How to banish misconceptions with green chemistry: Evidence-informed tips on how a greener approach can improve problem-solving abilities and address misconceptions

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Abstract

Green chemistry is a relatively new set of principles that places the safety of both people and the environment at its centre. In a new study, researchers have investigated the effectiveness of a green chemistry curriculum for chemistry students. As well as designing and validating their test instruments, the research identified misconceptions students have about the concept of green chemistry. Read this article to discover why you should introduce green chemistry in your classroom to provide your students with the opportunity to see how chemistry can help solve some of the big challenges of sustainability.

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