International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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gold Discussion Discussion Esraa Mohamed   |   added on Feb 07, 2012 how to oxidize gold i.e to make it rust as iron does
Topic: Audience: secondary schools, teachers

Green food supply chain Discussion Discussion Sajan Palanchoke   |   added on Jan 11, 2012 The challenges of food security today and that predicted in near future, can be combated by adopting Green food supply chain tailoring.
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Teaching Methodology Discussion Discussion Gurinder singh Sahota   |   added on Dec 02, 2011 Teaching generally emphasizes the basic concepts and ignore the excitement and application part of chemistry.
Topic: engaging the youth Audience: students, general public, teachers, scientists, global

Handling of rejected material from Lab. Discussion Discussion Qixue Qin   |   added on Nov 14, 2011 The rejected material from Lab is becoming more and more serious, because of ingoring the harming to water and soil, we often see the discharging of rejected material without no handling. This is a problem to be solved urgently.
Topic: hands-on activities, workshops, environment, water quality Audience: students, high schools, researchers, global

the strongest organic acid Discussion Discussion Lucas Holanda   |   added on Nov 09, 2011 Among a variety of acids in organic chemistry, here are the acids with the highest ionization (stronger). So who think you know what an acid stronger than posted, put it. Finally, the comment is always putting acids stronger than before. It's just fun for a dynamic and dissemination of basic knowledge of chemistry
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