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UNIT 2: QUANTITIES IN CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Chapter 5: Quantities in Chemical Equations
The American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Lab Technicians Web site. Scroll through this page to the desired topic. A link on Career Information can be found detailing the skills and job descriptions for Chemical Lab Technician
Career Handbook Page (208, #4 )
Search the Government of Canada's career handbook for information about jobs relating to science, technology, and chemical analysis.
5.2 Balancing Chemical Equations
Environment Canada Page (214, #11 )
Environment Canada Web site providing information on government policies and procedure for maintaining natural resource. Clicking on Related Resources will lead to a page with a variety of links to various organizations, NGO's and information sources.
Ministry of the Environment Page (214, #11 )
Ontario Ministry of the Environment page. Under the water section, policies for drinking water, watershed management, etc. are described. In addition, a link is provided for Other Environmental Sites.
International Fertilizer Industry Association Page (215, EAI )
International Fertilizer Industry Association. Search their archives and publications to find articles that deal with the environmental impacts of fertilizer. A good site to get detailed information.
Gardening with the Garden Helper Page (215, EAI )
The Garden Helper is a gardening Web site which discusses fertilizer components and their uses. It provides a good starting point for researching components of fertilizer. Further researching those components can help form an argument for the question.
5.3 Balancing Nuclear Equations
Antimatter and Positron Emission Tomography Page (221, #11 )
A Chemical Institute of Canada web page article on antimatter and positron emission tomography. Discusses what the cyclotron does. A good starting point for your paper.
Ebco Technologies Inc. Page (221, #11 )
Ebco Technologies has developed cyclotrons in partnership with TRIUMF. This commercial site discusses the industrial applications of cyclotrons.
S & T sites Page (222, #17 )
This Web site is provided by the Government of Canada and describes the programs of the Federal Partners in Technology Transfer. One of these is AECL. The site describes the contributions of AECL and its current operation
AECL of Canada Page (222, #17 )
Official site of AECL. Here you will find descriptions of products and services. Browse the site for the information you need.
How Nuclear Radiation Works Page (223, #8 )
From the How Stuff Works Web site this is the first page on a detailed description of nuclear radiation and its uses. Click the active links at the bottom of the page to find out more about Nuclear radiation in medicine.
Nuclear Medicine Page (223, #8 )
From the U.S. National Atomic Museum, this page details the history and development of nuclear medicine. The site includes biographies and contributions of the scientists involved organized in a time line.
5.6 The Yield of a Chemical Reaction
IDRC: Resources: Nayudamma Page (240, #8 )
The International Development Research Center has this page of explanations of the red dye extraction process from the cochineal insect. The page also discusses the role this dye hasplayed in the economy of Peru.
"This Little Red Bug is Important" Page (240, #8 )
The Chemical Institute of Canada has this page describing the production of carmine and the insect from which it comes.
Green Chemistry with Zeolite Catalysts Page (244, #4 )
Chemical Engineering Resources site providing a text description of green chemistry with zeolite catalysts. This site provides examples of current projects underway using green chemistry.
Green Chemistry Program Page (244, #4 )
This page explains the EPA's policies and current projects with green chemistry. You can also submit requests for further information on a particular project or topic.
What do Chemical Engineers do? Page (244, #5 )
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers Home Page. This site explains what chemical engineering as a career is all about. Links provide job descriptions as well as education information.
Yahoo Directory: Chemical Engineering Page (244, #5 )
Use this Yahoo directory as a start to your research on chemical engineering. This directory includes links to schools with chemical engineering programs, links about careers, and chemical enginering organizations.
5.7 Chemistry in Technology
Ionic Product & Solubility Product Page (250, #13 )
A University of Newcastle upon Tyne Web site discussing solubility calculations. It provides examples of sample calculations and show how they relate to practical things like dentistry.