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This web seminar took place on September 15, 2015 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern time. Presenters were Erica K. Jacobsen, Chemical Education Consultant, and Analice Sowell, chair of the Science Department at Memphis University School.
Jacobsen and Sowell kicked off this web seminar by sharing a Kool-Aid Chromatography activity to announce the theme of National Chemistry Week 2015: “Chemistry Colors Our World.” The program continued with real-time classroom ideas on how to incorporate color into chemistry teaching, including infrared light, the visible light spectrum and flame testing. Information was also shared about the American Chemical Society’s “Celebrating Chemistry Magazine” and other chemistry related resources for teaching. Ideas ranged from using food for chromatography activities to metal complexes in solutions. All ideas are included in the collection. The web seminar concluded with a brief question and answer session regarding the activities presented.
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No start time and duration are shown in the description, unless I am overlooking it. Through some digging on other sites found it starts at 6:30 pm Eastern Time.