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EXPlainistry : Creating Documentation, Explanations, and Animated Visualizations of Chemistry Experiments Supported by Information and Communication Technology To Help School Students Understand Molecular-Level Interactions

EXPlainistry : Creating Documentation, Explanations, and Animated Visualizations of Chemistry Experiments Supported by Information and Communication Technology To Help School Students Understand Molecular-Level Interactions

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SEIBERT, Johann, Christopher W. M. KAY, Johannes HUWER, 2019. EXPlainistry : Creating Documentation, Explanations, and Animated Visualizations of Chemistry Experiments Supported by Information and Communication Technology To Help School Students Understand Molecular-Level Interactions. In: Journal of Chemical Education. American Chemical Society (ACS). 96(11), pp. 2503-2509. ISSN 0021-9584. eISSN 1938-1328. Available under: doi: 10.1021/acs.jchemed.8b00819

@article{Seibert2019EXPla-51674, title={EXPlainistry : Creating Documentation, Explanations, and Animated Visualizations of Chemistry Experiments Supported by Information and Communication Technology To Help School Students Understand Molecular-Level Interactions}, year={2019}, doi={10.1021/acs.jchemed.8b00819}, number={11}, volume={96}, issn={0021-9584}, journal={Journal of Chemical Education}, pages={2503--2509}, author={Seibert, Johann and Kay, Christopher W. M. and Huwer, Johannes} }

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