As much math as possible, up to MATH 272. A full year of general chemistry with laboratories.
A math course (depending on previous math courses taken and math placement test), organic chemistry (Chem 361), quantitative analysis with laboratory (Chem 332 and Chem 332lab), and physics with laboratory (Phys 111 and Phys 111lab or Phys 181 and Phys 181lab).
Dr. Anthony Diaz presented a talk on "Characterizing electron trapping in luminescent materials" asACS Awarded CWU Chem Club!
The CWU chapter of the Student Affiliate members of the American Chemical Society has received a ComDiaz Talk "Characterizing Electron Trapping In Luminescent Materials"
ANTHONY DIAZ is giving a talk this Friday, April 11 at 3:00pm in Lind 215 for the Physics speaker se