Color-changing compounds in the chemistry class

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Color-changing compounds in the chemistry class

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.

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

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

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

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