ISSN 1344-7963

The Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), Vol. 11, No. 2 (Serial No. 21). The date of issue: November 29, 2008.


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  1. [Teaching Materials] Nitrogen Fixation and Dinitrogen Complexes - Revisited by B.H.S. Thimmappa (Manipal University, India)
  2. [Practical Teaching Materials] Hybrid (Electrochemical-Chemical) Single Crystal Synthesis of Copper Aspirinate Starting from an Aspirin Tablet: an Undergraduate Bioinorganic Experiment by Aaron Perez-Benitez, Miguel Angel Mendez-Rojas, Sylvain Bernes and Enrique Gonzalez-Vergara (Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Universidad de las Americas-Puebla, and Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico)
  3. [Experimental Apparatus] New Inexpensive Apparatus for Electrolysis by Muhamad Hugerat (The Academic Arab College for Education, Israel and Columbia College Chicago, U. S. A.)
  4. [Novel Teaching Method and Materials] Comparing the Computer Supported versus Traditional "Teacher-Student" Approach by D.A. Kostic*, S.S. Mitic, A.R. Zarubica, A. Gosnjic, M. Stojkovic (University of Nis, Serbia)
  5. Registration No. 11-11 was withdrawn for multiple publication.

    in Japanese

  6. [Article on Chemical Education] Determinations of nitrite nitrogen (N-NO2) and chemical oxygen demand (COD) in environmental water using spectrum conversion from digital color images by Seitaro ISHIHARA, Yuka SATO, and Nobuyoshi KOGA*, (Department of Science Education, Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University, Japan)


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