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View Resource Environmental Chemists Are Concerned With Environmental Impact

What happens to the chemicals in an industrial cleaner after you pour it into the sink? When you see black smoke pouring out of the chimney at an industrial complex, what impact is it having on the...

http://portal.acs.org/preview/appmanager/corg/memberapp?_nfp...
View Resource International Year of Chemistry

Through the Year, the world will celebrate the art and science of chemistry, and its essential contributions to knowledge, to environmental protection, to improvement of health, and to economic...

http://www.chemistry2011.org/
View Resource Environmental Fate Data Base

SRC (Syracuse Reasearch Corporation) provides a searchable database on what happens to specific chemicals in the environment.

http://www.syrres.com/esc/efdb.htm
View Resource Acid Deposition Sampling

The student will perform lab/field tests to determine the level of contaminants in a water sample.

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Acid-Deposition-Sampling-...
View Resource EnviroInfo: Environmental Information Sources

Hosted by Universidade do Minho (Portugal), this site provides links to internet resources concerning a large variety of environmental subjects including health & safety, business, law, and...

http://www.deb.uminho.pt/fontes/enviroinfo/
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