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Skills

  • 1.

    An ability to carry out common laboratory procedures.

  • 2.

    An ability to clearly communicate, both in writing and orally, with other scientists and

the general public.

  • 3.

    An ability to operate common chemical equipment and instrumentation.

  • 4.

    An ability to locate and use the chemical literature.

  • 5.

    An ability to use computers, especially in applications involving word processing and

data acquisition, manipulation, and analysis.

Attitudes

  • 1.

    An appreciation for the ways in which scientific knowledge is tested and developed.

  • 2.

    A respect for scientific evidence as opposed to opinion and dogma.

  • 3.

    A willingness to consider alternative hypotheses and to test such hypotheses.

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