Spencer L. Seager

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Spencer L. Seager is Professor of Chemistry at Weber State University.[1]

History

He received his B.S. degree in chemistry and Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of Utah under the dean of science at the time, Henry Eyring; his adviser was J. Calvin Giddings.[2]

He began teaching at WSU in 1960.[1] He served as chemistry department chairman from 1969 to 1993.[3]

Subjects taught

He teaches introductory, general, and physical chemistry at the university and is also active in projects to help improve chemistry and other science education in local elementary schools.[3]

Books

  • Introductory Chemistry for Today[1]
  • Chemistry for Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry[4]
  • Organic and Biochemistry for Today[5]
  • Safety Scale Laboratory Experiments for Chemistry For Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry[6]
  • Environmental Chemistry: Air and Water Pollution[7]

Publications

  • "Energy, from Source to Use"[8]
  • "Rapid Determination of Gaseous Diffusion Coefficients by Means of Gas Chromatography Apparatus"[9]
  • "Temperature Dependence of Gas and Vapor Diffusion Coefficients"[10]
  • "Plate height in coiled columns"[11]
  • "Plate Height in Gas Chromatography"[2]
  • "Colorimetric Determination of Low Concentrations of Primary and Secondary Alcohols"[12]
  • "Rapid Diffusional Analysis by Chromatographic Methods"[13]
  • "Environmental Chemistry: Air and Water Pollution"[14]

References

  1. ^ a b c Slabaugh, Michael R.; Seager, Spencer L. (2010). Introductory Chemistry for Today. Pacific Grove: Brooks Cole. ISBN 0-538-73430-2. 
  2. ^ a b "Plate Height in Gas Chromatography - Analytical Chemistry (ACS Publications)". 
  3. ^ a b "Faculty - Weber State University,". 
  4. ^ Slabaugh, Michael R.; Seager, Spencer L. (2008). Chemistry for today: general, organic, and biochemistry. Australia: Thomson Brooks/Cole. ISBN 0-495-11282-8. 
  5. ^ "Organic and Biochemistry for Today, Spencer L. Seager, Book - Barnes & Noble". 
  6. ^ Slabaugh, Michael R.; Seager, Spencer L. (2007). Safety Scale Lab Experiments for Seager/Slabaugh's Chemistry for Today: General, Organic, and Biochemistry, 6th. Pacific Grove: Brooks Cole. ISBN 0-495-11269-0. 
  7. ^ "Environmental Chemistry: Air and Water Pollution (Stocker, H.; Seager, Spencer L.) - Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications and Division of Chemical Education)". 
  8. ^ "Energy: From source to use (Stoker, Steven H.; Seager, Spencer L.; Capener, Robert L.) - Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications and Division of Chemical Education)". 
  9. ^ "Rapid Determination of Gaseous Diffusion Coefficients by Means of Gas Chromatography Apparatus | Issue 5 - Journal of Chemical Physics". 
  10. ^ "Temperature Dependence of Gas and Vapor Diffusion Coefficients. - Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data (ACS Publications)". 
  11. ^ "ScienceDirect - Journal of Chromatography A : Plate height in coiled columns". 
  12. ^ "Colorimetric Determination of Low Concentrations of Primary and Secondary Alcohols - Analytical Chemistry (ACS Publications)". 
  13. ^ "Method for the Rapid Determination of Diffusion Coefficients. Theory and Application - Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Fundamentals (ACS Publications)". 
  14. ^ "Environmental Chemistry: Air and Water Pollution (Stoker, H. Stephen; Seager, Spencer L.) - Journal of Chemical Education (ACS Publications and Division of Chemical Education)". 


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