Chemie is overal
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  • Chemie van herfstkleuren.
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Dit thema maakt deel uit van de website chemie is overal, waarin verschijnselen uit het dagelijks leven onder de loep worden genomen en verklaard. 

Over de verkleuring van de bladeren tijdens de herfst heeft de wetenschap nog niet het laatste …


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