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  • Role: faculty
  • Organization: Waldorf College
  • Position: Assistant Professor, Chemistry

Mitchell Harvey Berger DrMitchB Assistant Professor, Chemistry Waldorf College

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  • Organization: Sana'a University,Yemen
  • Position: Associate Professor of Chemistry

Najat Al-Odaini Najat Associate Professor of Chemistry Sana'a University,Yemen

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  • Organization: Ursinus College
  • Position: Associate Professor of Chemistry and Co-coordinator of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major

Eric Williamsen ejw Associate Professor of Chemistry and Co-coordinator of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Major Ursinus College

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  • Organization: indiana university bloomingon
  • Position: undergrad in computer science and chemistry

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Shelves Matching "Chemistry"

Physics and Chemistry (It's All Relative)

A public shelf by Chris Villarosa

Random physics and chemistry-related stuff.

Chemistry Education

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Resources relevant to teaching and learning in Chemistry and allied subjects in Higher Education

7 Nuclear Chemistry

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CHEM 20 Teachers

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This shelf provides sample lesson plans and unit plans for Chemistry 20 (Grade 11) as outlined by the Alberta Program of Study.

Chemistry

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Chemistry Tools

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Resources for Chemistry

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Chemistry & Physics | Classroom Resources | PBS LearningMedia

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Chemistry & Physics consists of two series teaching high school college preparatory chemistry and physics. Chemistry: A Study of Matter and Physics Fundamentals provides instructional content deliv...

Brain Chemistry and Hunger: What’s Making You Want To Eat?

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Everything boils down to chemistry. Your emotions, your metabolism, physiology. Your relationship with food is one of chemistry.

ATP Hydrolysis

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For the bioenergetics lesson, we learned that ATP is essentially the "unit of currency" for cellular energy transfer. While the text briefly described the process, I wanted to share a video that d...

cooperation and team chemistry

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This article talks about the slow start for the cleveland cavaliers, which at the beginnning of the year were set to have a super power team. The root of the issues came from cooperation from each ...

How to Use TED-Ed in the Chemistry Classroom

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Highland Park High School teacher Gordon Williamson uses TED-Ed Lessons extensively in his chemistry classroom to catalyze conversations and supplement his curriculum. This website provides a snaps...

ATP Hydrolysis

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For the bioenergetics lesson, we learned that ATP is essentially the "unit of currency" for cellular energy transfer. While the text briefly described the process, I wanted to share a video that d...

Unlocking the Chemistry of Exercise

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Nutrient Density with minimum bias

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Mathieu Lalonde who received his PhD in organic chemistry from Harvard uses the USDA nutrient database to fairly compare the nutrient densities of foods. He does this because other systems of deter...

The Skinny on Obesity (Ep. 4): Sugar - A Sweet Addition

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A simple explanation of leptin and appetite suppression and the addictive properties of sugar on the central nervous system. "Is it that becoming obese has changed their brain chemistry?"

Is Obesity an Addiction?: Scientific American

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Brain chemistry at work here.

Is Obesity an Addiction?: Scientific American

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Brain chemistry at work here.

Cocaine and Oreos?

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In this study, rats were used to test the effects of Oreos on the brain and whether rats were drawn to the fat and sugar found in this tasty treats. In this study, researchers discovered that Oreos...

Cocaine and Oreos?

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In this study, rats were used to test the effects of Oreos on the brain and whether rats were drawn to the fat and sugar found in this tasty treats. In this study, researchers discovered that Oreos...

Is Obesity an Addiction?: Scientific American

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Brain chemistry at work here.

New Element Confirmed

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"n 2010 a US Russian collaboration announced they had produced atoms of an element with 117 protons, filling a gap that appeared when 118 was made four years earlier. However International Union of...

Love, The Thing Called Love

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y Lauren Slater Photographs by Jodi Cobb Opening photograph (above) by Pablo Corral Vega Scientists say that the brain chemistry of infatuation is akin to mental illness—which gives new meaning ...

Khan Academy: Organic Chemistry

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Introductory Organic Chemistry

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Coursera Course

Khan Academy: Chemistry

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Carbon Chemistry: An Introduction

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Organic Chemistry News

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MIT Open Courseware: Chemistry

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Journal of Organic Chemistry

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The political chemistry of oil

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Chemistry: Crash Course

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"Choose Your Own Adventure"

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I had an interesting debate with some of my students in a class once over self-directed learning.  I had gone off on some diatribe about learning and student responsibility and one student flat out...

Courses in Computer Science

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'Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of co...

How Salt Substitutes Shake Out | Berkeley Wellness

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A different week topic but I couldn't help but look it up...being in chemistry and knowing salts are not just NaCl...table salt...I was wondering what the positive and or negative effect salt subst...

Small Changes in Protein Chemistry Play Large Role in Huntington's Disease, December 24, 2009 News Release - National Institutes of Health (NIH)

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This article talks about Huntington's disease and how it is a mutated protein that becomes toxic to the brain cells. The Huntington protein is built up of 3,150 Amino Acids. Which we now all know a...

Plant biotechnology: Make it a decaf : Nature News & Comment

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I decided to do some research on this transgenic coffee… According to, http://www.nature.com/news/plant-biotechnology-make-it-a-decaf-1.10212 , “Coffee contains some 2,000 chemical compounds tha...

It's a Small Worm After All...

