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How to diagnose and correct common misconceptions

Description

This article aims to help teachers diagnose and correct common misconceptions found in chemistry education. It was written by Keith Taber and is from the Royal Society of Chemistry magazine Education in Chemistry.  
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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Education in Chemistry app is available on iOSAndroid and in a web-reader version. The app is free to download and all issues of the magazine are free to download throughout 2015.

In addition to bimonthly issues, app readers will also have access to themed supplements on emerging topics in chemical education.

The app is currently available on iOS in the EU, US, Canada, Australia and South Africa. On Android it is available in the EU, Canada, Australia and South Africa. It will be available everywhere else later in 2016.