I am a recent college graduate with a B.S. in Chemistry and a minor in Mathematics. My undergraduate curriculum included rigorous courses in general, organic, analytical, instrumental, physical, and biochemistry. I have completed numerous labs in each of these subjects. My primary subject of interest is general inorganic chemistry. As an undergraduate, I worked with one of my professors on the synthesis and characterization of novel metal complexes designed to mimic the active site of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase (LADH) enzyme. We recently had a paper published in the scientific journal Inorganica Chimia Acta, summarizing our work. My senior year in college, I earned a 4.0 GPA for my fall semester, and a GPA of 3.98 for my spring semester.
I have excellent writing and communication skills and am able to connect with people of all ages. Ideally, I would like to tutor high school students who may be struggling with chemistry, or who simply need to spend a little extra time learning and understanding the material. Chemistry is not that complex if it is taught in an interactive manner. I can cover topics such as: nomenclature, balancing equations, oxidation and reduction reactions, electronic structure and notation, bonding, resonance, phase diagrams and equilibria, solubility, acid-base chemistry, buffers, titrations, thermodynamics, kinetics, equilibrium, and galvanic and electrolytic cells, among others. I have been a tutor before and have tutored chemistry in the past, both to high schoolers and to fellow undergraduates. My junior year, I served as a Laboratory Teaching Assistant or TA to a number of freshmen taking general inorganic chemistry.
I am an honest, out-going individual. Please feel free to contact!
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