1. Case Study Collection

    General Chemistry Problem-Based Cases. "The Global Warming Debate: A Case Study". Note: This case is done in the 3 rd or 4 th week of our first general chemistry course, and is done in order to provide an introduction to data analysis and scientific reasoning. The answer key and teaching notes are available upon request ( jack.eichler@ucr ...

  2. Exemplars and Case Studies

    Learning Objects. Exemplars and Case Studies. Exemplars are subject-specific examples that illustrate specific concepts. Case studies discuss the analyses of specific topics from multi-aspect perspectives.

  3. Teaching Chemistry With Case Studies

    Teaching Chemistry With Case Studies. Case studies have been a staple of undergraduate and graduate education programs like medicine, law, and business, for many years. They let learners engage with simulated real-world situations, making the content more meaningful and connected to their future careers. 1 As a valuable context-based learning ...

  4. The Case Study Method in Chemistry Teaching: A Systematic Review

    The Case Study (CS) method is a teaching methodology based on constructivism and centered on students, which actively develops their learning. Through the study of a case, which can be a real or fictional story based on everyday life, the student is asked to solve a dilemma and thus is expected to develop higher skills. Through this systematic review, it was possible to analyze the research ...

  5. ACS Institute

    Case studies in chemistry safety. The content and format of a case study can vary depending on several factors, including the purpose of the case study, the degree of analysis available at the time of the report, the derived lessons learned, and any recommendations.

  6. 12 Case Studies

    The case studies represent different users in contrasting decision contexts with diverse priorities. Case Study 1 was written from the perspective of a fictitious manufacturing company with limited expertise. Case Study 2 is intended to demonstrate how new types of data can be used by a company with sufficient scientific resources.

  7. Case study

    A case study is a detailed description and assessment of a specific situation in the real world, often for the purpose of deriving generalizations and other insights about the subject of the case study. Case studies can be about an individual, a group of people, an organization, or an event, and they are used in multiple fields, including business, health care, anthropology, political science ...

  8. case study

    case study. Introduction. Welcome to Case Study! The last segment of the Intensive General Chemistry Laboratory (CHEM C2507) course will be a Collaborative Learning (CL) exercise. This exercise will involve the performance of a variety of Case Studies by groups of three to four students. You will be evaluated based on your contribution as an ...

  9. Case Studies

    We study nutrition, we exercise, we seek new paradigms of knowledge and behavior. We choose to protect our environment and to honor the diversity within it while simultaneously taking advantage of the comforts of time and space brought to us by technology. Chemistry is an essential part of all of this.

  10. The Case Study Method in Chemistry Teaching: A Systematic Review

    The Case Study (CS) method is a teaching methodology based on constructivism and centered on students, which actively develops their learning. Through the study of a case, which can be a real or ...

  11. The case for data science in experimental chemistry: examples and

    Case study 5: theory for dynamics in chemistry The measurement of dynamics is an important case in point, wherein AI and ML techniques can help alleviate longstanding experimental problems.

  12. Case-based Learning

    With the opening of the new Sapp Center and availability of more robust active learning spaces, we look forward to introducing more group work on new case studies throughout the curriculum. For example this winter, in our new biochemistry course, Chem141, students (below) are learning about the underlying cause of sickle cell disease by using ...

  13. Case-based Learning in Chemistry

    Bronte Charette, Department of Chemistry. What is case-based learning? Case-based learning (CBL) is an instructional design model that stimulates active participation by relating course content to real-world examples. Indeed, business, law, and medical schools typically use this model. Cases are stories where students analyze and consider the solutions in relation to course content of these ...

  14. Prevent Waste

    Wikipedia says, "Environmental chemistry can be defined as the study of the sources, reactions, transport, effects, and fates of chemical species in the air, soil, and water environments." 24 Since all matter is chemical, we should be more specific and say that environmental chemistry is the study of synthetic or mined pollutants in the ...

  15. Case Study: Fuel Cells

    Fuel cells offer cleaner, quieter, and more efficient power production than conventional internal combustion engines. Fuel cells can use a variety of fuels, such as: natural gas, methanol, gasoline, and hydrogen. Fuel cells are becoming increasingly reliable, with some systems demonstrating very low degradation rates.

  16. What Is a Case, and What Is a Case Study?

    Résumé. Case study is a common methodology in the social sciences (management, psychology, science of education, political science, sociology). A lot of methodological papers have been dedicated to case study but, paradoxically, the question "what is a case?" has been less studied.

