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The Use of Isotopes as Tracers in a Marine Environment
Bobbie Lamont | added on Mar 07, 2011 | United States
Dr. Sarah Knowlton will discuss the use of stable environmental isotopes, including oxygen isotopes as tracers of climate and stable lead isotope ratios as tracers of contaminant lead. Her research involves the use of lead isotope ratios to trace the source of lead to the Gulf of Maine, Scotian Shelf, and Labrador Sea.
Regular Updates of Stamp Release On IYC2011
Kumar K nair | added on Mar 05, 2011 | India
Tracking Of Stamps Related to IYC2011 on
Chemistry - our life, our future -- Science Week in Khartoum
Ahmad Sinada | added on Mar 04, 2011 | Sudan
Chemical Society will hold celebrate the Year of Chemistry in the Science Week of the Faculty of Science, which will contain lectures in various scientific disciplines chemical and seminars, exhibitions, workshops and a variety of cultural programs. And that, starting from day 22 until 26 of March.
The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game
Jim Macdonald | added on Mar 02, 2011 | Canada
The Rare Earth Chemical Element Card Game is a new game designed to teach middle school and high school students the fundamentals of the periodic table.
Australian National Chemical Analysis Competition
Ruth Meaney | added on Mar 02, 2011 | Australia
The competition encourages students who enjoy Chemistry - especially practical Chemistry. Entrants compete in teams of three. Each team member performs a simple acid-base titration. A NaOH solution is standardised against standard HCl. An "unknown" acetic acid solution is then titrated with the NaOH solution.