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Teaching Mathematics to Chemistry Students with Symbolic ComputationJ. F. Ogilvie and M. B. Monagan The authors explain how the use of mathematical software improves the teaching and understanding of mathematics to and by chemistry students while greatly expanding their abilities to solve realistic chemical problems. Ogilvie, J. F.; Monagan, M. B. J. Chem. Educ.2007, 84, 889.

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Ernest Rutherford, Avogadro's Number, and Chemical KineticsI. A. Leenson The paper presents a way for students to use data from Rutherford's works (1908 - 1911) in order to determine one of the most precise values of Avogadro Constant available at the beginning of the century. Leenson, I. A. J. Chem. Educ.1998, 75, 998.

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Radioactivity in Everyday LifeS. G. Hutchison, F. I. Hutchison This paper discusses the terminology appropriate to radiation exposure and dose, the three sources of natural background radiation (cosmic radiation, cosmogenic radiation, and terrestrial radiation), and several radioactive isotopes that are significant contributors to the radiation exposure received by individuals. Hutchison, S. G.; Hutchison, F. I. J. Chem. Educ.1997, 74, 501.