February 2016

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I’ve read the take-home lessons that you folks wrote out for me at the start of the Monday class. As I expected, they were very personal – each of you had your own private list of things worthy of being remembered.  Read the rest of this entry »

Student responses were excellent across the board. There was an interesting imbalance in the amount of chemical detail between the questions (tended to be low on detail) and the answers (considerably more detail). Work on the question side. When you insert experimental details and/or data into your question, you are giving your subject a much better idea what interests you and how they should respond.

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