International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Chemical Magic Show

Activity by Hemant Pande   |   added on Feb 26, 2011   |   India Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): self

Chemical magic show: A set of about 40 simple Chemistry based well designed experiments to explain basic principles of chemistry using simple readily available laboratory chemicals

I have designed a programme called chem magic , which includes some interesting chemistry experiments There are about 40 simple experiments some of them are from books, internet and some are designed by me.

Demonstration of such experiments are found very helpful in understanding chemistry and in creating interest in subject

As a part of celbration of IYC 2011  this program is planned at various places and will be doing at least in 100 schools Colleges and few Conferences related to the chemistry All these programme are of duration approximately 2-3 Hours and during the programme chemistry behind experiments is also explained In fact it is atraining to students and teachers. As per the report they are also doing these experiment in near by schools and colleges. some of them are

1 14/10/2010 At National Workshop on Advances in Instrumental Techniques At Shri Shivaji Science College Amaravati (MS)India

2 . 10/12/2011 During celbration of National Chemistry Day At Hislop College Nagpur India

3 05/02/2011  Chem Magic At Amolakchand Mahavidyalaya Yevatmal (MS) India

4. 11/02/2011 During International Conference on Chemistry for mankind a small demonstration was given in presence of Prof. Nicole Moreau, President of IUPAC, and Vice president Dr Francoise PONTET At Nagpur (MS) India.

5. 28/02/2011 During National Science Day celebration at Institute of Science Nagpur

6. 05/03/2011 At madhav Science College Ujjain (MP)

7. 12/03/2011 At Post grduate Department of Chemistry Sant Gadgeaba Amaravati University Amaravat

Few more have approached and will be upddated sooner


Topic: celebrating chemistry, chemistry education, educational materials, hands-on activities, demonstrations, science fair Audience: students, professors, general public, educators, post graduate students, teachers, educational institutions, secondary school students, high schools
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