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ADRIAN

Read about Adrian as an Educator of over thirty years, as a Chemistry Tutor with a resume of helping hundreds of private clients over three decades, and as an Author and Writer with an extensive portfolio of work

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Here’s the chronological listing (newest first) of all the posts since THE BLOG’S inception in 2006 to the present

The literal application of a pnictogen

EDIT 01/26/24: Yesterday, the state of Alabama completed the execution of Kenneth Smith via nitrogen hypoxia. What do China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the USA and Iraq have in common? They all...

No Special K – treating the six Ks as one

The annual student struggle with acid-base chemistry usually revolves around questions that deal with weak acids and bases. If you pause to think about that for a moment, the difficulties are...

State Symbols and the AP Exam

A  common post in the AP Chemistry Teacher Facebook group goes something like, "Are state symbols required in chemical equations?" There's a temptation to answer question with a blanket, "no", since...

Fever Trees
and Quinine

I love writing about chemistry, more than anything I’ve ever done professionally. In part that’s because I learn stupid stuff, an example of which occurred again yesterday. I was writing a larger...

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