Some books I have co-authored:
I have placed all of the files for Honors Chem (or most of them anyhow and I'll try to get
any I missed) on the website mediafire. You can click here
to see them. They are organized by groups and are mostly in chronological order. I posted
files for PJAS, The PowerPoint notes for the class, The Labs for the class and a smattering
of other items (how to get a letter of recommendation from me, the element-a-day notes,
etc.). The files are also below, but this gives you another place to get them. I'll try to use
both but lately it has been difficult to add files to my googlepage so this may be what I
MediaFire and see how it goes. Of course, the files are also on the main webpage.
And slide rules
and things I have published on slide rules (there's more if you really are interested)
Here is info on some books I think everyone should read.
Hey- My students have been putting some videos of demos up on youtube:
1) Here is my video of the "floating bowling ball" (thanks Jared K!)
2) Here is my video of "alkali metals in water" (thanks Brianna S!)
3) Here is my video of "oxidizing glucose with potassium chlorate "(thanks Emily S!)
All sorts of interesting stuff related to chemistry, slide rules and who knows what else!
Need to know what's going on in the world and why? All you need are Dilbert and Doonesbury . They'll pretty much explain all the decision making processes going on, either in Washington or where you work.
If you missed the element or molecules of the day look at
the attachments below. The first half is for hydrogen
through strontium and the second half for everything else. It
might be easier to get the notes from a classmate but this
gives you another option.