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Chemistry and BiochemistryChemistry occupies a unique position within the modern sciences. Ultimately, most of the phenomena in the biological, geological, physical, environmental and medical sciences can be expressed in terms of the chemical and physical behavior of atoms and molecules.
226 Science Building
Cheney, WA 99004
Robin McRae, PhDProfessor of Chemistry, Department ChairScience Building, SCI 222Phone: 509.359.2798Fax: 509.359.6973Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin McRae, Professor, Chair, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Robin McRae's research covers many theoretical aspects of chemical physics of liquids. Specific research topics include theory of first-order phase transitions (particularly freezing), dynamics of solvated reactions, kinetic theory of liquids and the kinetics of phase transitions (e.g. nucleation theory). Use of computers in chemistry, both for computation and experiment interface is also an area of interest.