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September 2013

SEP 1
The ESOR Symposia are dedicated to fundamental research in organic chemistry and related areas, emphasizing the under...

Prague,
Czech Republic

May 2014

MAY 7
The conference is to offer scholars, professionals, academics and graduate students to present, share, and discuss ...

Kyoto,
Japan

September 2014

SEP 18
This two-day conference brings together top representatives who are engaged in establishing a major transformation in th...

San Francisco,
United States

November 2014

NOV 12
NATIONAL SEMINAR ON SAFETY IN CHEMISTRY LABORATORY 2014 The aim of present seminar series is to provide Basic laborator...

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MMU Mullana

NOV 29
2014 3rd International Conference on Environment, Chemistry and Management (ICECB 2014) is the premier forum for the pre...

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Mauritius

January 2015

JAN 31
[Ei Compendex, SCOPUS, Conference Proceedings Citation Index – Science (CPCI-S) (Thomson Reuters, Web of Science)] T...

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Bali

February 2015

FEB 14
2015 5th International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Process (ICCCP 2015) is the premier forum for the presentat...

Amsterdam,
Netherlands

March 2015

MAR 19
The 2015 2nd International Conference on Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS 2015) is the premier forum for the pre...

Florence,
Italy

May 2015

MAY 20
The Fourth International Symposium Frontiers in Polymer Science, in association with the journal polymer, will take pla...

Riva del Garda (on Lake Garda),
Italy

MAY 31
The three-day conference will provide an interdisciplinary platform for academics, researchers, policy makers, students ...

Hiroshima,
Japan

June 2015

JUN 13
Join us in our hometown of Ottawa for the 98th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition. This year's theme is "Chemi...

Ottowa,
Canada

JUN 15
2015 4th International Conference on Chemical and Process Engineering (ICCPE 2015) is the premier forum for the presenta...

Madrid,
Spain

July 2015

JUL 6
This workshop focuses on the key scientific issues in experimental and theoretical aspects of photocatalysis and real li...

September 2015

SEP 6
The 26th edition of the International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials will continue the longstanding practice...

Bad Homburg,
Germany

October 2015

OCT 20
NWBC 2015 - The 6th Nordic Wood Biorefinery Conference Helsinki, Finland, October 20 - 22, 2015 The international eve...

Helsinki,
Finland

OCT 31
Journal - Biochemical Compounds is an Open Access (Gold OA), peer reviewed, international online publishing journal, whi...

Hyderabad,
India

January 2016

JAN 16
We are pleased to announce the 2016 "Origins of Life" Gordon early-career seminar (GRS) and subsequent Gordon Research C...

Hotel Galvez

February 2016

FEB 1
EI & Scopus - 2016 6th International Conference on Chemistry and Chemical Process–ICCCP 2016 February 1-3, 2016Sta...

Rome,
Italy

March 2016

MAR 29
International Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Sciences (ISFAS) is organized by Higher Education Forum (HEF). The 1s...

Kyoto,
Japan

June 2016

JUN 20
Overview The 24th International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring and Management of Air Pollution builds upon the p...

Crete,
Greece

August 2016

AUG 18
The 7th International Conference on Nanotechnology: Fundamentals and Applications (ICNFA'16) aims to become the leading ...

Budapest,
Hungary

November 2016

NOV 20

Manama,
Bahrain

March 2017

MAR 6
The conference aims to foster and conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and...

Singapore,
Singapore

May 2017

MAY 9
2017 ICCBES will take place from 9-11 May, 2017 in Kyoto. Prospective authors are invited to submit original research ab...

Kyoto,
Japan

March 2018

MAR 12
The conference aims to foster and conduct collaborative interdisciplinary research in state-of-the-art methodologies and...

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Singapore

MAR 19
Science Access invites all the professors, delegates, researchers, experts to attend “World Congress on Chemistry” d...

valencia,
Spain

Books

by Santonino K. Banya

03/03/2005

Chemistry is a human endeavor that relies on basic human qualities like creativity, insights, reasoning, and skills. It depends on habits of the mind: skepticism, tolerance of ambiguity, openness to new ideas, intellectual honesty, curiosity, and communication. Young female students begin studying chemistry curiosity; however, when unconvinced, they become skeptical. Researches focused on gender studies have indicated that attitudes toward science education differ between males and females. A declining interest in chemistry and the under representation of females in the chemical science was found (Jacobs, 2000). This study investigated whether self-confidence toward chemistry, the influence of role models, and knowledge about the usefulness of chemistry were affecting the attitudes toward...

by Fredrick Ssempala

11/20/2008

The aim of this study was to determine if there were gender differences in the performance of Chemistry practical skills among senior six girls and boys in selected mixed secondary schools in Kampala District from February to March 2004. The study participants were drawn from five mixed secondary schools in the district. A total of fifty students participated, half of them girls and the other half boys. A cross sectional descriptive research design was used involving both quantitative and qualitative research strategies. The instruments of data collection were a Chemistry practical test (Quantitative analysis), student questionnaires and in-depth interviews. Questionnaires were filled out by all students and forty randomly selected students were interviewed by the researcher. The follow...

