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View Resource Oil and Petroleum Chemists Work In a High-Pressure Environment

The oil and petroleum business is a high-pressure, high-stakes field that offers a broad range of career opportunities for chemists. Because even small decisions can mean financial gains or losses...

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View Resource Physical Chemists Explore the Ways Things Work

When asked to describe physical chemistry, the renowned chemist Gilbert Newton Lewis is purported to have responded: ?Physical chemistry is everything that is interesting!? In fact, physical che...

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View Resource Polymer Chemistry Is About Optimizing Technology

A polymer is a chain of small molecules joined together in a repeating fashion to form a single layer molecule. Chemists develop polymers so they can be used to make ingredients for products with...

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View Resource Pulp and Paper Chemistry Is an Integrated Chemical Process

"Paper chemistry is an amazing process," says John Heitman, a professor of chemistry at North Carolina State University. "People use paper all the time, but they don't think about where it comes from...

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View Resource Educational Programs

The Houston Museum of Natural Science offers year-round educational opportunities for Teachers, Children & Families, Adults and Scouts to supplement the Museum?s permanent and special exhibitions. I...

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