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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.
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Fedeal Reserve Bank of Kansas City:...
Since it was last featured in the 03-22-2013 issue of the Scout Report, this educational resources website has undergone a total revamp. Updated resources are...
Great Lakes Now Virtual Field Trip
Caretakers searching for an educational way to entertain young people should look no further than this virtual field trip series from the media outlet Great...
British Science Week: Activity...
Every year, the British Science Association coordinates a multi-day STEM celebration, with activities and events taking place across the UK. Educators around...
Seacoast Science Center
Located within New Hampshire's Odiorne Point State Park, the Seacoast Science Center is a conservation nonprofit committed to "a healthy World Ocean." Readers...
SDSS Voyages
Voyages provides educators with learning activities based on real data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) (featured in the 11-30-1999 Scout Report). The...



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