Color-changing compounds in the chemistry class

Chemistry+students+in+Mrs.+Nena+Tippens%27s+class+practice+using+their+lab+safety+skills+while+they+identified+the+color-changing+chlorine+compounds.+Previous+to+this%2C+the+students+quizzed+on+polyatomic+ions.+Chemistry+remains+one+of+the+most+difficult+classes+a+sophomore+can+take%2C+but+the+young+scientists+appeared+to+perform+well+on+both+evaluations.+

Jenny Loveland

Chemistry students in Mrs. Nena Tippens's class practice using their lab safety skills while they identified the color-changing chlorine compounds. Previous to this, the students quizzed on polyatomic ions. Chemistry remains one of the most difficult classes a sophomore can take, but the young scientists appeared to perform well on both evaluations.

Jenny Loveland, Staff