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chem-lab / book


Chemistry, as a basic discipline, has a large gap in education due to differences in funding in practice. Schools in developed areas can support students to enter the laboratory for practical learning, but in relatively backward areas, students can't even see the reaction. This is detrimental for students to learn chemistry and develop interest in chemistry. Chem lab can help students understand how atoms constitute matter through the splicing of element cards, and using polarization of light allow students to intuitively learn the phenomenon of chemical reactions and makes the learning process fun.


Zhejiang University of Technology

Zhejiang University of Technology
Hangzhou, China

Lingyan Chen,
Zhejiang University of Technology

Qiong Wu,
Zhejiang University of Technology

Ji Wang,
Zhejiang University of Technology