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View Resource Chemical Information Specialists Manage Technical Information

Chemical information specialists manage technical information as an occupation. With the exponential increase in the number of scientific journals, papers, and patents published today, the management...

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View Resource Chemical Engineering Takes Chemistry Out Of the Lab and Into the World

Chemical engineers apply the principles of chemistry, math, and physics to the design and operation of large-scale chemical manufacturing processes. They translate processes developed in the lab into...

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View Resource Chemical Educators Have a Challenging and Rewarding Job

Chemical educators at every level from middle schools to colleges and universities emphasize that, contrary to the widespread misconception, teaching is not a cushy job. It often requires hard work...

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View Resource Catalytic Chemistry Makes Things Happen

A catalyst makes a reaction happen. In a process known as catalysis, a relatively small amount of foreign material, called a catalyst, augments the rate of a chemical reaction without being consumed...

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View Resource USGS Publications Useful for Education and Training in Ground-water Hydrology

Resources listed include reports, videotapes, and self-study manuals.

http://water.usgs.gov/ogw/pubs/resources_external.pdf
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