Published from 2012–2015, The Mole was the Royal Society of Chemistry's magazine for students, and anyone inspired to dig deeper into chemistry. Prior to 2012, Education in Chemistry published a supplement for students called InfoChem.
During 2018, articles from The Mole will be added to the Education in Chemistry website.
While analogies are useful for explaining chemical processes, they should be used carefully, says Tom Husband
Elinor Hughes investigates some of the latest developments in recycling food waste
Ida Emilie Steinmark talks to a chemist who gave up a career as a footballer
Declan Fleming investigates how crowdfunding helped a chemist to uncover the secrets behind some familiar reactions
Tom Husband explains how the behaviour of big crowds is easier to predict than small ones
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Or instead, why not take a look at some of the more recent articles published in Education in Chemistry.
Scientists shoot the world’s smallest projectiles – individual molecules – and use them to study how reactions happen
Includes curriculum-linked resources to use in your classroom
Approaches that build students’ understanding of practical work over time
Ever wondered what Raman spectrometry is? Here’s how it can find out what’s in a bottle without opening it.