CARL SALTER     Ph.D. Physical Chemistry Vanderbilt University 1986

Collier Hall of Science 228        610-625-7920

    Dr. Salter has developed an exploratory approach to teaching physical chemistry laboratories in which students work from the data that they collect to develop fundamental theories of chemistry. His research interests include molecular orbital calculations, laser spectroscopy, and applications of least squares fitting to chemistry.  His work is published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society and the Journal of Chemical Education.

Moravian Chemistry Department
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Research and Publication Topics

Synthesis of Azuleneaminediacetic acid

Pictures from the Liquid Nitrogen Challenge Experiment

Global and Merge Fits to Absolute Zero

 CD diffraction

Laser Symposium Poster

Lightstick Chemistry

Lightstick Spectra

Lightstick Spectra Using Ocean Optics Spectrometers

Course Materials
Syllabus for Physical Chemistry CH331
Syllabus for Physical Chemistry CH332
Syllabus for Advanced Physical Chemistry CH333
SII Evaluation
SII paper: SII Method for Assessment Reporting, J. Wasserman, S. Beyerlein

Syllabus for Senior Seminar CH370
Seminar Evaluation
Syllabus for Research Methods CH220.2

Syllabus for Quantitative Analysis CH222
Syllabus for Quant Lab CH222 L

Syllabus for Water in a Thirsty World LinC 101 F
discussion guidelines
discussion worksheet
instructions for vocabulary
instructions for notes on usage

poster template for powerpoint

Syllabus for ICL

Schedule for ICL

ICL notes

SciFinder Scholar

Lab Report Format
Lab Report Assessment
Toy Phosphorescence Lab

Louise Moore Orienteering Course