Celebrating National Chemistry Week 2015: Chemistry Colors Our World
The October 2015 issue of the Journal of Chemical Education is now available online to subscribers. National Chemistry Week, a community-based annual event uniting ACS local sections, businesses, schools, and individuals in communicating the value of chemistry in our everyday life, is being celebrated October 18–24, 2015 with the theme “Chemistry Colors Our World”. Articles in this issue can help you make the most of this annual celebration.
In this Activity, students use an oatmeal canister to make a pinhole camera, load it with black and white photographic paper,
In this Activity, students prepare cyanotype paper and use it to "photograph" different items using sunlight.
Hydrogen and chlorine gases can be mixed together without reacting, but when the mixture is struck with bright light, it reacts explosively.