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Education: Chemistry of Winter Clothing

  • 04 February 2011
  • Author: ChemistryViews

How chemistry keeps you warm and dry and makes you visible in the dark

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Column Packing

  • 05 June 2012
  • Author: Sarah Millar

The quick and efficient setting up of a column can take years to master. Here are some tips and tricks to set up the perfect column

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Education: Chemical Process Safety – Test Your Knowledge

  • 03 January 2017
  • Author:

Consequences of electrostatic discharges

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Education: Where Chemical Education is Heading: Interview with Peter Mahaffy

  • 06 November 2012
  • Author: Vera Köster

P. Mahaffy, Canada, talks about the need to change the way of teaching chemistry and where he sees chemical education in 50 years

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Education: The Future of Chemistry is Global

  • 05 December 2017
  • Author: Vera Koester, Paula C. P. Bueno, Sophie Carenco, Christine Dunne, Lori Ferrins, Evijola Llabani, Nnanake-Abasi Offiong, Ilya V. Vorotyntsev

Members of the newly formed International Younger Chemists Network (IYCN) talk about their ideas, aims, and work

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Education: How Do Fuel Cells Work?

  • 07 February 2012
  • Author: Vera Köster

Fuel cells directly convert the energy of a chemical reaction between the fuel and an oxidant into electrical energy

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Education: What is HPLC?

  • 20 June 2016
  • Author: Vera Koester

How does HPLC work, the single biggest chromatography technique essential to most laboratories worldwide

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Education: Tips and Tricks for the Lab: Column Troubleshooting and Alternatives

  • 07 August 2012
  • Author: Sarah Millar

No matter how carefully you prepare and run your column, things can still go wrong. We look at some common problems and possible alternatives

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