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The Resource Advances in teaching physical chemistry, Mark D. Ellison, editor, Tracy A. Schoolcraft, editor ; sponsored by the Divisions of Chemical Education, Inc. and Physical Chemistry, (electronic resource)

Advances in teaching physical chemistry, Mark D. Ellison, editor, Tracy A. Schoolcraft, editor ; sponsored by the Divisions of Chemical Education, Inc. and Physical Chemistry, (electronic resource)

Label
Advances in teaching physical chemistry
Title
Advances in teaching physical chemistry
Statement of responsibility
Mark D. Ellison, editor, Tracy A. Schoolcraft, editor ; sponsored by the Divisions of Chemical Education, Inc. and Physical Chemistry
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
541.071/1
LC call number
QD455.5
LC item number
.A38 2008
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1968-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ellison, Mark D.
  • Schoolcraft, Tracy A
  • American Chemical Society
Series statement
ACS symposium series
Series volume
973
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Chemistry, Physical and theoretical
Label
Advances in teaching physical chemistry, Mark D. Ellison, editor, Tracy A. Schoolcraft, editor ; sponsored by the Divisions of Chemical Education, Inc. and Physical Chemistry, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The evolution of physical chemistry courses
  • Peter Atkins
  • Philosophy of chemistry, reduction, emergence, and chemical education
  • Eric Scerri
  • Teaching and learning physical chemistry: a review of education research
  • Georgios Tsaparlis
  • Modern developments in the physical chemistry laboratory
  • Samuel A. Abrash
  • Existence of a problem-solving mindset among students taking quantum mechanics and its implications
  • David E. Gardner, George M. Bodner
  • Advances in teaching physical chemistry: overview
  • Physical chemistry curriculum: into the future with digital technology
  • Theresa Julia Zielinski
  • "Partial derivatives: are you kidding?": teaching thermodynamics using virtual substance
  • Chrystal D. Bruce, Carribeth L. Bliem, John M. Papanikolas
  • Molecular-level simulations as a chemistry teaching tool
  • Jurgen Schnitker
  • Introduction of a computational laboratory into the physical chemistry curriculum
  • Roseanne J. Sension
  • The effects of physical chemistry curriculum reform on the American chemical society DivCHED physical chemistry examinations
  • Richard W. Schwenz
  • Mark D. Ellison, Tracy A. Schoolcraft
  • Walking the tightrope: teaching the timeless fundamentals in the context of modern physical chemistry
  • Michelle M. Francl
  • The process oriented guided inquiry learning approach to teaching physical chemistry
  • J. N. Spencer, R. S. Moog
  • Teaching physical chemistry: let's teach kinetics first
  • James M. LoBue, Brian P. Koehler
  • Fitting physical chemistry into a crowded curriculum: a rigorous one-semester physical chemistry course with laboratory
  • HollyAnn Harris
  • What to teach in physical chemistry: is there a single answer?
  • Gerald R. Van Hecke
  • Decisions in the physical chemistry course
  • Robert G. Mortimer
  • Integrating research and education to create a dynamic physical chemistry curriculum
  • Arthur B. Ellis
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000596292
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 332 pages
Isbn
9780841239982
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007060790
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000596292
Label
Advances in teaching physical chemistry, Mark D. Ellison, editor, Tracy A. Schoolcraft, editor ; sponsored by the Divisions of Chemical Education, Inc. and Physical Chemistry, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The evolution of physical chemistry courses
  • Peter Atkins
  • Philosophy of chemistry, reduction, emergence, and chemical education
  • Eric Scerri
  • Teaching and learning physical chemistry: a review of education research
  • Georgios Tsaparlis
  • Modern developments in the physical chemistry laboratory
  • Samuel A. Abrash
  • Existence of a problem-solving mindset among students taking quantum mechanics and its implications
  • David E. Gardner, George M. Bodner
  • Advances in teaching physical chemistry: overview
  • Physical chemistry curriculum: into the future with digital technology
  • Theresa Julia Zielinski
  • "Partial derivatives: are you kidding?": teaching thermodynamics using virtual substance
  • Chrystal D. Bruce, Carribeth L. Bliem, John M. Papanikolas
  • Molecular-level simulations as a chemistry teaching tool
  • Jurgen Schnitker
  • Introduction of a computational laboratory into the physical chemistry curriculum
  • Roseanne J. Sension
  • The effects of physical chemistry curriculum reform on the American chemical society DivCHED physical chemistry examinations
  • Richard W. Schwenz
  • Mark D. Ellison, Tracy A. Schoolcraft
  • Walking the tightrope: teaching the timeless fundamentals in the context of modern physical chemistry
  • Michelle M. Francl
  • The process oriented guided inquiry learning approach to teaching physical chemistry
  • J. N. Spencer, R. S. Moog
  • Teaching physical chemistry: let's teach kinetics first
  • James M. LoBue, Brian P. Koehler
  • Fitting physical chemistry into a crowded curriculum: a rigorous one-semester physical chemistry course with laboratory
  • HollyAnn Harris
  • What to teach in physical chemistry: is there a single answer?
  • Gerald R. Van Hecke
  • Decisions in the physical chemistry course
  • Robert G. Mortimer
  • Integrating research and education to create a dynamic physical chemistry curriculum
  • Arthur B. Ellis
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000596292
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
ix, 332 pages
Isbn
9780841239982
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2007060790
Other physical details
illustrations
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000596292

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