By Chemistry World2016-10-07T00:00:00+01:00
Ben Feringa, Jean-Pierre Sauvage and Fraser Stoddart take chemistry’s top gong for creating a series of nanoscale machines
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Molecular machines roll in for the 2016 chemistry Nobel was first published byChemistry World.
Use real life examples to help students get to grips with the properties of ceramics, polymers and composites
A lesson presentation with activities for your 11–14 students on polymers and their properties
Gallwch chi brofi gallu eich myfyrwyr i gydbwyso hafaliadau, llunio fformiwlâu ïonig, ac ysgrifennu hafaliadau o destun gan ddefnyddio ein Starters for ten ar gyfer cymwyseddau cemeg sylfaenol.
Start a lesson with the Nobel prize-winning chemistry involved in lithium-ion batteries
How it can positively influence students’ beliefs in their own abilities
Meet the winners of this year’s RSC awards for chemistry educators
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