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How to help students decode science vocabulary

The keys to understanding the language of chemistry

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Bringing cutting-edge chemistry to the classroom

How to use the latest scientific developments to inspire your class

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Help your students master command words

Prepare students for exam questions

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Three sure-fire revision methods

Tackle the revision bogeyman

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Chemists branch out into dressmaking

When high fashion starts in the lab

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Propanethial-S-oxide

How onions make you cry

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Phenolphthalein

A molecule with two very different use: it’s in pH indicators and – laxatives

  • How to make lab work safe

  • Chemical formulas and equations

  • Monitoring reactions

  • Separation techniques

  • Acids, bases and salts

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Lighting up oxygen

Excite your students with chemiluminescence

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FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY