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Chemistry, An Experimental Science (1963):

Laboratory Manual for Chemistry, An Experimental Science (1963):

Teachers Guide for Chemistry, An Experimental Science (1963):

Teacher's guide to the CHEM Study Chemistry films (1964):

A Programmed Sequence on Exponential Notation (1962):

A Programmed Sequence on the Slide Rule (1962):

The CHEM Study story (1969):



Nov. 1960, vol. 1, no. 1

Feb. 1961, vol. 1, no. 2

May 1961, vol. 1, no. 3

Aug. 1961, vol. 1, no. 4

Dec. 1961, vol. 2, no. 1

Mar. 1962, vol. 2, no. 2

Oct. 1962, vol. 2, no. 3

Jan. 1963, vol. 3, no. 1

May 1963, vol. 3, no. 2

Feb. 1964, vol. 4, no. 1

May 1964, vol. 4, no. 2

Feb. 1965, vol. 5, no. 1

Feb. 1966, vol. 6, no. 1

May 1967, vol. 7, no. 1

Film Transcripts: CHEM Study Chemistry Films:

Open-Book Achievement Examination (Series 1963-64 and Series 1964-65):


Gases and How They Combine (#4103):

Chemical Families:

Introduction to Reaction Kinetics:


Electrochemical Cells:

Crystals and Their Structures:

Chemical Bonding:


Gases and How They Combine (#4103): Ward's

Gas Pressure & Molecular Collisions (1962):

Electric Interactions in Chemistry:

Chemical Families: Ward's

Molecular Motions (1963):

Vibration of Molecules (1959):

Introduction to Reaction Kinetics: Ward's

Equilibrium: Ward's


Acid-Base Indicators:

Electrochemical Cells: Ward's

Nitric Acid (1962):

Crystals and Their Structures: Ward's

Molecular Spectroscopy (1962):

The Hydrogen Atom -- As Viewed by Quantum Mechanics (standard version) (1963):

The Hydrogen Atom -- As Viewed by Quantum Mechanics (advanced version) (1963):

Ionization Energy (1962):

Shapes and Polarities of Molecules (1963):

Chemical Bonding: Ward's

A Research Problem: Inert (?) Gas Compounds (1964):

Synthesis of an Organic Compound (1962):

Mechanism of an Organic Reaction (1962):

Bromine -- Element from the Sea (1963):

Vanadium -- A Transition Element (1962):

High Temperature Research (1963):

Transuranium Elements (1963):

Biochemistry and Molecular Structure (1964):


Acid-Base Interactions (1989):


Electric Interactions in Chemistry:

Gas Pressure & Molecular Collisions (1989):

High Temperature Research:

Ionization Energy (1989):

Mechanism of an Organic Reaction (1989):

Molecular Motions (1989):

Molecular Spectroscopy (1989):

Molecular Structure and Health:

Nitric Acid (1962???):

Shapes and Polarities of Molecules (1989):

Synthesis of an Organic Compound (1989):

The Hydrogen Atom - As Viewed by Quantum Mechanics (1989):

Vanadium - A Transition Element (1989):

Rates of Chemical Reaction:


Lesson 1—Teacher Training Introduction to "Gases and How They Combine":

Lesson 2--Teacher Training Introduction to "Chemical Families":

Lesson 3— Teacher Training Introduction to "Reaction Kinetics":

Lesson 4— Teacher Training Introduction to "Catalysis":

Lesson 5— Teacher Training Introduction to "Equilibrium":

Lesson 6-- Teacher Training Introduction to "Electrochemical Cells":

Lesson 7— Teacher Training Introduction to "The Hydrogen Atom —As Viewed by Quantum Mechanics":

Lesson 8-- Pimentel Discusses the Hydrogen Atom:

Lesson 9-- A Panel Feedback Session (Midway in Course):

Lesson 10— Teacher Training Introduction to "Ionization Energy":

Lesson 11-- Teacher Training Introduction to "Chemical Bonding":

Lesson 12-- Pimentel Discusses Chemical Bonding:

Lesson 13-- Teacher Training Introduction to "Crystals and Their Structures":

Lesson 14— Teacher Training Introduction to "Vanadium— A Transition Element":

Lesson 15— Teacher Training Introduction to "Mechanism of an Organic Reaction":

Lesson 16— Teacher Training Introduction to "Biochemistry and Molecular Structure":

Lesson 17-- A Discussion Among Teachers and the CHEM Study Staff -- Concluding Panel Session:

Lesson 18—A Panel Feedback Session:


Mars: Chemistry Looks for Life (1978):

Discussion of "Wondering About Things":

CHEM Study Newsreel:


"Chemical Education Material Study" J. Arthur Campbell Science Education News, Sept. 1960, p. 4.

"CHEM Study", J. Arthur Campbell and Saul Geffner Science Teachers World, Sept. 28, 1960, p. 6-T.

"New Currents in Chemical Education", Glenn T. Seaborg Chemical and Engineering News, Oct. 17, 1960, p. 97.

"American Chemical Society Dedicates New Building" Quotations from Dr. Seaborg's Dedication Address Chemistry, Nov. 1960, p. 8.

"A New Course in High School Chemistry" J. Arthur Campbell Education Summary, Nov. 27, 1960, p. 5.

"Schools Reorient Courses Around 3R's" Chemical and Engineering News, Jan. 2 1961, p. 39.

