Earth Day (CCED)
    • Report on the March Section Meeting
    • Seminars at the University of Virginia
    • Seminars at Virginia Commonwealth University
    • Chemistry at the University of Virginia
    • ACS ChemLuminary Awards
    • ACS High School Chemistry Clubs
    • Nomination for 2013 Section Officers
    • Can you Identify this Place?
    • Questions from the Past
    • Nominations for Awards
    • ACS Webinar Events
    • ACS Heroes of Chemistry Nominations


Information for publication in The Bulletin should be sent to the Editor:

Dr. James D. Beck
1977 Vesonder Road
Petersburg, VA 23805
(804) 733-5286

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