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Keiter Dr. Keiter completed his undergraduate work at Shepherd College in with a Bachelor of Science in chemistry. His undergraduate experience was enhanced by a summer internship at Ruberoid Corporation. This was followed by two years of post-doctoral research at Iowa State University with John Verkade that included one year of teaching general chemistry. In , Dr. He taught inorganic chemistry while at the University of Illinois.
Keiter was named American Chemical Society Fellow. In , he received the Lawrence A. For nine years, he served as a Councilor of the Council on Undergraduate Research, where he was editor of the Inorganic Series and was an associate editor of the Research in Chemistry at Undergraduate Institutions.
From , he served on the Petroleum Research Fund Advisory Board where he chaired the inorganic committee for non-Ph. Courses taught include general chemistry lecture and lab, honors general chemistry lecture and lab, sophomore descriptive inorganic chemistry, inorganic chemistry lecture and lab, organometallics, and group theory. Born in the Shenandoah Valley near Winchester, Va. Keiter has spent his professional life in the Midwest. After passing through a decade of playing chess and another of doing triathlons, he and his wife Ellen joined Jim Huheey in revising his classic inorganic text, Inorganic Chemistry, Principles and Applications.
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Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity