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|Title:||Detection and separation of pigments in flower petals: a new and sustainable chromatographic approach|
Costa, Paula A.
|Abstract(s):||[Excerto] The decrease of the demand for Chemistry courses has been encouraging joined efforts of Schools, University and Chemical Technology for the development of more effective pedagogical tools to improve young students motivation in the study of this science. Science experiments play a crucial role in the teaching/learning process because it develops the curiosity, the critical sense and it generates a great enthusiasm in the student through the discovery by doing himself. The use of high impact experimental activities demonstrating that chemistry is present in everything around us is definitely the key to the success in the Chemistry Education and may influence students to choose Chemistry for a future career. [...]|
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