A guided inquiry lesson on scientific notation and the metric system, written for a Chemistry in Art class. Suitable for an introductory college course or an advanced high school class. Generously shared by Dr. Cheryl Coolidge
Diet Coke and Mentos candy demo--from Buckfield Maine! --submitted by Kris Stepenuck of Madison, Wisconsin.
A guided inquiry lesson, with an art "twist," on using the periodic table to predict typical ions. Suitable for a first-year college course or advanced high school chemistry class. Generously shared by Dr. Cheryl Coolidge
A guided inquiry lesson on inorganic nomenclature, with connections to paints and pigments. Suitable for a first year college course or an advanced high school chemistry course, this lesson was generously contributed by Dr. Cheryl Coolidge.
A guided inquiry lesson on the physics of light and the electromagnetic spectrum, with an art tie-in. Suitable for an introductory college course or an advanced high school course. Contributed by Dr. Cheryl Coolidge
A guided inquiry lesson on atoms and isotopes. Suitable for a introductory college course or advanced high school class. Generously shared by Dr. Cheryl Coolidge
Students can visualize Lechatelier's Principle after completing this simple experiment. It can also be used as a demonstration.
The downloadable handout is available under "Event Downloads" from the 525th Division Meeting.
Contributed by Dr. Mark M. Turnbull, Professor of Chemistry, Clark University
Matching games for chemistry review, from the chemistry department at Stetson University.
Complete instructions for the nylon rope trip...includes tips on using polymers to teach stoichiometric ratios and limiting reagents
The experiments presented here were designed to use consumer products for student labs.