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Teacher's Guide to Teaching Using Social Media

Teacher's Guide to Teaching Using Social Media | Chemical education | Scoop.it
The growing popularity and the pervasive use of social networking websites among our teens and students is a fact we can no longer ignore. Unfortunately, many school boards still promulgate laws t...
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Chem Collective - Resources to Teach and Learn Chemistry

Chem Collective - Resources to Teach and Learn Chemistry | Chemical education | Scoop.it

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Pascale Klinger's curator insight, November 19, 2013 1:48 PM

Its the periodic table, amazing. 

Ramanathan's curator insight, August 8, 2014 11:58 PM

It is a very good site for teachers.

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Calorimetry: Crash Course Chemistry #19

Today's episode dives into the HOW of enthalpy. How we calculate it, and how we determine it experimentally...even if our determinations here at Crash Course...
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A ‘Google’ for chemistry invents best path to new compounds in seconds

A ‘Google’ for chemistry invents best path to new compounds in seconds | Chemical education | Scoop.it

Giantic network links all known compounds and reactions together. 

 

Northwestern University scientists have connected 250 years of organic chemical knowledge into one giant computer network called Chematica — a chemical “Google” on steroids.

 

A decade in the making, the software optimizes syntheses of drug molecules and other important compounds, combines long (and expensive) syntheses of compounds into shorter and more economical routes, and identifies suspicious chemical recipes that could lead to chemical weapons.

 

The number of possible synthetic pathways leading to the desired target of a synthesis can be astronomical (10E19 pathways within five synthetic steps).

 

The Chematica network comprises some seven million chemicals connected by a similar number of reactions. A family of algorithms that searches and analyzes the network allows the chemist at his or her computer to easily tap into this vast compendium of chemical knowledge. And the system learns from experience, as more data and algorithms are added to its knowledge base.


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Pinterest - chemistry resources

Pinterest - chemistry resources | Chemical education | Scoop.it

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(ES) (EN) - Education Glossary | Federal Student Aid

(ES) (EN) - Education Glossary | Federal Student Aid | Chemical education | Scoop.it

"Bilingual (ES/EN) education glossary"


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