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Sub Image2:Macro to Micro Structures
1) Atoms and Molecules2) Macro to Micro Structures 3) Energetics and Dynamics 4) Theory and Practice in Chemical Systems 5) Chemical Design
6) The Chemistry of Life7) Chemistry and the Environment8) Chemistry at the Interface

Unit 5.3 What’s in Things?
Students experiment with separating the components of soft drinks, which they know from everyday life. Through this they learn about mixture separation and chemical processes.
Video program cues: 15:20 — 29:40

Cherry-Coke distillation laboratory

Al DeGennaro teaches about separation methods using household solutions.



Stanitski, C. (1999)' Molecules at an Exhibition: Portraits of Intriguing Molecules in Everyday Life (by John Emsley), 'Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 76, No. 8, pp: 1065-1066.

Rohrig, B. (2000)' Fizzy Drinks: Stoichiometry You Can Taste, 'Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 77, No. 12, pp: 1608A-1608B.

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