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INORGANIC CHEMISTRY QuickStudy® $5.95 This guide covers the key concepts, principles, figures and formulas that inorganic chemistry students will need to know in order to succeed. Tables, images and graphic elements further enhance the text. #InorganicChemistry #Chemistry #Science

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY QuickStudy Handy little cheat sheet for those of us that don't have a textbook in our heads :)

This is a functional group priority table. It is helpful when naming compounds with multiple functional groups.

Here’s a little nomenclature dilemma. Let’s say you’re trying to name a molecule. You’re familiar with the familiar naming suffixes like -ol, -ene, -ane, -oic acid and so on. But then you come across a molecule which has multiple functional groups.

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The Mole Box Chemistry Model contains helpful information, such as conversions, gas laws, and constants. Do students look puzzled when told the volume of a mole of gas at STP is liters?

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FUNDAMENTALS QuickStudy® $4.95 This 4-page guide consists of fundamental basic concepts of organic chemistry in an easy-to-understand format.  #Chemistry #OrganicChemistry

Organic Chemistry Fundamentals (Quickstudy: Academic): PThis guide consists of fundamental basic concepts of organic chemistry in an easy-to-understand format.

What happened in chemistry in 2015? Here’s a round-up of some of the most interesting stories!

This Week in Chemistry is taking a break over the festive period, but as I did last year, I’ve put together a selection of some of biggest chemistry stories into one summary shee…

Chemistry Terminology

Chemistry Terminology

Find out the definition of a chain reaction, what the symbol for helium is, the speed of light equation, and more chemistry-based terms with this invaluable guide. All terms are up-to-date and listed in alphabetical order for eas.

Fourth Grade Physical Science Activities: Electric Science: Make a Battery!

Electric Science: Make a Battery!

Maybe for Get Moving Journey: Fourth Grade Physical Science Activities: Electric Science: Make a Battery!

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