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Structure. Structure. Structure. This blog post describes a classroom activity where students propose the structure of a molecule- based on bond type information- used to accelerate the change in color of red table grapes.
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For your enjoyment, we present lists of chemically-related words that end in the letters “-cation” but do not actually refer to the positively-charged chemical species. The lists are available for download in the Supporting Information.
Chad Husting tries out some micro-scale labs.
Practice problem answer keys that provide correct and incorrect answers increase student metacognition and lead to more thorough learning.
Bring the fun of the viral word game "Wordle" into the chemistry classroom!
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.
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.
Tom Kuntzleman conducts a safer "mercury-like" beating heart experiment with an added splash of gratefulness.