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The teaching of chemistry from the Green Chemistry perspective
(Univ. Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, 2016)
Green Chemistry, as a research area, understood as the development of methodologies to modify products or processes in order to reduce or eliminate the risks posed to the environment and human health. Thus it is allowing ...
Theoretical chemistry: current applications to photochemistry and thermochemistry
(SPRINGERNEW YORK, 2012)
A historical perspective is given contrasting challenges and advances in theoretical chemistry at the time the first issue of Theoretical Chemistry Accounts appeared in 1962 and the progress achieved since then as expressed ...
Evolution of green chemistry and its multidimensional impacts: A review
The growing process of industrialization was a milestone for world economic evolution. Since the 1940s, social movements have revolutionized green chemistry and provided shifts in industrial positions and sustainable ...
Química sem fronteirasChemistry without borders
(Sociedade Brasileira de Química, 2012)
Woman in chemistry. Jane Marcet, a relevant figure in chemistry education
(Soc. Brasileira Quimica, 2015)
A historiographical study of Jane Marcet's role in spreading chemistry knowledge to a wider audience in the 19th century is presented here. Her efforts to spread scientific knowledge were crucial to sharing the most important ...
INVESTIGATING THE PRESENCE OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE IN UNIVERSITY GENERAL CHEMISTRY TEXTBOOKS
(SOC BRASILEIRA QUIMICASAO PAULO, 2012)
INVESTIGATING THE PRESENCE OF THE HISTORY OF SCIENCE IN UNIVERSITY GENERAL CHEMISTRY TEXTBOOKS. This paper aims at analyzing the history of science content of three general chemistry textbooks used in Brazilian universities: ...
"Will It Rain?" Activities Investigating Aerosol Hygroscopicity and Deliquescence
Climate change and its consequences seem to be increasingly evident in our daily lives. However, is it possible for students to identify a relationship between these large-scale events and the chemistry taught in the ...
The contributions of SBQ for the graduate programs in chemistry
(Soc Brasileira QuimicaSao PauloBrasil, 2007)
Thiourea effect on the lignin biodegradation
Lignin degradation by peroxidase or an extracellular crude ligninase in the presence of thiourea is enhanced. Veratryl alcohol, exhibits the same behaviour in both cases. Thiourea is proposed as an additive in biopulping