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Teaching chemistry

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Green chemistry is a concept that crops up with increasing frequency; we’ve already discussed it here previously with reference to the Periodic Table’s ‘endangered’ elements…

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Sure, you can teach your high school chemistry students to cross charges. But what if that isn’t working? What if you need a different way to explain how the charges must balance out to zero within the chemical compound?

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I try to avoid having students memorize things, when possible. I think it is far more valuable to be able to figure something out from other information or to be able to read and write science or to be able to think through a stoichiometry problem. But when it comes to polyatomic ions, students just […]

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Using items from the kitchen this fascinating experiment explores Acids and Bases and pH Levels. Kids will love digging through the pantry to test items!

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The pH scale is something we’re all familiar with; most people will remember it from school chemistry lessons. It’s the scale used to rank how strong an acid (or alkali) a solution is. …

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Teach the Periodic Table of Elements with this awesome chemistry game! #science #chemistry #periodictable #battleshipgame #sciencegame #chemistrygame

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Take the mystery out of chemistry with the latest three-panel version of BarCharts' popular Chemistry QuickStudy guide--enhanced as part of our Quizzers line of study tools. What makes this edition different is a series of back-page questions and answers to test your knowledge on such concepts as physical processes, stoichiometry, bonding models, chemical interactions, and more. Like the original version, color-coded sections feature helpful illustrations, including an up-to-date periodic…

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