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Education in Chemistry magazine, from the Royal Society of Chemistry. News, articles and resources for chemistry teachers. Maintained by
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EiC 9h
The science behind vinegar's tangy goodness
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EiC 13h
How normal household tasks affect the air chemistry in our homes
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EiC 19h
Help your students master new science vocabulary by following these four simple steps from 's
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EiC 21h
The latest in our series supporting 's secondary science guidance – this week, a simple approach to help your students get to grips with tricky new science vocabulary
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EiC Apr 23
How can we best prepare students for the transition from secondary to higher education?
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EiC Apr 23
Is cooking a roast dinner as bad for our health as rush-hour exhaust?
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EiC Apr 23
Commonly found in teaching labs and chip shops alike – we learn more about ethanoic acid
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Dr Peter Hoare ⌬ Apr 23
**Helen Sharman - 1st British Astronaut** (and chemistry doctorate) will be our keynote speaker at our Annual Chemistry Teachers Conference Book in below. It will be amazing!
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Nina Notman Apr 23
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EiC Apr 23
Why ethanoic acid is perfect for pickling peppers, eating through eggshells and stripping away skunk scent
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EEF Apr 23
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EiC Apr 23
Why ethanoic acid’s weakness is actually its strength
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EiC Apr 22
'It was like the cliff edge is there and off you go, get ready to jump'
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EiC Apr 21
How does cooking a roast dinner affect the air quality in our homes?
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EiC Apr 20
Sweet or sour? The genes responsible for the tanginess of citrus fruits have been discovered – use our starter slide to spark a classroom discussion
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EiC Apr 20
Researchers spent a month performing normal household tasks – such as cooking breakfast or cleaning the bathroom – to see how they affected the chemistry of the room
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EiC Apr 19
Mental health, particularly among young people, is hitting the headlines – so how can we best prepare students moving from secondary to higher education?
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EiC Apr 19
Could cooking a roast dinner be as bad for our health as rush-hour exhaust? – on the air pollution in our homes
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EiC Apr 19
Top tips for teaching moles
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EiC Apr 18
It's time to talk about mental health – how should we prepare students for the transition from school to university?
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