"The Chemical Education Material Study", J. Arthur Campbell Journal of Chemical Education, Jan. 1961, p. 2.

"The CHEM Study", Chemistry, Jan. 1961, pp. 1-12.

"CHEM Study Readies for Expanded Trials" Chemical and Engineering News, April 17, 1961, p. 48.

"Report on CHEM Study Program", Lawrence D. Lynch Science Teachers World, Sept. 27, 1961, p. 3-T.

"CHEM Evaluation 1960-61" Chemistry, Oct. 1961, pp. 15-17.

"Chemical Education Material Study" J. Arthur Campbell Science Education News, Dec. 1961, p. 5.

"CHEM Study in Action", Richard J. Merrill Journal of Secondary Education (California), Feb. 1962, p. 69.

"Chemistry—An Experimental Science", J. Arthur Campbell School Review, Spring 1962, pp. 51-62.

"The New High School Chemistry Curricula", W. G. Kessel The Teachers College Journal (Indiana State College), March 1962, pp. 11 9-1 22.

"Project for Curriculum Improvement", David W. Ridgway Educational Screen and Audiovisual Guide, Dec. 1962, pp. 715-717.

"CHEM Study—A Fresh Approach to High School Chemistry", Richard J. Merrill Journal of Medical Education, Jan. 1963, pp. 35-37.

"The CHEM Study Course—An Objective Appraisal", Herbert Bassow Science and Math Weekly, Jan. 1963, pp. 1-3.

"The Role of Laboratory Experiences in the CHEM Study Program", Kenneth V. Fast School Science and Mathematics, Feb. 1963, pp. 147-156.

"Chemical Education Material Study", Catholic School Journal, March 1963, p. 3. "CHEM Study—New Films" Chemistry, April 1963, pp. 39-43.

"CHEM Study—A Progress Report", Carl W. Clader School Science and Mathematics, May 1963, pp. 377-378.

"Young Wondering Minds in Chemistry Class", A. B. Van Cleave C. /. L. Oval (Montreal), Spring 1963, pp. 15-17.

"The New Science Curriculums: How to Get Your District Ready", Rudolph Janu School Management, June 1963, pp. 58-69.

"Greetings from C.B.A. and CHEM Study", G. C. Pimentel and L. E. Strong Chemistry, Jan. 1964, pp. 24-25.

"The New Look in the Teaching of Chemistry—The CHEM Study Course", B. D. Mullins Spectrum (Pretoria, S.A.), March 1964, pp. 5-8.

"A Comparison of the CHEM Study Curriculum and a Conventional Approach in Teaching High School Chemistry", R. G. Rainey School Science and Mathematics, June 1964, pp. 539-544.

"Curriculum Studies —Ground Swells and How They Grow" Science Teachers World, Sept. 30, 1964, p. 6-T.

"The New Science Curriculums —A Sharp Dissent" School Management Magazine, Nov. 1964, pp. 75-86.

"El CHEM Study en Montevideo" Comentario, April 1965, pp. 6-8.

"Nouvelle Methode dynamique pour l'enseignement de la chimie", Normand Dufort Prospectives, April 1965, pp. 26-28.

"High School: Work Done and Work Ahead—Chemistry" Science Education News, May 1965, pp. 3-4.

"On Teaching High School Chemistry", P. G. Ashmore Science, June 4, 1965, pp. 1312-1314.

"Programmed Texts" Science Education News, July 1965, pp. 2-3.

"C.B.A. and CHEM Study: An Appreciation", J. S. F. Pode Journal of Chemical Education, Feb. 1966, p. 98.

"CHEM Study—An Editorial" Chemistry and Industry (London), January 16, 1965, p. 99.

"Test Achievements of Chemistry Students", Earl L. Pye and Kenneth Anderson The Science Teacher, Feb. 1967, pp. 30-32.

"The Success Story of CHEM Study", David W. Ridgway Educational Screen and Audiovisual Guide, Oct. 1967, pp. 23-25.

REFERENCES IN BOOKS "The Chemical Education Material Study" C.C.S.S.O. Purchase Guide, New York: Ginn, 1965, pp. 297-300.

"Chemical Education Material Study" Second Report of the Information Clearing House on New Science and Mathematics Curricula College Park, Maryland : Science Teaching Center, University of Maryland 1965, pp. 14-16.

"Chemical Education Material Study" Science Course Improvement Projects, Washington, D.C.: National Science Foundation, 1964, p. 23.

"The Chemical Education Material Study", D. M. Fraser Current Curriculum Studies in Academic Subjects Washington, D.C.: National Education Assoc, 1962, pp. 14-15.

"New Developments in High School Chemistry", Robert E. Henze, Editor The New School Science, Washington, D.C.: AAAS, 1963, Chap. 4, pp. 39-50.

"Chemistry", J. I. Goodlad School Curriculum Reform in the United States New York: The Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1964, pp. 28-34.

"Chemistry", Gene A Maguren, Editor Science—A Source Book on Recent Curriculum Improvement Projects West Virginia: Department of Education, 1965, Chap. 3, pp. 59-77.

"CHEM Study—An Approach to Chemistry Based on Experiments", J. Arthur Campbell New Curricula, Robert W. Heath, Editor, New York: Harper and Row, 1964, pp. 82-93.

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