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The “same” Challenge 2.0

The “same” Challenge 2.0* Over spring break, I read an excellent book entitled “Why School?” It further convinced me of the value of dedicating more time to our goal of student-directed projects: what we have been calling “problem finding” as

Posted in Advanced Chemistry, Multivariable Calculus

Justification of equilibrium rate constant form

In this video, I explain why the rate constant expressions for every chemical equilibrium can be written by (naively) assuming that the forward and reverse reactions are elementary reactions.

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Posted in Advanced Chemistry

The Hidden Reality

Brian Greene’s The Hidden Reality The Hidden Reality is an excellent book for anyone. It is by no means a prerequisite that you must have taken a college-level physics course, and if you have ever wondered about the physical basis

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Posted in Advanced Chemistry, Brian Greene, Multiverse, Robert Nozick