A Self-Study Guide to the Principles of Organic Chemistry

Key Concepts, Reaction Mechanisms, and Practice Questions for the Beginner

by Jiben Roy

07/24/2013

A Self-Study Guide to the Principles of Organic Chemistry: Key Concepts, Reaction Mechanisms, and Practice Questions for the Beginner will help students new to organic chemistry grasp the key concepts of the subject quickly and easily, as well as build a strong foundation for future study. Starting with the definition of "atom," the author explains molecules, electronic configuration, bonding, hydrocarbons, polar reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, reaction varieties, organic spectroscopy, aromaticity and aromatic reactions, biomolecules, organic polymers, and a synthetic approach to organic compounds. The over one hundred diagrams and charts contained in this volume will help students visualize the structures and bonds as they read the text, and make the logic of organic chemistry clear...

Problems in Organic Chemistry

A Self-Study Guide

by David Horn and Michael Strauss

09/25/2013

Problems in Organic Chemistry: A Self-Study Guide is the only undergraduate organic chemistry book to use a lead oriented-incremental approach. It aids and reinforces learning by encouraging students to connect sometimes disparate facts and theories in order to solve problems. The approach uniquely complements the lecture material by building concepts sequentially within a problem-solving context. The book is organized into three major sections: problems; lead-oriented cumulative verbal statements; and detailed solutions with structures and in-depth explanations.

Caveman Chemistry

28 Projects, from the Creation of Fire to the Production of Plastics

by Kevin M. Dunn

09/28/2003

Learn not only how to recreate the chemicals that changed history, but the history behind the chemicals. A five star college level teaching aid! Half a million years ago our ancestors learned to make fire from scratch. They crafted intricate tools from stone and brewed mind-altering elixirs from honey. Their descendants transformed clay into pottery, wool into clothing, and ashes into cleansers. In ceramic crucibles they won metal from rock, the metals lead to colored glazes and glass. Buildings of brick and mortar enshrined books of parchment and paper. Kings and queens demanded ever more colorful clothing and accessories in order to out-class clod-hoppers and call-girls. Kingdoms rose and fell by the power of saltpeter, sulfur, and charcoal. And the demands of everyday folk for glass ...

Investigating the Natural World of Chemistry with Kids

Experiments, Writing, and Drawing Activities for Learning Science

by Michael J. Strauss

09/30/2012

This unique book of real chemistry and science for children illustrates the nature of physical and chemical change using the very smallest parts of things: atoms and molecules. It encourages children, ages 5-12, along with their parents or teachers, to become active learners of science, to discover meaning not only in the ideas and definitions of others, but also (and especially) in their own world. Chapters include: Evaporating, Condensing, Dissolving, Crystallizing, Mixing, Separating, Melting, Freezing, and Reacting.

Our Fathers

Making Black Men

by Lewis W. Diuguid

03/15/2017

Many people don't understand why black lives must matter and why the racial divide seems to be taking the country back 50 years. Like the mythical Sankofa bird, the answer to what's missing now lies in what existed before. Our Fathers: Making Black Men focuses on one block of St. Louis in the mid-20th century, where African American businessmen living the American Dream also created a sense of community for boys in that neighborhood. Lincoln I. Diuguid, a PhD graduate of Cornell University in chemistry, anchored the block with Du-Good Chemical Laboratories & Manufacturers. The chemistry the book reveals isn't rocket science, it's just the lost formula of community engagement. Men like Doc gave boys on the street jobs and a strong work ethic. They did it through sharing the African American...

by Pierre P. Infelta

12/18/2003

The fundamental aspects of classical thermodynamics are presented in a simple compact way. The equations derived are illustrated by numerous (111) examples, often direct application of the relations just obtained. The (four) laws of thermodynamics are presented and illustrated. The need to define thermodynamic temperature, the meaning of auxiliary thermodynamic functions, the origin, usefulness and use of partial molar quantities are all examined. Gaseous systems, phase equilibria and chemical reactions are quantitatively treated. It is shown how chemical reactions can provide work. Ideal and non ideal solutions are presented with the various standard states and activity coefficients. This book will be of use to a wide audience of students and professionals in the fields of Chemistry,...

by Pierre Infelta & Michael Graetzel

12/20/2002

In this volume (volume 1), the tools necessary to study and understand systems in which chemical reactions can take place are developed. The variables of reaction are the keys to this understanding. Criteria for chemical equilibrium are established. It is shown how chemical reactions can provide work as, for example, in batteries. For complex systems, the number of independent reactions and their nature have to be determined systematically. The effect of external factors on chemical equilibria is analyzed and illustrated. The formalism necessary to study ideal and real solutions is provided. The various standard states in use and the corresponding activity coefficients are clearly defined. In volume 2, the tools necessary to study and understand systems in which chemical reactions can t...

