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View Resource Teachers' Domain

Teachers' Domain is an extensive library of free digital media resources produced by public television, designed for classroom use and professional development.

http://www.teachersdomain.org/
View Resource Food and Flavor Chemists Take Chemistry from the Farm to the Plate

Food chemistry focuses on the chemistry of foods, their deterioration, and the principles underlying the improvement of foods for consumers. It applies chemistry to developing, processing, packaging,...

http://www.careercornerstone.org/pdf/chemistry/careerbriefs/...
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 High-Performance PV Project

The High-Performance Photovoltaics Project (HiPerf PV Project) aims to explore the ultimate performance of PV technologies and to approximately double their sunlight-to-electricity conversion...

http://www.nrel.gov/pv/highperformancepv/
View Resource Community-Based Air Toxics Projects: Glossary

List of terms relating to toxins in the air.

http://www.epa.gov/air/toxicair/community/glossary.html
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