JCE 91.03—March 2014 Issue Highlights

Journal of Chemical Education March 2014 Cover

Teaching Chemistry and Making a Difference

The of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available online to subscribers. The March issue features: changing the curriculum to make connections, forensic chemistry, computer-based learning, hands-on activities and labs for introductory chemistry, teaching physical chemistry, organic and biochemistry labs, and the mole concept.

Editorial

Norbert J. Pienta, Editor-in-Chief of JCE, muses on

Cover

In , Paul D. Hooker, William A. Deutschman, and Brian J. Avery describe a rigorous course developed as a collaborative effort between a chemistry program and a biology program. The course is primarily laboratory- and inquiry-based and includes two different small-scale (one-gallon) fermentations undertaken by students with a background of one year of general chemistry and general biology.

Chemical Education Research

The article by Cynthia J. Luxford and Stacey Lowery Bretz
 was recently selected as an article and is freely available to all interested readers.

Changing the Curriculum To Make Connections


 by Chris P. Schaller, Kate J. Graham, Brian J. Johnson, M. A. Fazal, T. Nicholas Jones, Edward J. McIntee, and Henry V. Jakubowski



 by Donna M. Chamely-Wiik, Jerome E. Haky, Deborah W. Louda, and Nancy Romance


Forensic Chemistry

 
by Linda Ahrenkiel and Martin Worm-Leonhard



 by Peter D. Marle, Lisa Decker, Victoria Taylor, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, David Khaliqi, Janel E. Owens, and Renee M. Henry


by Audrey F. Meyer, Cassandra M. Knutson, Solaire A. Finkenstaedt-Quinn, Sarah M. Gruba, Ben M. Meyer, John W. Thompson, Melissa A. Maurer-Jones, Sharon Halderman, Ayesha S. Tillman, Lizanne DeStefano, and Christy L. Haynes

 
by Sara E. Nielsen, Jonathan P. Scaffidi, and Ellen J. Yezierski

Computer-based Learning

 by 
Samuel P. Bryfczynski, Rebecca Brown, Josiah Hester, Andrew Herrmann, Danielle L. Koch, Melanie M. Cooper, and Nathaniel P. Grove



 by Andrea M. Geyer



 by Sachin Saxena and Soami P. Satsangee



 by Jessica L. Menke

Hands-On Activities and Labs for Introductory Chemistry


 by Christopher J. Huber and Aaron M. Massari



 by Deborah Polvani Sunderland


 by K. Christopher Smith and Diana Cedillo


 by Martin Lundqvist

Teaching Physical Chemistry

Thermodynamics

by Elon Langbeheim, Samuel A. Safran, and Edit Yerushalmi


by Lionel M. Raff



by Francisco M. Vargas


by Klaus Schmidt-Rohr


Quantum Mechanics


by Ross D. Hoehn, Nick Mack, and Sabre Kais



by Ross D. Hoehn, Nick Mack, and Sabre Kais


Organic and Biochemistry Labs


by Bopha Chrea, Juliette A. O’Connell, Orlando Silkstone-Carter, John O’Brien, and John J. Walsh



 by Heba Abourahma, Lynn Bradley, Nichole M. Lareau, and Megan Reesbeck



by Brian J. Stockman, Jill S. Asheld, Paola J. Burburan, Ana Galesic, Zohar Nawlo, and Kylie F. Sikorski

From the Archive: The Mole Concept    

This issue contains the article 
by Su-Chi Fang, Christina Hart, and David Clarke. Some articles in past issues of JCE on the mole concept include:

by Andrzej Barański



by Laura B. Bruck and Marcy H. Towns


by Hans de Grys and Dawn M. Wakeley

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