The book Chemistry on a Budget contains inexpensive chemistry labs that are useful with easy to obtain materials.
There are two versions of each lab, one with a ten-question conclusion and one with directions for a full lab report. This way the teacher has the option! Each lab is two pages to allow for one two-sided handout.
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This page provides a list of 31 American Chemical Society (ACS) articles regarding developments in Electrochemistry from 2015.
The articles are very technical and it is not expected that the students would read and comprehend them; however, a student could locate and define 10 vocabulary words related to Electrochemistry.
This could be a Homework assignment to introduce the subject of Electrochemistry, or an Extra Credit assignment.
An Internet search of the title of the article should provide the entire text. It is the teacher’s choice if you want to print and assign an article to the entire class or assign all 31 of the articles to the class. Also, you decide if you want to print an article and photocopy it or have each student print the article they use.
To avoid a “copy and paste” report, the teacher may require a handwritten assignment.
*This Blog contains several entries that would be helpful to your chemistry classroom. Check out the Topic List to help you to find past Blog entries.
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Remember, buying a copy of the lab book Chemistry on a Budget can be very useful to your Chemistry classroom with labs and class article ideas.
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