By Chemistry World2014-11-20T00:00:00+00:00
Organic chemistry: structure, mechanism and synthesis
Organic chemistry: structure, mechanism and synthesis was first reviewed in Chemistry World.
Use written assignments to probe student understanding of organic mechanisms
A new photocatalyst that can act on small alkane hydrocarbons is a rare example of directly using natural gases as reagents
How to structure lessons to get your students to look at ‘the science’ and pick out supporting reasons
The women and events who have contributed to the evolution of the sciences
Not just a tribute, this book is a great introduction to chemistry education research and a practical guide for all involved in chemistry education
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