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Journal of Chemical Education, 2002
Describes a chemistry demonstration on freezing point depression wherein students investigate the effects of adding various substances to ice water. Includes instructor information and a student activity sheet. (YDS)|
Descriptors: Chemical Reactions, Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Higher Education
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Baker, Colin – School Science Review, 1999
Describes a series of simple but spectacular chemistry demonstrations designed to capture children's imaginations. The demonstrations take the minimum amount of time to prepare, are relatively safe to dispose of, and reliable. (Author/WRM)|
Descriptors: Adult Education, Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Elementary Secondary Education
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Lee, Nancy E.; Schreiber, Kathryn G. – Journal of Chemical Education, 1999
Describes the benefits of a program in which female undergraduate science majors conduct chemistry demonstrations for middle-school students. Finds that undergraduate women serve well as mentors to middle-school girls. (WRM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, College School Cooperation, Demonstrations (Science), Females
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Adamcikova, L'ubica; Sevcik, Peter – Journal of Chemical Education, 1998
Explains a way of observing pattern formation in the Blue Bottle chemistry demonstration by pouring a solution containing sodium hydroxide, glucose, and dye into a Petri dish and placing the dish on an overhead projector. (WRM)|
Descriptors: Chemical Reactions, Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), High Schools
Dashiell, Judy – Chemecology, 1997
Describes a program initiated by a high school chemistry teacher in which high school honors chemistry students do chemistry demonstrations for local elementary school students. The program has had great success in sparking enthusiasm and interest in chemistry among both high school and elementary school students. (DKM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Grants, High Schools
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Thorsen, Kathy – Journal of Chemical Education, 2000
Summarizes ideas for new demonstrations, experiments, and science-in-society topics for teaching chemistry. (WRM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Educational Resources, Higher Education
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Koubek, Edward – Journal of Chemical Education, 1998
Describes a novel demonstration of the acid-base chemistry of the aluminum ion. (DKM)|
Descriptors: Acids, Chemical Reactions, Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science)
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DeMeo, Stephen; Lythcott, Jean – Science Scope, 2001
Describes a demonstration of static charge using balloons and crystals to illustrate the electrical nature of matter. Building on the classic physics demonstration that uses pieces of paper and a plastic rod, this approach adds a new dimension of chemistry. Offers suggestions for how to discuss the observed phenomenon. (DLH)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Electricity, Middle Schools
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Hartman, Nicholas T. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2003
Describes an alternative method for exploding hydrogen balloons as a classroom demonstration. Uses the method of igniting the balloons via an electronic match. Includes necessary materials to conduct the demonstration and discusses potential hazards. (SOE)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Hands on Science, Higher Education
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McRae, Robin; Rahn, Jeffrey A.; Beamer, Timothy W.; LeBret, Norm – Journal of Chemical Education, 2002
Describes a demonstration using liquid nitrogen. The demonstration is based on a 500mL transparent polyethylene soft-drink bottle with a screw-on, pop-up drink top. (MM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Physics, Science Activities
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Johnson, Kristin A.; Schreiner, Rodney – Journal of Chemical Education, 2001
Flame tests are used for demonstration of atomic structure. Describes a demonstration that uses spray bottles filled with methanol and a variety of salts to produce a brilliantly colored flame. (Contains 11 references.) (ASK)|
Descriptors: Atomic Structure, Chemistry, College Science, Demonstrations (Science)
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Johnstone, A. H.; Al-Shuaili, Ali – Revista de Educacion en Ciencias/Journal of Science Education, 2001
Presents a new technique for projecting science demonstrations, enabling a larger number of students to see the demonstration without scaling up the experiment. Describes innovative attachments that magnify projector images using mirrors, solutions to the problem of convergent test tubes, development of overhead projection experiments, necessary…
Descriptors: Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Educational Technology, Higher Education
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de Vos, Wobbe – Journal of Chemical Education, 1999
Describes the simple demonstration of precipitation reactions in large glass cylinders. The demonstration lasts an hour and is aesthetically impressive. (WRM)|
Descriptors: Chemical Reactions, Chemistry, Demonstrations (Science), Higher Education
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Louters, Larry L.; Huisman, Richard D. – Journal of Chemical Education, 1999
Presents a chemical demonstration program designed to support elementary science education in which fifth- and sixth-grade students visit a college campus to watch chemical demonstrations performed by a professor. Contains suggestions for program set-up and references for demonstrations to use. (WRM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, College School Cooperation, Demonstrations (Science), Grade 5
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McCarty, Jillian L.; Dragojlovic, Veljko – Journal of College Science Teaching, 2002
Shows how a common demonstration that consists of slowly heating sulfur powder in a test tube to illustrate sulfur's allotropic modifications can convince students of conclusions about the moon Io which they often find surprising. Describes the demonstration in full. (Author/MM)|
Descriptors: Chemistry, Concept Formation, Demonstrations (Science), Higher Education
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