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Would you use music to engage kids in chemistry?

Question asked by Julie Newdoll on Aug 20, 2015

I just released a symphonic suite of the first ten elements called "Journey to Neon", where the rhythms are based on the electron configuration of each element.  Plus, it is very listenable.  Might anyone ask their students to listen to, for example, the Oxygen movement and identify where the rhythm came from?  Each track has text and an image of one of my Electronimoes circular atomic bonding cards next to it to show the arrangement of electrons.  I would love feedback on this album!  I am wondering if chemists out there like it, as well.

http://brushwithscience.bandcamp.com/album/journey-to-neon

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