JCE 93.04 April 2016 Issue Highlights

Journal of Chemical Education April 2016 Cover

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day

The April 2016 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available  to subscribers. In honor of Earth Day 2016, the April issue includes a variety of content that provides ideas and suggestions for bringing environmental chemistry to students on the topics of: water quality; climate science and greenhouse gases; atmospheric chemistry; sustainability, green chemistry, and environmental awareness; and energy storage technology. Also in the issue are articles on: outreach and public understanding; teaching organic chemistry; physical chemistry; exploring biochemistry with proteins; research experiences in the laboratory; educational resources.

Environmental Chemistry

Cover: Earth Day

Chemists Celebrate Earth Day is an ACS annual event that seeks to bring international focus to environmental topics, such as clean air, water, and energy, to illustrate the positive role chemistry plays in understanding and preserving the Earth. Environmental chemistry engages students of all levels in learning new chemistry concepts by relating chemistry to their daily lives as well as heightening awareness of environmental issues. (Image of the Earth straddling the limb of the Moon taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera is used with permission: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center/Arizona State University.)

Water Quality

Editorial ~ Jerald L. Schnoor, professor of engineering at The University of Iowa and former Editor-in-Chief of , strongly encourages the .

~ Gunnar Schwarz, Wolfgang Frenzel, Wolfgang M. Richter, Lothar Täuscher, and Georg Kubsch

~Danielle Rand, Craig J. Yennie, Patrick Lynch, Gregory Lowry, James Budarz, Wenlei Zhu, and Li-Qiong Wang

~ Giselle Mae M. Pacot, Lyn May Lee, Sung-Tong Chin, and Philip J. Marriott

~ Anna M. Donnell, Keaton Nahan, Dawone Holloway, and Anne P. Vonderheide

Climate Science & Greenhouse Gases

~ Florine Asherman, Gilles Cabot, Cyril Crua, Lionel Estel, Charlotte Gagnepain, Thibault Lecerf, Alain Ledoux, Sébastien Leveneur, Marie Lucereau, Sarah Maucorps, Mélanie Ragot, Julie Syrykh, and Manon Vige

~ Roland P. Stout

~ Jeffrey M. Buth

~ Edward Maslowsky Jr.

Atmospheric Chemistry

~ Kentaro Y. Bodzewski, Ryan L. Caylor, Ashley M. Comstock, Austin T. Hadley, Felisha M. Imholt, Kory D. Kirwan, Kira S. Oyama, and Matthew E. Wise

~ Jason E. Roberts, Guang Zeng, Marta K Maron, Mindy Mach, Iman Dwebi, and Yong Liu

Sustainability, Green Chemistry, & Environmental Awareness

~ Marta Guron, Jared J. Paul, and Margaret H. Roeder

~ Sarah A. Kennedy

~ Reuben Hudson, Daniel Leaman, Kiana E. Kawamura, Kristin N. Esdale, Samuel Glaisher, Alexandra Bishop, and Jeffrey L. Katz

~ Garland L. Crawford and Adam M. Kiefer

~ Tim Rappon, Jarrett A. Sylvestre, and Manit Rappon

Energy Storage Technology

~ Johnathon M. Hall, John R. Amend, and Thomas S. Kuntzleman

~ Michael A. Parkes, Thomas Chen, Billy Wu, Vladimir Yufit, and Gregory J. Offer

~ Sarah E. Shaner, Paul D. Hooker, Anne-Marie Nickel, Amanda R. Leichtfuss, Carissa S. Adams, Dionisia de la Cerda, Yuqi She, James B. Gerken, Ravi Pokhrel, Nicholas J. Ambrose, David Khaliqi, Shannon S. Stahl, and Jennifer D. Schuttlefield Christus

~ Jennifer M. Zemke and Justin Franz

Outreach and Public Understanding

~ Holly Walter Kerby, Brittland K. DeKorver, Joanne Cantor, Marcia J. Weiland, and Christopher L. Babiarz

~ Julie Donnelly, Carlos Diaz, and Florencio E. Hernandez

Teaching Organic Chemistry

Chemical Education Research ~ Nicholas E. Bodé and Alison B. Flynn (This article is available for free through the ACS Editors’ Choice program.)

Activities

~ Steven C. Farmer and Molly K. Schuman

~ Amelia M. Anderson-Wile

Laboratories

 ~ Manisha Nigam, Brittney Rush, Jay Patel, Raul Castillo, and Preeti Dhar

~ Timothy P. Curran, Amelia J. Mostovoy, Margaret E. Curran, and Clara Berger

~ Kyle T. Smith, Sherri C. Young, James W. DeBlasio, and Christian S. Hamann

Physical Chemistry

 ~ Marilu Dick-Perez, Cynthia J. Luxford, Theresa L. Windus, and Thomas Holme

~ Lisandro Hernández de la Peña

~ Jason D. Weibel

Exploring Biochemistry with Proteins

~ James P. Carolan and Kathleen V. Nolta

~ Johnathan C. Maza, Jordan K. Villa, Lisa M. Landino, and Douglas D. Young

~ Lisa T. Alty and Frederick J. LaRiviere

 ~ Bomina Park, Robert W. Holman, Tyler Slade, Margaret Murdock, Kenneth J. Rodnick, and Arthur L. M. Swislocki

Research Experiences in the Laboratory

~ Natalia E. Markina, Mikhail V. Pozharov, and Alexey V. Markin

~ Paulien Van fraeyenhoven, Natasja Glorie, Natalie Chiaverini, and Tom Mortier

~ Melissa A. Kerr and Fei Yan

~ Sarah J.R. Hansen, Jieling Zhu, Jessica M. Karch, Cristina M. Sorrento, Joseph C. Ulichny, and Laura J. Kaufman

Educational Resources

Commentary ~ Carmen J. Giunta

~ Malte Walkowiak and Andreas Nehring

Mining the Archives: Chemistry and Camp

Several articles in this issue discuss the appeal of teaching chemistry in a camp setting and there have been a number of posts on ChemEdX about camps, including by Dan Myers. Here are some more “camp” articles from past JCE issues:

~ Mindy Levine, Nicole Serio, Bhasker Radaram, Sauradip Chaudhuri, and William Talbert

~Joseph D. Houck, Natalie K. Machamer, and Karla A. Erickson


~ Linda Ahrenkiel and Martin Worm-Leonhard


~ Phillip M. Sheridan, Steven H. Szczepankiewicz, Christopher R. Mekelburg, and Kara M. Schwabel

~ Thomas S. Kuntzleman and Bruce W. Baldwin

JCE Contains Down-to-Earth Content

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