In association with The National HE STEM Programme
Develop key business and entrepreneurial skills using these course materials and self-study resources for undergraduate chemistry students.
Andrew Burrows, John Holman, Andrew Parsons, Gwen Pilling and Gareth Price
Sixthformers are introduced to Madelung constants as a way of investigating ionic crystal structures
Understanding students' intuitions about the world could provide insight into their misconceptions of chemical concepts
By designing and building their own visible-light spectrophotometers, students get to grips with the underlying principles of this widely used analytical tool
Phenol encountered in school or college chemistry laboratories demands special respect on account of its toxic and corrosive nature. But phenol and its derivatives do have a few medicinal surprises
In the near future, doctors will be able to carry out a 'while you wait' test, using genetic analysis, for chlamydia, the silent disease that can lead to infertility in women.
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