ISSN 1344-7963

The Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), Vol. 3, No. 2 (Serial No. 5). The date of issue: December 25, 1999.


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  1. [Foreword] Some Comment on Science Education in Overseas Countries through My Experiences in Indonesia by John T. SHIMOZAWA (Professor emeritus, Saitama University)

  2. [Graphic Page] "Grossular" by Shin-ichi KATO

  3. [Chemical Education] Planning an Integrated Natural Science Course by Focusing on Temperature by Teruo YOSHINO (College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University)
  4. [Chemical Education] Teaching Hydrolysis of Salts Correlated with Acidity of Solutions by Ryoichi OHMORI (Tochigi Prefectural Haga High School, Present Address: Graduate School of Education, Utsunomiya University)
  5. [Environmental Education] A Study of the Neutralization Treatment for Liquid Waste from "Matsuo Mine" by Osamu TAKAHASHI (Junior High School Attached to the Faculty of Education, Iwate University)
  6. [Teaching Materials for Chemical Experiment] Let's Ferment Milk to Yoghurt! by Yasunori ISHIYAMA (Yamagata Ninth Junior High School)
  7. [Teaching Materials for Chemical Experiment] Welcome to Our School Laboratory (Amusing 8 Chemical Experiments) by Toshiaki CHUJO (The Evening Division of Tokyo Metropolitan Kuramae Technical High School)


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