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The Pocket Scientist and Chemist Monthly QR Exclusive - October 2019

Thank you for ordering The Pocket Scientist or The Pocket Chemist and scanning the QR code to reach this page! This page is exclusively for holders of these cards and will have new content, freebies, resources and discounts every calendar month.

October Discount:

October is National Chemistry Month! That's not official and we just made it up but we're making it happen. For this month only, holders of The Pocket Chemist can get 10% off anything in our Gifts for Chemists and Chemistry Studentscollection. You can take this opportunity to treat yo'self or do some pre-Black Friday shopping for a special chemist in your life.

Use the code: CHEM102019 for 10% off our favorite chemistry-related gifts. This code is exclusive to you as a current card holder! This code expires at the end of October and can only be used once per customer.

This month's resource is for all the new owners of The Pocket Chemist!

Make sure to flip through this page on How to use The Pocket Chemist.

Also see our guide on using The Pocket Chemist to draw chair conformations, one of the trickiest parts about learning organic chemistry. 

Here are some of our favorite free websites to help you with your organic chemistry:

Khan Academy - A massive video course-based website to learn all types of things. This link will take you to their organic chemistry section. 

Organic Chem Explained - A blog website by chemist Mark Coster with small detailed posts and organized by sections so you can quickly find help on whatever you're struggling with. 

Master Organic Chemistry - A well-organized website with small modules for every topic. 

October News:

We're getting political. Our "Science 2020" campaign is launching this month! We want to put people into government office who believe in science and use data to make evidence-based policies. See the Science 2020 landing page for more details on how you can join the cause and make a difference!


Just for fun:

Save the polar bears!

polar bear chemistry joke