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Chemical demonstrations : a handbook for teachers of chemistry

Author: Bassam Z Shakhashiri
Publisher: Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 1983-<©2011 >
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Describes and gives instructions for lecture demonstrations covering acids and bases and liquids, solutions, and colloids.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Shakhashiri, Bassam Z.
Chemical demonstrations.
Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 1983-<c1992 >
(OCoLC)645886530
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bassam Z Shakhashiri
ISBN: 0299088901 9780299088903 9780299226503 0299226506 0299119505 9780299119508 0299101304 9780299101305 0299128601 9780299128609
OCLC Number: 9371542
Description: v. <1-5 > : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Exocharmic reactions --
Introduction --
Thermochemistry / Multiple authors --
Chemiluminescence / Multiple authors --
Polymers / Multiple authors --
Color and equilibria of metal ion precipitates and complexes / Multiple authors. v. 2. What do I remember --
Introduction --
Sources containing descriptions of lecture demonstrations --
Sources of information on hazards and disposal --
Physical behavior of gases / Multiple authors --
Chemical behavior of gases / Multiple authors --
Oscillating chemical reactions / Multiple authors --
Demonstrations in volume 1 --
Demonstrations in future volumes. v. 3. Introduction --
Sources containing descriptions of lecture demonstrations --
Sources of information on hazards and disposal --
Acids and bases / Multiple authors --
Liquids, solutions, and colloids --
Demonstrations in volume 1 --
demonstrations in volume 2 --
Demonstrations in future volumes. v. 4 The Joy of Teaching Chemistry --
Introduction --
Clock reactions --
Electrochemistry: Batteries, electrolytic cells, and plating --
Demonstrations in volume 1 --
Demonstrations in volume 2 --
Demonstrations in volume 3 --
Demonstrations in future volumes. v. 5. Color, light, vision, perception --
[Introduction] --
Production of light --
Properties of light --
Perception and vision --
Photemission: fluorescence and phosphorescence --
Photochemistry --
Index to volumes 1-5.
Responsibility: Bassam Z. Shakhashiri.
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Describes and gives instructions for lecture demonstrations covering acids and bases and liquids, solutions, and colloids.

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List of Demonstrations in All Four Volumes

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Chemical demonstrations: a handbook for teachers of chemistry
Bassam Z. Shakhashiri
Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1983-1992

== Demonstrations in Volume 1 ==

1 THERMOCHEMISTRY
1.1 Evaporation...
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