University of South Carolina Upstate

800 University Way

Spartanburg, SC 29303

 

Welcome back to class!  I wish everyone a productive and successful Fall semester!

 

 Fundamental Chemistry

CHEM U101CHEM U101L   

 

 

                

           Astrid Rosario

              Associate Professor of Chemistry

              Division of Natural Sciences & Engineering

              Office #: Smith 405

              Phone #: (864) 503-5738                         

              email: arosario@uscupstate.edu

 

 

    

    

 

     Fall 2014 Course Schedule:                                                                           Fall 2014 Office Hours:

     CHEM U331L       2:00 PM - 5:00 PM (M), Smith 404                               Monday 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM

     CHEM 112L          5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (M), Smith 401                               Wednesday 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM

     CHEM U331R      8:30 AM - 9: 20 AM (TTh), Smith 203                           Thursday 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM 

     CHEM U331         9:25 AM - 10 :40 AM (TTh), Smith 203                        Any other time by appointment only.

    

                                                                          

                              

    

Interesting Polymer of the Month:

 

  

 

Chemistry & Society  

 CHEM U106CHEM U106L

 

 

               Chemistry of Living Things                 

 CHEM U109CHEM U109L

 

 

Organic Chemistry

CHEM U331CHEM U332CHEM U331LCHEM U332L

 

 

Polymer Chemistry

CHEM U534Macrogalleria

 

 

Research Interests

Current ProjectsSummer Internships

 

 

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Personal Stuff

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PolyAspirin, developed by Professor Kathryn Uhrich, breaks down to form salicylic acid molecules.  It passes through the stomach without upsetting it.  One major advantage is it's potential as a controlled release pain reliever.  One dose of PolyAspirin will release salicylic acid molecules over a long period of time!

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