Reactivity of Magnesium Metal for...
This learning activity will provide an opportunity for students to develop their critical thinking and research skills in chemistry by asking them to investigate corrosion rates of metals and draw conclusions from their experiments. Students will measure corrosion rates in specific alloys and apply their findings to real world issues, such as medical implants. This module is intended for high school students. The document is available to download in PDF file format.
This book was written by Jim Trepka and provides an introduction to smart grids. A smart grid is a range of technologies that allow for more complex...
This webpage, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, includes a number of STEM lesson plans. These lessons are intended for varying grade levels that range from...
InfoMat provides users with an extremely comprehensive source of company, industry, and market information about the international fashion industry. The site is...
Instructors and professors of geography and related disciplines will want to take advantage of the resources made available by Open Geography Education, a...
Drinking water, agriculture, extreme weather survival, climate change resilience, and other essential aspects of life depend on the availability of water and...
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