By Chemistry World2014-05-08T00:00:00+01:00
Point-of-care devices harvest energy from test samples
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The fuel cell is activated by adding the sample
Microfluidic fuel cells on paper was first published by Chemistry World.
How a ruthenium-based catalyst reaches 99% yield
This package provides an opportunity for the children to investigate a variety of ‘mixtures’ and the means by which they are best separated. The activities are put in context using a storybook, in which two sisters are presented with tubs of mixed objects to sort out. One of the sisters always wants to find the easiest way to sort the objects, and the other sister begins to use the same approach.
Demonstrate energy release in action with this spectacular experiment
Start a lesson with news of a mechanochemical recovery method that’s better for the environment
Use this starter slide to begin your lessons on catalysts or ways of reducing global warming
Use this starter slide to begin your lessons on drinking water and water treatment with some historical context
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