Chemistry Phenomenon – Linked to ART? (Image by B’Rob)
For those that have been following this chemistry blogsite for a while, you should have noticed that i have been constantly sharing:
1. Chemistry Notes Tips (yes, i do not give straight forward answers and notes..u have enough in textbooks and from your teachers….what i do? i love to point out misconceptions of many students have, so that you are aware of the pitfalls)
2. Exam Strategies (where i share general as well as Chemistry examination strategies to score the marks you truly deserve)
3. Chemistry Phenomenons (this is my LOVE..linking Chemistry abstract theories to everyday life examples)
Last December i made a blogpost on the title: “Why Am I Providing So Much Chemistry Tips, Strategies & Phenomenons” and it was published on my facebook profile.
A comment was quickly made by one of the avid reader of this chemistry blogsite and it suddenly throws a different dimension on how i should view Chemistry Phenomenons – in the form of ART!!!
Check out Leow Pei Shan’s comment:
“Totally agree with the statement that Chemistry is all around us. A pity that the current education system still does not make enough impressions and linkages to the application of chemistry in real life. Chemistry is a central science and it is a highly abstract type of hard science. For example, the periodic table of elements is a deeply abstract piece of art. There is a reason behind the placement of elements in the table. Each of them has their own history and their own unique relationship with their neighbors. Isn’t that the same when one looks at a piece of art and tries to interpret, understand the painter and its significance. Some people are hard core lovers of science (just like some are hard core lovers of fine art), some just hated it (just like some people claiming that the fine art is only for the atas). Chemistry is challenging and difficult for some, but if one can survive that painful learning process, one also gain an insight to life.”
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