By Emma Stoye2014-11-20T00:00:00+00:00
Emma Stoye finds out how spectroscopic techniques allow scientists to look over the shoulders of old masters
© Joris Dik
The art detectives was first published by Chemistry World.
Use these curriculum-relevant resources and activities remotely with your 16–18 classes
What chemical clues locked away in ancient ice tell us about Earth’s history
In this activity you will look at the chemistry behind a number of chemical weapons that have been employed throughout history
How are they feeling? Are they thrilled not to be revising, or are they studying hard, readying themselves to start university this autumn?
Use this novel concept to teach students about natural polymers, programmable materials and chemistry in medicine
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