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freche
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Hi, I'm a physics and chemistry teacher. Next year, I'll have to teach physics and chemistry in english (pupils are 13-14 years old). I'm looking for information in english about environemental problems (some experiments, some texts...), so I register in several english, canadian or american forums
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freche wrote:Hi, I'm a physics and chemistry teacher. Next year, I'll have to teach physics and chemistry in english (pupils are 13-14 years old). I'm looking for information in english about environemental problems (some experiments, some texts...), so I register in several english, canadian or american forums
Hi,
For enviromental problems I would look for something like that:
chemistry environmental problems
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thanks, I do it asap
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maybe the following web is suitable for you . http://chemzone.32o.cn

just registered and you can find the property of the chemical.
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Welcome!
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