by Michael Graetzel & Pierre Infelta

12/20/2002

In this volume, the tools necessary to study and understand systems in which chemical reactions can take place are developed. The variables of reaction are the keys to this understanding. Criteria for chemical equilibrium are established. It is shown how chemical reactions can provide work as, for example, in batteries. For complex systems, the number of independent reactions and their nature have to be determined systematically. The effect of external factors on chemical equilibria is analyzed and illustrated. The formalism necessary to study ideal and real solutions is provided. The various standard states in use and the corresponding activity coefficients are clearly defined. The statistical aspect of thermodynamics is best understood once students are familiar with the rest of the boo...

The Wayward Comet

A Descriptive History of Cometary Orbits, Kepler's Problem and the Cometarium

by Martin Beech

01/01/2016

Comets have not only blazed across the celestial vault throughout human history, they have embellished the night sky since the Earth itself formed some 4.5 billion years ago. Comets were among the first-born solid bodies in the solar system, and their frozen nuclei tell of the primordial chemistry and chaos that ultimately resulted in the formation of the planets, the evolution of life and us. For all this, however, comets have long been celestial oddities: they baffled our distant ancestors, and human society continues to marvel and speculate wildly at their appearance even to the present day. Cutting against the perceived constancy of the stars, comets seemingly present themselves at random times and they are often interpreted as harbingers of terrestrial change - both good and ill. How ...

Multiple Solution Methods for Teaching Science in the Classroom

Improving Quantitative Problem Solving Using Dimensional Analysis and Proportional Reasoning

by Stephen DeMeo

06/20/2008

For the first time in science education, the subject of multiple solution methods is explored in book form. While a multiple method teaching approach is utilized extensively in math education, there are very few journal articles and no texts written on this topic in science. Teaching multiple methods to science students in order to solve quantitative word problems is important for two reasons. First it challenges the practice by teachers that one specific method should be used when solving problems. Secondly, it calls into question the belief that multiple methods would confuse students and retard their learning. Using a case study approach and informed by research conducted by the author, this book claims that providing students with a choice of methods as well as requiring additional met...

Spirit Man

The Cosmology of Rudolf Steiner

by Steve Kasperowicz

10/03/1999

From his childhood, Steiner already possessed the ability to perceive the supersensible-to see the reality of the spiritual world with the same clarity and certainty as he saw the physical. As he matured, he felt a profound need to bring a discipline to his supersensible discoveries-to develop a methodology equal to what the natural science of his day demanded. While earning degrees in mathematics, physics and chemistry at the Technical University in Vienna, he began developing an approach to a systematic research of psychological and spiritual phenomena. His doctoral thesis "Truth and Knowledge" was followed, in 1894, by "The Philosophy of Freedom", a seminal work in which Steiner established a firm foundation for a science of the supersensible. Most of us, I believe, view our day t...

Life in the Universe

The Abundance of Extraterrestrial Civilizations

by James N. Pierce

08/11/2008

This book explores the science of extraterrestrial life, with a particular emphasis on the existence of intelligent alien civilizations. It introduces the reader to the basic chemistry associated with life on Earth and describes the planetary and stellar environments that allow us to exist. It also discusses the likelihood of alien life developing at other locations in our galaxy, along with the possibility that we will meet or communicate with them. This book is suitable for use as a text in an introductory "Life in the Universe" course.

by Wolfgang Hummel

07/28/2002

The Nagra/PSI Chemical Thermodynamic Data Base 01/01 is an encyclopedia of thermodynamic data recommended for environmental studies. The data base focuses on elements commonly found as major solutes in natural waters, and on actinides and fission products relevant for radioactive waste disposal projects. It is the official chemical thermodynamic data base used in Swiss radioactive waste disposal projects. The detailed discussion of every number recommended in this encyclopedia is the result of a multi man-year project of the Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI), a Swiss National Lab. The five authors of this work have many years of experience in research, data base development and the application of thermodynamic data in environmental studies. The data included for many elements are based on the...

The Science and Lore of the Plant Cell Wall

Biosynthesis, Structure and Function

by Takahisa Hayashi (editor)

05/31/2006

Plant cell walls are composed of complex carbohydrates, proteins, phenolic compounds, and inorganic ions, all of which play functional roles. Cellulose (1,4-beta-glucan) and callose (1,3-beta-glucan) are synthesized in the plasma membrane, while other polysaccharides are synthesized in the Golgi. Plant cell growth occurs with the loosening of the walls, which may be caused by several enzymatic actions. Plant development is related to the morphological changes of cells and tissue, which is caused by structural changes of the walls. This remarkable collection presents the latest understanding of plant cell walls and cellulose synthesis from some of the world's best and most promising researchers. The book is divided into eight sections describing: Cell Wall Structure, Biosynthesis, Cell W...