By Chemistry World2014-03-06T00:00:00+00:00
C–H bonds smashed using just H2 gas
Hydrogen breaks strong bonds with brute force was first published by Chemistry World.
Use this explainer to help familiarise students with organic synthesis, including carbonyl chemistry, as part of their preparation for the Chemistry Olympiad.
Research and evaluate real data showing current and historical levels of the atmospheric pollutant nitrogen dioxide in your local area. Age range 14–16, with extension questions for 16–18.
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