JCE 91.02—February 2014 Issue Highlights

Journal of Chemical Education February 2014 Cover

Fostering Engagement in Nanotechnology

The Feburary 2014 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available to subscribers. The February issue issue features a range of articles on nanotechnology in the areas of public engagement, instrumentation, and laboratory experiments.


Norbert J. Pienta, Editor-in-Chief of JCE, discusses .



In , Bradley W. Ewers, Amanda E. Schuckman, and James D. Batteas describe a series of STM experiments designed to engage students in cutting-edge research techniques while introducing and reinforcing topics in physical chemistry, quantum mechanics, solid-state chemistry, and the electronic structure of molecules and materials.


by Angela R. Jones, Ashley A. Anderson, Sara K. Yeo, Andrew E. Greenberg, Dominique Brossard, and John W. Moore


 by Rebecca C. Quardokus, Natalie A. Wasio, and S. Alex Kandel

by Maynard J. Morin

Laboratory Experiments

by Wanda J. Guedens, Monique Reynders, Heidi Van den Rul, Ken Elen, An Hardy, and Marlies K. Van Bael

by Kevin M. Metz, Stephanie E. Sanders, Anna K. Miller, and Katelyn R. French

by Omowunmi A. Sadik, Naumih M. Noah, Veronica A. Okello, and Zhaoyong Sun

by Matthew L. Landry, Thomas E. Morrell, Theodora K. Karagounis, Chih-Hao Hsia, and Chia-Ying Wang

by Philip J. Reid, Bryant Fujimoto, and Daniel R. Gamelin

by Timothy M. Ayers, Scott T. Akin, Collin J. Dibble, and Michael A. Duncan

Teaching Resources

by Glen E. Rodgers

Yoong Kin Hooi, Masayoshi Nakano, and Nobuyoshi Koga

by Garon C. Smith, Md Mainul Hossain, and Patrick MacCarthy

by Vipul Gupta, Hasitha Ganegoda, Mark H. Engelhard, Jeff Terry, and Matthew R. Linford

Making Chemistry Accessible for Visually Impaired Students

by Henry B. Wedler, Lee Boyes, Rebecca L. Davis, Dan Flynn, Annaliese Franz, Christian S. Hamann, Jason G. Harrison, Michael W. Lodewyk, Kristin A. Milinkevich, Jared T. Shaw, Dean J. Tantillo, and Selina C. Wang

by Cary A. Supalo, Mick D. Isaacson, and Michael V. Lombardi


by Arthur E. Burgess and John C. Davidson

by Nobuyoshi Koga, Yuri Goshi, Masahiro Yoshikawa, and Tomoyuki Tatsuoka

Chemical Education Research

by Elizabeth A. Godin, Nicole Kwiek, Suzanne S. Sikes, Myra J. Halpin, Carolyn A. Weinbaum, Lane F. Burgette, Jerome P. Reiter, and Rochelle D. Schwartz-Bloom

by David L. Lafarge, Ludovic M. Morge, and Martine M. Méheut

Graduate Education Curriculum Reform

by Christopher C. Knutson, Milton N. Jackson, Jr., Matt Beekman, Matthew E. Carnes, Darren W. Johnson, David C. Johnson, and Douglas A. Keszler

In China

by Jiahai Ma and Rongrong Guo

by Feng-qing Zhao, Yi-feng Yu, Shao-feng Ren, Shao-jie Liu, and Xin-yu Rong

From the Archive: Teaching with LEGOs

It this issue, Ryo Horikoshi, Yoji Kobayashi, and Hiroshi Kageyama use . In past issues, LEGOs have been used to explore a variety of topics, including:

by Dean J. Campbell, Josiah D. Miller, Stephen J. Bannon, and Lauren M. Obermaier

by Thomas S. Kuntzleman, Kristen N. Rohrer, Bruce W. Baldwin, Jennifer Kingsley, Charles L. Schaerer, Deborah K. Sayers, and Vivian B. West

by JCE Staff

by J. Eric Witzel

 by Kristie R. Ruddick and Abby L. Parrill

by Carrie A. Cloonan, Carolyn A. Nichol, and John S. Hutchinson

by Daniel R. Albert, Michael A. Todt, and H. Floyd Davis
Journal of Chemical Education 2012 89 (11), 1432-1435

JCE Speaks 91 Volumes of Useful Material

With 91 volumes of the Journal of Chemical Education to explore, you will always find something useful—including all of the , and many more, in . Articles that are edited and published online ahead of print () are also available.

The will be available as a sample issue for the entire year. If you like what you read, ! If you have something to share,