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Independent Writer and Editor

Emily Buehler

2004 - Present


PhD (Chemistry)

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

August 1996 - August 2001

BA (Chemistry)

College of William and Mary

August 1992 - May 1996

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Emily Buehler(2015). In the Spirits of Science . American Scientist. 103. (4). p. 298. Sigma Xi
Emily Buehler(2014). The Cheese Plate Stands Alone . American Scientist. 102. (5). p. 389. Sigma Xi
Emily Buehler(2013). Curie as Celebrity . American Scientist. 101. (1). p. 63. Sigma Xi
Emily Buehler, Anna Lena Phillips, Fenella Saunders(2008). Short takes on three books . American Scientist. 96. (5). p. 436. Sigma Xi
E. J. Buehler(2000). Dimer Preparation That Mimics the Transition State for the Adsorption of H2 on the Si(100)-2 x 1 Surface . Science. 290. (5491). p. 506--509. American Association for the Advancement of Science ({AAAS})
Emily Jane Buehler, Erin E Gooch, Jennifer L Dial, Stephen K Knudson(2000). Semiclassical energies of low-lying states of one-electron diatomics . Chemical Physics. 253. (2-3). p. 219--230. Elsevier {BV}
Emily J. Buehler, John J. Boland(1999). Identification and characterization of a novel silicon hydride species on the Si(100) surface . Surface Science. 425. (1). p. L363--L368. Elsevier {BV}
Marcus McEllistrem, Emily J. Buehler, Bruce S. Itchkawitz, John J. Boland(1998). Abstraction of chemisorbed bromine from the Si(111) surface by incident hydrogen atoms . The Journal of Chemical Physics. 108. (17). p. 7384. {AIP} Publishing