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The Comic Book Periodic Table of the Elements

The Comic Book Periodic Table of the Elements

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Chapter 4: The Periodic Table & Bonding Skip Navigation Middle School Chemistry big ideas about the very small Lessons Materials Vist the materials page to see exactly which materials you'll need to complete the lessons in Chapter 4. Quarks and Quirks DONE!( Almost.) Aside from some of the labs near the end of the course and a “living books” assignment yet to be wiggled into the schedule, this syllabus is complete. If you want to follow us in real-time, visit us at Let’s Not Burn Down the House. The pace may not match the pace here perfectly, as real life rarely imitates even the best-planned syllabus, but we try. All labs should be here soon.

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