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African Journal of Chemical Education - Vol 7, No 1 (2017)

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Articles

ACRICE-3 is coming EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Temechegn Engida 1-1
Hybrid orbitals notation: Some misconceptions in an undergraduate basic chemistry course EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Robson Fernandes de Farias 2-8
Hybridization and molecular geometry: A number game EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lokendra Kumar Ojha 9-16
Practices and challenges of implementing locally available equipment for teaching chemistry in primary schools of north Shewa zone in Amhara region EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Demisachew Shitaw 17-30
Contextualization and interdisciplinarity in chemistry teaching in Brazil: After two decades, everybody knows but nobody understands EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Hoziam H.X. Rocha, Deyse de S. Dantas, Robson Fernandes de Fariasa 31-36
Untangling chemical kinetics through tangible and visual representation of matter EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.G. Kerstiensa, D. C. Sisniegab, A. Gomeza, B.M. Gunna, J.E. Becvara, M. Narayana 37-45
Evaluating the impact and potential of the chemical sciences in catalysing the economic development through potential chemical entrepreneurship in Lesotho EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Mosotho J. George, Thembi Setubatuba 46-62
Class attendance and academic performance of second year university students in an organic chemistry course EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olufunmilayo D. Ayodele 63-75
The need for a “bologna declaration” pronouncement for Africa’s chemistry programs at tertiary levels EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Fikru Tafesse, Malose J. Mphahlele 76-91
Comparative assessment of university chemistry undergraduate curricula in south-western Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Modupe M. Osokoya, Isaac S. Fapuro, H. Oluwatola Omoregie 92-111
Incidence of biogenic amines in foods implications for the Gambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Oladele Oyelakin, Anthony Adjivon 112-116


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