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Interesting and useful experiments course for chemistry teachers of secondary school
Tomoko Sato | added on Aug 12, 2011 | Japan
Chemistry teachers of scondary schools in Japan have been in trouble overnot enough students who like chemistry and been trying to show interesting experiments in front of students. So we could like to help them by intersting useful experiments.
Chemistry and Food
Basheer Paravakkal | added on Aug 09, 2011 | India
A presentation on the importance of IYC 2011 and Life of Madam Marie Curie,magic experiments in the chemistry of food,a short talk on the importance of chemistry and discourse with students.
Le Case della Scienza: Chimica & Materiali
Silvia Grandi | added on Aug 08, 2011 | Italy
A week-end dedicated to discovery, science and technology culture in Imola.
Chemistry show «Magical Liquids» at Entertainment Science Museum «LabirintUm»
Tatiana Natarova | added on Aug 01, 2011 | Russian Federation
Chemistry show «Magical Liquids» is designed to cover the basics of chemistry, introduce interesting experiments to children to make them familiar with the physical properties of liquids and fun stories about chemistry. The show involves little minds in the dialogue with chemistry, museum guide Professor and their peers.
Determining the pH of water at locations in Western part of the Isle of Wight
Roger Lacey | added on Jul 21, 2011 | United Kingdom
Sampling two small watercourses which run through the West Wight. Sampling the water from the beach at Compton Bay and two small streams which run across the beach. Testing each of the samples for pH. Making a still and collecting distilled seawater and comparing the pH of the distilled water with the original seawater.