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Periodic Table Suggestion Mercy Kiiru | added on Aug 19, 2010 We should celebrate all aspects of each element on the day it coincides with the atomic number. e.g day 1- Hydrogen, day 10 - Neon, day 58- Cerium......etc.
IYC Activities in Indonesia Collaboration Yessi Permana | added on Jul 07, 2010 This is a brief description of planned activities carried out by the Indonesian Chemical Society to celebrate the IYC 2011.
Symposium of Green Chemistry in the CECyT 15 Suggestion David Yafté Díaz-Sánchez | added on Jun 08, 2010 A symposium about "Green Chemistry" in the CECyT 15, inviting the people dedicated to the chemistry, to taking part in this event.
|Topic:||green chemistry.||Audience:||students, scientists, teachers, professional chemists.|
Microscale Experiments in Environmental Chemistry Suggestion Shrivallabh Kamat | added on May 21, 2010 Environmental Chemistry experiments are designed to study atmospheric pollution by gases like CO2, oxides of nitrogen (NOx) and oxides of sulfur (SOx). The major sources of CO2, CO, (SOx) and (NOx) are the burning of fossil fuels by vehicles and industries.
|Topic:||air pollution, global warming, hands-on activities||Audience:||preschool children, college students, teachers|
4th Central American Chemistry Olympiad and the 2nd Caribbean Chemistry Olympiad Discussion Randall Syedd | added on Dec 15, 2009 Chemistry Olympiad, Costa Rica, Central American, Caribbean
|Topic:||competition, international, chemistry olympiad||Audience:||educators, tertiary education, teachers, secondary schools|