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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 9, No 2 (2019)

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Articles

Editorial: Chemistry and traditional technology/knowledge EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Temechegn Engida 1-3
Using molecular modelling to study bond dissociation energy: Methane as a study case EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robson Fernandes de Farias 4-7
Designing and conducting an open-ended experiment as an organic chemistry laboratory practical EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Cheng-jun Jiang, Gui-lin Cheng 8-19
Preparation and use of Acanthus sennii chiovenda flower extract as a green substitute for synthetic acid-base indicators EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Habitamu Baye, Sintayehu Leshe 20-40
A statistical approach to understanding the role of reaction conditions in biodiesel production EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Femi F. Oloye, Afolabi Owoloye, Isaac A. Ololade, A. Olonisakina, Victor O. Olumekun 41-49
A study of performance in chemistry among lower secondary government schools in Zanzibar EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ochieng O. Anthony, Hemed M. Shaban, Sebtuu M. Nassor 50-69
Motivation and attitude towards learning chemistry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Melaku Masresha Woldeamanuel, Gizaw G/Selassie 70-88
Ionic compounds: Reactions and presentation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Giyamu G. Gilagu 89-99
Chemical kinetics: A discipline and a mechanistic tool EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A. Busari, S.O. Idris, A.D. Onu, I. Abdulkadir 100-112
Exploring in-service teachers anxiety towards chemistry EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Woldie Belachew 113-125
A look into how first year chemistry students at the University of Botswana use their prescribed textbook EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Moses Tlhabologo Kabomo 126-142


ISSN: 2227-5835
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