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    Chuong Vu

    Science Department
    Room D205 

     

    Teaching Schedule:
    Period 1 - Chemistry
    Period 2 - Chemistry
    Period 3 - Chemistry
    Period 4 - Chemistry
    Period 5 - Chemistry
    Period 6 - Shelter Natural Science

     
    Contact:
    Email: cvu@cnusd.k12.ca.us
    Phone: (951) 738-2100 ext. 1455

    GENERAL INFORMATION and REFERENCE DOCUMENTS (click on links to download files)

    Chemistry Class Syllabus
    Parents Contact Form - Complete online
    Canvas - Online Homework due before 11:30PM
    Laboratory Safety Rules
    Current Event Format 

     


    CHEMISTRY TUTORING SCHEDULE

    All chemistry teachers on campus provide free tutoring after school. Please use the schedule below to get help.

    Day Time Room Teacher
    Mondays 3:00-4:00 PM D202
    Mrs. Ezeamama
    Tuesdays
    3:00-4:00 PM
    D208
    Mrs. Bickel
    Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 PM D205 Mr. Vu 
    Thursdays 3:00-4:00 PM
    D206
    Mrs. Bowles 
     Fridays 6:45-7:30 AM
    D201
    Mr. Harp

     

     

     PAST RESEARCH PROJECTS

    Year
    Location - Project Description
    Website  
    2017
    CSU San Bernardino - Attempted to cultivate a pure culture of Aigarchaeota, they are thermophilic prokaryotes found in hot springs
     
     
    2014 
    CSU Fullerton - Studied the effect of estrogen treatment on the proportion of ceruloplasmin (Cp) protein circulating in the blood 
     
     Abstract
     
    2013 
    Caltech - Probed Mid-Ocean Ridge Basalt (MORB) and rhyolite glass using NRIXS method to study the Earth's interior.
     
     Abstract
     
    2011           
    UC Santa Barbara - Synthesized alkyne- functional polymers using PEGylation for pharmaceutical applications.
     
     Abstract 
    2010       
    NASA Ames - Removal of urea from urine using carbon based materials: A water reclamation approach. 
     
     
    2009
    UC Riverside - Using SSR (genetic markers) to map ancestry of sweet orange and other citrus variety groups.
     Abstract