PROFESSIONAL PAPERS PRESENTED BY ANNE T. SHERREN:

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A.A.Terry and H. E. Zittel, "Determination of Technetium by Controlled-

Potential Titration in Buffered Sodium Tripolyphosphate Medium," National

Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Los AngelesCA, April 1963

A.A.Terry, "A Study of Turbidity Measurements," 1964 Annual Meeting of the

TexasAcademy of Science, WacoTX, Nov. 1964

A.T. Sherren and J.R. Ferraro, "Comparison of Internal and External Pressure on the Symmetry of Tetrachloro Anions of Transitions Metals", Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, EvanstonIL, June 1976

J.R. Ferraro and A.T. Sherren, "Some New Thermochromic Complexes of Ni(II) of the type (RxNH4-x)2NiCl4, Fall 1977 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, August 1977

A.T. Sherren, "Instrumental Analysis—Who is Doing What in Lecture and Laboratory in the 1980s", Great Lakes Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, NormalIL June 1982

A.T. Sherren, "The Concept of Choice in Quantitative Analysis Laboratory", Chicago Section of the American Institute of Chemists, March 1984

A.T. Sherren, "Preparation and Analysis of a Cobalt Coordination Compound: An Integrated Experiment for General Chemistry" 11th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, AtlantaGA, August 1990.

A.T. Sherren, "The Use of Real Life Samples for Unknowns in Analytical Chemistry," 200th American Chemical Society National Meeting, WashingtonDC, August 1990.

A.T. Sherren, "The Use of A Real Life Project in Quantitative Analysis to Effectively Present Some of the Concepts of Analytical Chemistry," 201th American Chemical Society National Meeting, AtlantaGA, April 1991.

A.T. Sherren, "40 Years of MACTLAC", 40th Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts Colleges, Grinnell, IA, October 1992.

W.E. Streets and A.T. Sherren, "Comparison of Gamma Spectrometric Self-Absorption Models for Environmental Samples," 1995 Annual Analytical Meeting for Analytical Chemists in the Department of Energy Laboratories, GatlinburgTN, October 1994.

A.T. Sherren and W. E. Streets, "Comparison of Gamma Spectrometric Self-Absorption Models for Environmental Samples," 42nd Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, Alma, MI, October 1994.

A.T. Sherren, "Comparison of Current First Year Chemistry Courses and Previous First Year Chemistry Courses at North Central College," 42nd Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, Alma, MI, October 1994.

W.E. Streets and A.T. Sherren, "Comparison of Gamma Spectrometric Self-Absorption Models for Environmental Samples," 21st Analytical Chemistry Laboratory Talks at Argonne National Laboratory, ArgonneIL, November 1994.

A.T. Sherren, "Integrated Experiments for General Chemistry: Preparation and Analysis of An Iron Coordination Compound," 210th National American Chemical Society Meeting in ChicagoIL, August 1995.

A.T. Sherren, "Integrated Experiments for General Chemistry: Preparation and Analysis of An Iron Coordination Compound," 43rd Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, St. Paul, MN, October 1995.

A.T. Sherren, "Learning Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Through Microscale Preparations, Reactions and a Research Paper, 212th National American Chemical Society Meeting in Orlando, FL, August 1996.

A.T. Sherren, "Learning Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Through Microscale Preparations, Reactions and a Research Paper," 44rd Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, Dubuque, IA, October 1996.

A.T. Sherren, "Make Mine Vanilla or The Use of Real Life Samples," 50th Annual Meeting of Midwestern Universities Analytical Chemistry Conference, UrbanaIL, October 1996.

A.T. Sherren, "Make Mine Vanilla or The Use of Real Life Samples," NorthCentralCollege Science Division Seminar, January 1997.

A.T. Sherren, "Learning Descriptive Inorganic Chemistry Through Microscale Preparations, Reactions and a Research Paper, 15th Biennial Conference on Chemical Education, Waterloo, Ontario, CA, August 1998.

A.T. Sherren, "Promoting Chemical Inquiry Through GC-MS Instrumentation", 216th National American Chemical Society Meeting in BostonMA, August 1998.

A.T. Sherren, "Promoting Chemical Inquiry Through GC-MS Instrumentation", 26th National Triennial Convention of Iota Sigma Pi in PortlandOR, June 1999.

A.T. Sherren, "Our Iota Sigma Pi Past Conventions of 1993 and 1996", 26th National Triennial Convention of Iota Sigma Pi in PortlandOR, June 1999.

A.T. Sherren, "Promoting Chemical Inquiry Through GC-MS Instrumentation", 47th Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, Rock Island, IL, October 1999

A.T. Sherren, " The Use of Microscale Chemistry to Decrease Costs and Wastes in General Chemistry ", 222nd National American Chemical Society Meeting in ChicagoIL, August 2001.

A.T. Sherren, "The Use of Microscale Chemistry to Decrease Costs and Wastes inGeneral Chemistry", 49th Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, St. Paul, MN, October 2001

A.T. Sherren, “You’ve Come a Long Way Baby or 100 years of Iota Sigma Pi” 27th National Convention of Iota Sigma Pi, Centennial Celebration in BerkeleyCAJune 15, 2002.

A.T. Sherren, “You’ve Come a Long Way Baby or 100 years of Iota Sigma Pi” Centennial of Iota Sigma Pi Symposium, 224th National Meeting of American Chemical Society Meeting in Boston, MA Aug 18, 2002.

A.T. Sherren, "50 Years of MACTLAC or Where were you in 1952?", 50th Annual Meeting of Midwestern Association Chemistry Teachers in Liberal Arts College, Bloomington, IL, October 2002.