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cpd for teachers CPD for teachers The Royal Society of Chemistry can support you throughout your teaching career with Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses.
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Education in Chemistry

Content, tools, resources, and best practice for teachers of chemistry, from Education in Chemistry magazine. EiC was 50 years old in 2013.

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Talk Chemistry

Forum for those teaching the chemical sciences. Here you can share resources, tips, and discuss anything which may be of interest.

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a future in chemistry A Future in Chemistry Our careers site will give you what you need to make informed choices and feel confident about your future.          

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See where chemistry could take you with real-life job profiles.

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the mole magazine The Mole magazine Cutting-edge chemistry for students aged 14-18.
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Gridlocks: can you unlock the grid?

16 interactive and 26 printable games, with a walkthrough. Match boxes to their corresponding values or chemicals to complete the grid. Complete grids for a variety of chemistry topics, such as units of volume, state symbols and many more.

If you would like to receive the answers to any of the PDF puzzles, please email learn-chemistry@rsc.org.

Written by Tim Jolliff, a previous RSC School Teacher Fellow.

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learn chemistry for highe... Learn Chemistry for higher education

Learn Chemistry for higher education has information, resources and links for learning and teaching chemistry at university. 
 

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University Teaching Fellow Network

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Chemistry World has news, features, podcasts and job advertisements, and is the best way to keep up to date with the global chemical sciences community.

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MyRSC Update: Re: Tollens and Glucose

This email is no longer active. My new work email is g.r.lloyd@bham.ac.uk For Biophotonics please contact catherine.kendall1@nhs.net

Re: Tollens and Glucose

Sugars like glucose are shown in books as ring structures, however, they are actaully an equilbrium mixture of the ring and a chain, albeit the position I belive is more towards the ring. The ring has an aldehyde group on one end and an alcohol group on the other, which enables ring closure to form what used to be called a hemiacetal.  I assume that the aldehydr does the reduction, and removal of it shifts the equilibrium to allow further reaction.