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content material: PREFACE ; 1. DISCOVERY-BASED LABS FOR natural CHEMISTRY: evaluation AND EFFECTIVENESS ; NORMA DUNLAP AND LEAH J. MARTIN ; 2. A DECADE OF UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH-INSPIRED natural LABORATORY ; RENEWAL ; ANDREW P. DICKS ; three. FLUOROPHORES, FLUORESCENT POLYMERS, and effort move IN AN ; UNDERGRADUATE LABORATORY surroundings ; MINDY LEVINE AND PATRICK MARKS ; four. INTRODUCING medical WRITING IN A moment SEMESTER natural CHEMISTRY ; LABORATORY direction ; ALLISON A. SCHMITT AND JAMES A. PARISE ; five. attractive the hundreds: ENCOURAGING ALL scholars TO "BUY INTO" THE natural ; CHEMISTRY "PROGRAM" ; N. E. SCHORE ; 6. USE OF NEURAL SCAFFOLDING to enhance COMPREHENSION OF natural ; CHEMISTRY IN A SUPPLEMENTAL guide environment ; CONNIE GABEL, DUSTIN POLITICA, AND ROSEMARIE WALKER ; 7. what is wrong WITH CARBONYL CHEMISTRY? ; SCOTT T. convenient ; eight. PREDICTABILITY OF natural CHEMISTRY scholars' ultimate direction GRADES utilizing ; FOUR-WEEK AVERAGES ; J. T. WASACZ, ok. A. O. PACHECO, AND J. O. SCHRECK ; nine. old EXAMPLES built-in INTO THE natural CHEMISTRY CURRICULUM ; KEVIN M. BUCHOLTZ ; 10. mixing natural AND normal CHEMISTRY: A UNIFIED AND HOLISTIC ; CURRICULUM REFORM attempt ; DAVID P. CARTRETTE AND MATTHEW L. MILLER ; eleven. REVAMPING A moment SEMESTER natural direction to satisfy the hot ACS ; BIOCHEMISTRY specifications ; JETTY DUFFY-MATZNER AND JARED R. MAYS ; 12. allowing twenty first CENTURY scholar luck IN UNDERGRADUATE natural ; CHEMISTRY ; DAVID P. PURSELL, JOSEPH C. SLOOP, RICHARD L. PENNINGTON, JULIA B. PAREDES, ; MAI YIN TSOI, AND SONAL DEKHANE ; thirteen. utilizing brief video clips TO complement LECTURES ON response MECHANISMS, ; natural SPECTROSCOPY, AND POLYMER CHEMISTRY ; ARNO KRAFT, EMMA S. RANKIN, AND VALERIA ARRIGHI ; 14. PODCASTING IN natural CHEMISTRY ; MICHAEL D. MOSHER ; EDITORS' BIOGRAPHIES ; INDEXES ; writer INDEX ; topic INDEX

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