Undergraduate Chemistry Students
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- Know Your Techniques: Accuracy vs. Precision and Using the Right Instrument
- Rubber Division: Meet Chemists Who Engineer Elastic Polymers Essentials to Modern Life
- A Timeline for Getting Your Graduate School Application Done
- With School in Full Swing, Academic Stamina is Essential. Here's How You Maintain It
Get a little closer to chemistry each month of 2022 with the #ChemTour. This month's stop is inorganic chemistry!
Sure, you can study carbon with organic, but don’t the other 117 elements deserve some love? After all, it’s oxygen that comprises 61-65% of your body mass, nitrogen that gives fertilizers enough oomph to grow your food, and a wide array of transition and rare earth metals that make all your technology work. From the zinc oxide in mineral sunscreens to the color in gemstones and paints to the silica in our windows, glasses, and phone screens, inorganic chemistry is everywhere!
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