Dr. Benjamin P. Huddle, Jr.

Adjunct Senior Lecturer
Department: Chemistry
Office: 174 Trexler Hall
Phone: 375-2440



B.S., Chemistry, Lenoir-Rhyne University
Ph.D., Physical Chemistry, University of North Carolina

Course List

Research & Teaching Interests:

Physical Chemistry
Forensic Chemistry
General Chemistry

Scholarly Activities:

New experiments in forensic chemistry
History of chemistry



Recent Publications:

“Developing a Field Test for Pepper Spray”, Adria G. Mannon and Benjamin P. Huddle; Virginia Foundation for Independent Colleges Summer 2003 Undergraduate Research Symposium Reports, September 2003.
“Analysis of Carbon Monoxide in Blood”, Benjamin P. Huddle and Joseph C. Stephens; The Journal of Chemical Education; 80, 441 (2003).
"Conceptual Questions on LeChatelier's Principle"; Journal of Chemical Education, 75, 1175 (1998).

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