UOG Chemistry Titration Competition First Activity to be Held in New Lab

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Guam – The University of Guam Chemistry Titration competition for high school students began this morning [Friday] at 9 am in the newly renovated chemistry lab.

Teams from John F. Kennedy High School, Guam High, St. John’s, St. Thomas Aquinas, Harvest Christian Academy, Father Duenas Memorial School, and Notre Dame are currently conducting their titration experiments.

“This is the first activity to be held in the newly renovated chemistry laboratory in the Science Building,” said competition organizer Dr. Maika Vuki.  Winners will be announced. 1:30pm.

 

[The team from Father Duenas Memorial School discuss their titration process]

The competition was organized several years ago to introduce the field of chemistry to the island’s high school students and to ultimately encourage them to pursue degrees in chemistry at UOG.

Lab renovations amounted to approximately $300K and were paid for with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds.