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Chemical Education Research
Expanding the Educational Toolset for Chemistry Outreach: Providing a Chemical View of Climate Change through Hands-On Activities and Demonstrations Supplemented with TED-Ed Videos
On-Site Monitoring Indoor Air Quality in Schools: A Real-World Investigation to Engage High School Science Students
Beyond "Inert" Ideas to Teaching General Chemistry from Rich Contexts: Visualizing the Chemistry of Climate Change (VC3)
Campus as a Living Laboratory for Sustainability: The Chemistry Connection
Educational Modules on the Power-to-Gas Concept Demonstrate a Path to Renewable Energy Futures
Imparting Scientific Literacy through an Online Materials Chemistry General Education Course
Integrating the Molecular Basis of Sustainability into General Chemistry through Systems Thinking
Polar Plunge: Semester-Long Snow Chemistry Research in the General Chemistry Laboratory
Project-Based Learning Experience That Uses Portable Air Sensors to Characterize Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality
Systems Thinking in Science Education and Outreach toward a Sustainable Future
The End of Simple Problems: Repositioning Chemistry in Higher Education and Society Using a Systems Thinking Approach and the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals as a Framework
Using the Socioscientific Context of Climate Change To Teach Chemical Content and the Nature of Science
Assessing Student Knowledge of Chemistry and Climate Science Concepts Associated with Climate Change: Resources To Inform Teaching and Learning
Adapting Three Classic Demonstrations To Teach Radiant Energy Trapping and Transfer As Related to the Greenhouse Effect
Demonstrating CO2 Sequestration Using Olivine and Carbonated Beverages with Secondary School Students To Investigate pH and Electrical Conductivity Concepts
Liquid Nitrogen Cloud Demonstration for Large and Small Groups
Luminescent Solar Concentrator Paintings: Connecting Art and Energy
An Interdisciplinary, Project-Based Inquiry into the Chemistry and Geology of Alkaline Surface Lake Waters in the General Chemistry Laboratory
An Undergraduate Experiment to Investigate Air Pollutants Created from Lightning
Discovering Volatile Chemicals from Window Weatherstripping through Solid-Phase Microextraction/Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry
Facile Method To Study Catalytic Oxygen Evolution Using a Dissolved Oxygen Optical Probe: An Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory To Appreciate Artificial Photosynthesis
Investigating NOx Concentrations on an Urban University Campus Using Passive Air Samplers and UV-Vis Spectroscopy
Understanding Our Energy Footprint: Undergraduate Chemistry Laboratory Investigation of Environmental Impacts of Solid Fossil Fuel Wastes
Benchtop Global-Warming Demonstrations Do Not Exemplify the Atmospheric Greenhouse Effect, but Alternatives Are Available
AIRduino: On-Demand Atmospheric Secondary Organic Aerosol Measurements with a Mobile Arduino Multisensor
KinSim: A Research-Grade, User-Friendly, Visual Kinetics Simulator for Chemical-Kinetics and Environmental-Chemistry Teaching
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