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View Resource Summary Problems: A Compound Containing Carbon, Hydrogen, and Fluorine

Summary Challenge Problems: five questions about a compound containing carbon, hydrogen, and fluorine.

View Resource Alcohols

Quiz questions from the organic chemistry question bank provide students with an excellent opportunity to review key concepts. These quetstions focus on alcohols. Some of the section topics include: nomenclature, oxymercuration, hydroboration, mechanisms of reactions, and synthesis.

View Resource WebSpectra

This site, created by Barry C. Fam and Craig A. Merlic of the University of California - Los Angeles, was established to provide chemistry students with a library of spectroscopy problems. Interpretation of spectra is a technique that requires practice - this site provides 1H NMR and 13C NMR, DEPT, COSY and IR spectra of various compounds for students to interpret. Hopefully, these problems will...

View Resource Science Learning Activity: "One Sweet Whirled" Part 2

This resource from the Guitarbuilding.org project is the second part of a two-part activity: the first part may be found here. In this portion of the activity, "the process of swirl dipping a guitar will be simulated with a wooden pencil being dipped into model paint or nail polish." A student handout and useful photographs are included in the...

View Resource Science Learning Activity: "One Sweet Whirled" Part 1

This resource from the Guitarbuilding.org project uses the example of swirl-dipped guitars to illustrate "classification of matter, hydrophobic and hydrophilic compounds, and forces within liquids." Since it is not feasible for a class to have an actual instrument to work with, the students will use common items including paper plates, food coloring and shaving cream to replicate the process....

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