Jeff  Hollifield

Jeff M. Hollifield

Instructor of Chemistry
M.S., Furman University (1986)
B.S., Furman University (1984)

Course Num Course Title
CHEM-103 Consumer Chemistry
CHEM-105 Inorg, Org and Biochem Lab
CHEM-106 Inorg. Org and Biochemistry
CHEM-111 General Chemistry
CHEM-112 General Chemistry
CHEM-221 Organic Chemistry

  • Osmotic Coefficients of Aqueous CaCl2 Solutions from 3 to 12 molal at 50 Degrees C in Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data. (1986)
  • Microscopical Methods for Vapor Analysis in The Microscope. (2009)
  • Dispersion Staining of Sugars in The Microscope. (2009)
  • Applications and Specificity of Microcrystal Tests in The Microscope. (2005)
  • Flow Chart for Rapid Identification of Inorganic Compounds Using PLM in The Microscope. (2005)
  • Characterization of Squaric Acid Precipitates in The Microscope. (2003)
  • Identification and Differentiation of Baby Formulas Using PLM in The Microscope. (1999)
  • A Computer Program for the Double Variation Method in Micro Notes. (1997)

  • Allotropes and Polymorphs; The Importance of Geometry. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 2007)
  • Optical Characterization of GHB and a Copper Precipitate. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 2004)
  • Conveying Technical Information to the Lay Client. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 2003)
  • Differentiation of 50 Paint Pigments Using Spot Tests and Microcrystalline Tests. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 2002)
  • Molecular Weight Determinations; Classical Techniques applied to Forensic Samples. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 2000)
  • Guns or Billiards. Inter-Micro. Chicago, Illinois. (July, 1999)
  • Lights of Lake Murray. Southern Association of Forensic Scientists. Clearwater, Florida. (September, 1990)
  • Analysis of Unaltered Bulk Evidence Made Possible Through Use of Instrument Features. Southern Association of Forensic Scientists Meeting. Clearwater, Florida. (September, 1990)
  • Isopiestic Study of Osmotic Pressures of Transition-Metal Chlorides and Perchlorates at 50 degrees C and 75 Degrees C. American Chemical Society Southeast Regional Meeting. Memphis, Tennessee. (October, 1983)