As today marks the past halfway point of this year’s Chemistry Advent Calendar, it seemed like a good point to post a reminder of its existence in case it had slipped under anyone’s radar. You’ll have noticed that other new posts have taken a back seat, as the graphics for the calendar have monopolised the time that I haven’t been spending doing marking for my classes!

So far in the calendar, we’ve covered a whole range of topics, including orange peel flamethrowers, poisonous festive berries, the smell of christmas trees, and more. Remember you can keep up with the calendar here, and you can also download PDFs of each of the individual graphics for printing on their pages, whether you’re a teacher and want to display them in your classroom, or if you just want to have printed copies!

As the school term runs down here, I will have the time to post some other posts in addition to the advent calendar as the end of the year approaches, so if subscribers have been missing the more regular posts in their inboxes, rest assured more will soon be on their way.


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