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So I was studying for my chemistry class and watching youtube videos on the topic at hand and I stumbled upon this advertisement by 'Shell,' and it caught my eye!!! Very dramatically explains how...

Overtraining in sports

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I thought this article was really informative due to the fact that it gave the symptoms of overtraining. The one thing that was tough for me however was being able to gauge these symptoms and do so...

Overtraining in sports

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I thought this article was really informative due to the fact that it gave the symptoms of overtraining. The one thing that was tough for me however was being able to gauge these symptoms and do so...

How the Internet, Dopamine and your Brain are Working Together to Screw Your Potential.

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How the internet impacts brain chemistry! Read it on your iPhone.

The Catabolism of Fats and Proteins for Energy

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This week 3 article gives a good explanation of the breakdown of protein and fat in the body for energy. This article is good for those of us that are interested in a little of the chemistry of the...

3 Rules to Spark Learning

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It took a life-threatening condition to jolt chemistry teacher Ramsey Musallam out of ten years of “pseudo-teaching” to understand the true role of the educator: to cultivate curiosity. In a fun an...

Can genes predict foreign language learning skills?

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Every frustrated language learner has, at some point, proclaimed that they just "don’t have the gift" of picking up foreign languages. It’s easy to imagine that the aptitude for learning a ...

Items Tagged with "Chemistry"

Neurobiology: The Logistics of Learning

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Human microbiome

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A legit article by the NY Times w/ sources for reference!

Chemical Curiosities

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Print Your Own Medicine

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MIT Open Courseware: Chemistry

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Journal of Organic Chemistry

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Biochemistry

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Chemistry

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Balancing Chemical Equations

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Khan Academy: Chemistry

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SparkNotes

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Carbon Chemistry: An Introduction

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Organic Chemistry News

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Khan Academy: Organic Chemistry

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Introductory Organic Chemistry

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Biochemistry News

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Chemistry: Crash Course

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'Vampire' Steroids Rise After Dark

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silver nitrate used to kill bacteria

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silver nitrate is a powerful weapon that is used to kill bacteria.

How to Eat for Your DNA

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This is the name of an article that I never thought that those tiny bits of DNA, that make us human will have that much effect in our habit of eating and how our bodies respond to different types o...

Brain Chemistry and Hunger: What’s Making You Want To Eat?

Item added by laila outourtit

Everything boils down to chemistry. Your emotions, your metabolism, physiology. Your relationship with food is one of chemistry.

If you eat food, watch this.

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Amazing TED talk on what we are putting into our bodies. Highly recommended for anyone and EVERYONE who eats food. Period. 20 min that just may change your life.

Ancestral DDT exposure promotes epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of obesity

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This is incredibly frightening.

NRDC: Protecting People from Unsafe Chemicals

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What Do We Really Know About Roundup Weed Killer?

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Associate Scientist (Beverage)

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Developer of new beverages for private labels.

QR Coded Periodic Table

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for your phone!

Science of addiction!

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I wanted to discover a little more information on the chemical process that occurs with addiction. I'm currently enrolled in human physiology which really provided a good basic understanding with h...

What children think, feel and know about throwing overhand.

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This study was conducted to see how children taught different ways to throw, felt about their experience. Also what they liked and disliked about how they were taught, and how important they though...

Silent Spring—I - The New Yorker

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http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/23/silent-spring-part-2 http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1962/06/30/silent-spring-part-3

Comments Matching "Chemistry"

Team chemistry is such an integral part of any sort of team or group activity. It is unfortunate that it cannot be quantified because it is widely overlooked. This article does a great job of highl...

Organic Chemistry used in food stuffs was an interesting view. The same chemicals we use with precaution in organic chemistry labs are included in our food and drink. Surprising that other countrie...

There are reasons for this emotional type of eating and it has everything to do with our brain chemicals. When we are feeling down or upset we seek out "comfort foods" because they can cause a spi...

Comment on Fast food and your mood
posted by Tiffany M Reiss, PhD

After taking chemistry last year I finally understood how and why proteins are so important. They truly are one of the most important nutrients your body needs. However, there is a lot of controver...

Comment on Why do we need protein in our diet?
posted by Katie Walker

this article related to week 2 discussion in chapter 3 witch also talk about Hunger and related to our brain chemistry it discuss it in different way than the book but I think the meaning is one, i...

Hi, Erica. I'm glad you got to share it too also check another article that i posted called Brain chemistry and Hunger witch really related to discussion 2 and chapter 3 when i found this article i...

Comment on How to eat for your DNA
posted by laila outourtit

Several factors come into play when determining electrolyte losses such as: fitness level, activity duration, and environmental factors. Maintaining the right balance of electrolytes helps your bod...

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This article, satirically title “The other CO2 problem” draws attention to the fact that rising atmospheric carbon dioxide has more implications that many people realize. Specifically this article ...

Comment on Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem
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This article investigates the impacts of a different effect of contaminants getting into a water source. Earlier I posted an article about contaminated drinking water due to arsenic levels. This ar...

This video, courtesy of Hank Green and Crash Course, is one from a series of 12 from their playlist on ecology, so basically a nice 12 video long list of all you need to know about the environment ...

This week in class we talked about addiction. This topic is particularly interesting to me because I have a lot of addicts in my family. I added another item on my shelf about rat park and the soci...

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The video was very informative as far as going into the chemistry of aging.

Comment on Science of Aging
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