The Chemical Education Journal (CEJ), Vol. 9, No. 1 (Serial No. 16). The date of issue: April 12, 2006.
- [Graphic Page] "Chrysotile" by Takanobu OBA* (Joetsu University of Education)
- [Chemical Education] Monosaccharide Cycles: A Method to Determine the General Stereochemical Relationships of both D and L Monosaccharides. by Mo Hunsen* (Department of Chemistry, Kenyon College, Gambier)
- [Chemical Education] Demonstrations as a Tool for Ironing-Out Misconceptions: 2. Can a Strong Acid Be Displaced by a Weak One? by Vladimir M. Petruševski*, Milena Tasevska and Marina Monković (Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Sts. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia)
- [Chemical Education] Rationalizing the Number of Oxygen Atoms and Charge in Simple Oxoanions Utilizing Valence Electrons and Occupancies around Central Atoms by Mat B. Zakaria* (School of Chemical Sciences and Food Technology, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia )
- [Chemical Education] Metal-based Questionnaire by B. H. S. Thimmappa* (Manipal Institute of Technology, India)
- [Chemical Education] A New and Simple Method for the Specification of Absolute Configuration of Allenes, Spiranes, Alkylidenecycloalkanes, Helicenes and Other Organic Complex Systems by Noroozi-Pesyan Nader* (Faculty of Science, Urmia University, Iran)
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