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Introduction and Background
The Brazosport American Chemical (ACS) Local Section is hosting a crystal growing contest as part of the celebration of thehttps://www.iypt2019.org/" target="_blank"> International Year of the Periodic Table and to celebrate out Brazoria County Chemistry and Science Classrooms! This local level competition is a great hands on STEM experience to learn more about crystals and crystallization. During this competition, we ask all school students to grow aluminum potassium sulfate ('alum') crystals. Within this guide, there are suggestions and tips on how to grow your crystal. The judges will consider crystal size and quality.
This year, the Brazosport ACS is providing, free of charge, to the first 150 classrooms who sign up on a first come first served basis. The starter kits contain the starting material to make the crystal and some of the supplies to jump start this competition.
Please sign up at this link by January 15th to receive your kit:
ACS will contact teachers directly and kits will be distributed between Jan 15th and Jan 31st to area schools. The launch of the competition will be Feb 1st. Crystals must be sent and received by the ACS before April 5th.
Students and teachers win cash prizes for their school and will receive individual certificates for the Local Brazoria prizes:
Who can participate?
Should you have questions don't hesitate to contact any of the coordinators.
Please visit out https://brazosport.sites.acs.org/newslettersdocuments.htm" target="_blank">Documents page for more information
We look forward to receiving your crystals!!!
|Posted on June 21, 2011 at 9:43 AM||comments (0)|
Tune in to Jeopardy tonight! Tonight's show will feature questions related to chemistry in celebration of IYC!
Tune in to your local station and watch!
|Posted on June 18, 2011 at 8:00 AM||comments (0)|
Join in on the Summer Fun at the Lake Jackson Historical Museum!
We will have chemistry demonstrations that incorporate everyday items and everyday chemistry to highlight the science that surrounds us. Also included in the day of demonstraations will be producs made in the local chemical industry that imact our daily lives.
Don't miss out on this exciting day of discovery!
|Posted on June 8, 2011 at 9:06 AM||comments (0)|
"Join 60 leading thinkers as they explore the future of water for our world today. Covering global systems and specific "megatrends," featuring personal stories from the frontlines as well as reflections on the human dimension of water, The Future of Water will examine how different fields, sectors, and stakeholders can meet the challenge of supplying a growing global population with clean and sustainable water."