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African Journal of Chemical Education

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The African Journal of Chemical Education (AJCE) is a biannual online journal of the Federation of African Societies of Chemistry (FASC). The primary focus of the content of AJCE is chemistry education in Africa and other parts of the world. More specifically, papers on any aspect of Chemistry Education such as teaching organic, analytical, physical, inorganic, polymer, green, climate change, environmental chemistry and chemistry curricula as well as assessment in chemistry are acceptable for publications. AJCE also encourages issues on chemistry and indigenous knowledge/practice, chemical safety, natural products and related areas. AJCE aims to serve the community of Chemistry Educators and Chemistry Teachers.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.faschem.org/


Vol 6, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial: Chemical Concepts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Temechegn Engida 1
Development of a simple amino-modified silica-based colorimetric sensor for the detection of copper (II) ions in aqueous samples EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mosotho J. George, Motiki F. Beleme, Limpho V. Moiloa 2-15
Common difficulties experienced by grade 12 students in learning chemistry in Ebinat Preparatory School EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Kindu Tilahun, Mekonnen Tirfu 16-32
What are the molecules doing? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.D. Bradley 33-53
The symbolic language of substances and molecules: noise or harmony? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J.D. Bradley 54-68
Uses of systemic approach and chemist's triangle in teaching and learning chemistry: Systemic Chemistry Triangle [SCT] as a teaching & learning strategy EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A.F.M. Fahmy 69-95
Enhancing first year chemistry student’s participation in practical chemistry course EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Girma W. Woyessa, Ephrem G. Demissie, Tesfa Oluma, Solomon B. Kassa 96-109
Nigerian students’ self-confidence in responding to statements of chemical equilibrium concepts and principles EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Macson J. Ahiakwo 110-122
Factors affecting implementation of practical activities in science education in some selected secondary and preparatory schools of afar region EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tolessa Muleta, Mohammed Seid 123-142
Teaching ‘natural product chemistry’ in Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Malcolm S. Buchanan, Dominic P. Sumary 143-156


ISSN: 2227-5835
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