The Pocket Scientist and Chemist Monthly QR Exclusive - February 2020
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This month's resources are helpful digital tools for chemists and chemistry students!
Did you see our new blog post on the automatic chemistry stoichiometry formatter plugin for Microsoft Word?
Also we found a chemistry terminology dictionary you can add to Word to keep it from thinking your technical words are misspelled!
We're launching our first original laboratory product! It was born from observing researchers in the local Raleigh-Durham area fumbling over Petri dishes filled with cells and media, often spilling it and propping it up onto hotplates and or random lab items. We think we've solved this problem with an affordable, sturdy and minimalist product!
Just for fun:
Could you annotate the Periodic Table using only the 1000 most common words in the English language? That's what this chemistry blogger did using the "Up Goer Five" writing tool. The premise is to explain complex science concepts using only the most basic words. Try to explain your major to a parent using only words accepted by this tool!
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