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Title: Chemical bond
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Title: Chemical bond
Series Title: Chemical bond
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Language: English
Creator: Department of Chemistry, University of Florida
Publisher: Department of Chemistry, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: Spring 2007
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Volume ID: VID00007
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Ha y H. Sr Harry Hall Sisler
IM.-rch 13, o0Q- December 23, 2006) retired in 1985 but
continued to be an
Sr .. I ii chemistry community until his death on
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l. ..r; !1.. i!t -. h'-ld onJanuary 30, 2007, at Trinity United
NI-r I,...IIrr 'i.!...I ii. I.ainesville. He is survived by his wife, Han-
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h..! hi l! in ,.I I.lchildren.
Sisler served in many leadership roles during
I' 9 9-year career with the university, including
..I ,ir of the Department of Chemistry, dean of
r Ie College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, dean
F the Graduate School and executive vice
president of the university under President
Stephen C. O'Connell. His presence among
us will be missed but the memory of his life
w.. will continue to impact each who knew him.


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May, ten undergraduate
students joined Dr. Jeffrey
Keaffaber in a UF study
abroad program. The course
entitled "Chemical and
Environmental Aspects of
the Theme Parks in Hong
Kong" included three days
in Atlanta, GA to partici-
pate in the Aquatic Animal
Life Support Conference
at the Georgia Aquarium.
The conference, as well as


the study in Hong Kong,
featured an in depth analysis
of marine animal life sup-
port systems and all chemi-
cal processes involved in
their design and operation.
From Atlanta the group
crossed the Pacific Ocean
to Hong Kong. The Hong
Kong trip included mak-
ing field and laboratory
measurements of several
water chemistry parameters
at Ocean Park, a marine


oriented theme park. At
Hong Kong Disneyland,
the students learned about
environmental projects
related to fireworks chem-
istry, water utilization and
conservation, and integrated
pest management, which is
a program to limit pesticide
use. This was the inaugural
course, and it is planned to
be offered annually. The
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