  17. 3.1: Case Study: Chemistry and Your Life

    This page titled 3.1: Case Study: Chemistry and Your Life is shared under a CK-12 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Suzanne Wakim & Mandeep Grewal via source content that was edited to the style and standards of the LibreTexts platform; a detailed edit history is available upon request. Joseph is a college student who has ...

  18. Case Studies

    Selected case studies illustrate how the Green Chemistry approach can be applied in different companies and how it contributes to reduce the consumption of hazardous chemicals and enhance their economic and environmental performance. Ionic liquids as potential green solvents for purification of manufacturing waste-water.

  19. Case Studies Chemistry

    Case Study. The Organic Chemistry of Drug Design in a Case of Schizophrenia. By Brahmadeo Dewprashad, Vishnu Tiwari. Case Study. Dystrophin Stability and Cardiomyopathy. By Richard J. Kwak, Joyce A. Horton, Zyan Davis, Kristy J. Wilson. Case Study. The Name's Bond, Chemical Bond.

  20. Study Finds CBD From Cannabis May Improve Autistic Quality Of Life

    In that study, quality of life improved in 95% of cases, and communication improved in 85% of cases. MORE FOR YOU A 3 Point Cheat Sheet For Creating Romantic Chemistry By A Psychologist

  21. Adsorptive Avidity of Prussian blue Polypyrrole Nanocomposite for

    Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. Adsorptive Avidity of Prussian blue Polypyrrole Nanocomposite for Elimination of Water Contaminants: a Case study of Malachite Green and Isoniazid ... a Case study of Malachite Green and Isoniazid T. Jan, S. Raheem, A. Hanif, G. Rydzek, G. M. Peerzada, K. Ariga, J ...

  22. Understanding Addiction: Brain Chemistry & Case Studies

    2 3-1 Short Paper: Addiction Case Studies I. Brain Chemistry Using drugs interferes with neurotransmitter signals sent, received, and processed by neurons (NIDA, 2020). A chemical structure of several drugs, including heroin and marijuana, can trigger neurotransmitter release in the brain (NIDA, 2020). This results in the drugs attaching to neurons and activating them.

  23. Case Study: Battery Types

    A dry-cell battery is a battery with a paste electrolyte (as opposed to a wet-cell battery with a liquid electrolyte) in the the middle of its cylinder and attached are metal electrodes. A dry-cell battery is a primary cell that cannot be reused. In order to function, each dry-cell battery has a cathode and an anode.

  24. How B2B Tech Can Catch Up To B2C: Obsessing Over The End Customer

    Shoe brand Zappos provides an excellent case study (subscription required) on this philosophy. In 2004, CEO Tony Hsieh identified customer service, specifically at the brand's call centers, as a ...

  25. PDF CV CWJohnson Master 2024

    Harvard University. 2016. Introductory Organic Chemistry Undergraduate students Molecular and Structural Biochemistry One 4-hr session per week for 15 wks. Northeastern Chemistry and Chemical Biology. 2-hr session per week for 15 wks. Northeastern Chemistry and Chemical Biology One 4-hr session per week for 15 wks. Harvard University, Chemistry.

  26. Case Study Research Method in Psychology

    Case studies are in-depth investigations of a person, group, event, or community. Typically, data is gathered from various sources using several methods (e.g., observations & interviews). The case study research method originated in clinical medicine (the case history, i.e., the patient's personal history). In psychology, case studies are ...

  27. PDF Prescribed Burning and Smoke Management Planning Tools

    Planning Tools - Flint Hills Case Study. The views expressed in this presentation are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the US EPA. Any mention of trade names, products, ... Coupling Flint Hills VELMA fuels w/ BlueSky smoke trajectory & chemistry model 6. Conclusions 7. VELMA-BlueSky transferability ...

  28. An Extreme Case Study in Jewish Infighting

    A Jewish man is stranded on an island for many years. The rescue team finally arrives, and they admire how he survived on his own for so long. They notice three makeshift buildings. "The first ...

  29. NOx Reduction in a Cement Kiln with Spent Pot Lining: A Reaction

    NOx emission from cement kilns is generally high due to the presence of fuel-bound nitrogen in the fuel (coal) and high temperatures in the combustion zone. To reduce the reliance on coal, spent pot lining (SPL, a carbon-rich waste from aluminum production plants) is cofired with coal in cement kilns. An unexpected advantage of this cofiring is the reduced NOx emission from the kiln, which is ...

  30. Case Study: Arsenic Analysis

    Processing the Sample: Back at the laboratory, the deer were dissected, and the kidneys were removed for analysis. The kidneys were chosen because the suspected pathogen (arsenic) is rapidly eliminated from an animal through its urinary tract. Each kidney was cut into pieces and homogenized in a high-speed blender.