By Jennifer Newton2014-09-10T00:00:00+01:00
Is there art in chemical structures and diagrams? Jennifer Newton looks at the aesthetics all around us
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Unwitting artists was first published by Chemistry World.
The amorphous carbon material created from buckminsterfullerene
Data analysis and graph drawing activity for 11–14 year olds based on the chemical composition of the Dhofar 007 meteorite. Identify elements from chemical formula and differentiate between metal and non-metal elements.
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Top tips from the chemistry lab for roughing it well when camping
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Investigating whether iron powder could fill the energy gaps left by batteries and renewable energy
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