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by Melissa Hemling
Tue, 03/01/2022 - 08:03

Bring the fun of the viral word game "Wordle" into the chemistry classroom!

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by Josh Kenney
Mon, 02/28/2022 - 10:21

Recently, Josh Kenney took time from his regular scheduled chemistry curriculum to investigate a student's claim that chocolate cake was an acid-base indicator. 

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by Joseph Lomax
Sun, 02/27/2022 - 19:55

In two connected ways, thermodynamics describes how both physical or chemical processes spontaneously trend towards equilibrium. This post is concerned with showing how free energy (ΔGrxn) changes as the reaction quotient (Q) changes as both trend towards the special condition, equilibrium, described by the constant K.


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by Tom Kuntzleman
Tue, 02/22/2022 - 18:21

Tom Kuntzleman conducts a safer "mercury-like" beating heart experiment with an added splash of gratefulness.

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by Kathleen Carrigan
Mon, 02/21/2022 - 20:02

How to build confidence in your students and minimize aggression.

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by Dean Campbell
Thu, 02/10/2022 - 08:42

Balloons that inflate using carbon dioxide produced from the reaction of citric acid and sodium hydrogen carbonate can be used to demonstrate a number of aspects of chemistry. Gas laws were used with the balloons to illustrate limiting reactants, molar mass of gases, and rockets. The endothermic reaction in the balloon was visualized with an infrared camera, and the Green Chemistry aspects of these balloons were considered.

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by Kristen Drury
Mon, 02/07/2022 - 06:41

Explore a chemistry activity designed to have students measure quantities and calculate the moles and number of particles contained in the sample. 

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by Tom Kuntzleman
Sun, 02/06/2022 - 13:22

Did you figure out how to create a multi-colored mixture? Check out the solution to Chemical Mystery #19: Multi-colored Mixture!

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by Tom Kuntzleman
Mon, 01/31/2022 - 16:06

Can you use your knowledge of chemistry to figure out what is going on in Chemical Mystery #19?

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by Melissa Hemling
Sun, 01/30/2022 - 15:57

POGIL activities are not just worksheets. Learn how to properly implement POGIL activities to get the most out of them at the upcoming 2022 Fundamentals of POGIL Virtual Workshops!

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