Journal of Laboratory Chemical Education

Journal of Laboratory Chemical Education is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal describing the furthering of chemical education via effective laboratory experiences. Educational laboratory experiences at the high school and undergraduate level provide a critical component of a high quality, practical education in chemistry. Laboratory chemical education is broadly defined as laboratory experiences in all traditional areas of chemistry including– but not limited to– organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, electrochemistry, polymer chemistry, forensic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, environmental chemistry, and computational chemistry. Articles considered for publication include: original educational laboratory experimentation articles, review-type articles (see below), and short letters detailing educational laboratory experiment improvements or safety issues.


Editor-in-chief: Dr. Gary W Breton, Dr. Alice Suroviec
p-ISSN: 2331-7450
e-ISSN: 2331-7469
Website: http://journal.sapub.org/jlce




Journal of Laboratory Chemical Education is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal describing the furthering of chemical education via effective laboratory experiences. Educational laboratory experiences at the high school and undergraduate level provide a critical component of a high quality, practical education in chemistry. Laboratory chemical education is broadly defined as laboratory experiences in all traditional areas of chemistry including– but not limited to– organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, electrochemistry, polymer chemistry, forensic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, environmental chemistry, and computational chemistry. Articles considered for publication include: original educational laboratory experimentation articles, review-type articles (see below), and short letters detailing educational laboratory experiment improvements or safety issues.
Subject areas suitable for publication include, but are not limited to the following fields:
  Original educational laboratory experiments at both the undergraduate and high school level
  Significant adaptations or improvements of previously published educational laboratory experiments
  Software development for use in educational laboratory settings
  Introduction of new technologies/instrumentation into educational laboratory settings
  Literature reviews of educational laboratory experimentation methodology/techniques
  Reviews of instrumentation commonly employed in educational laboratory settings
  Evaluations and/or reviews of educational laboratory teaching methods
  Studies on the effectiveness of educational laboratory teaching
  Non-traditional (e.g., online) educational laboratory experimentation and methods
  Laboratory and Classroom demonstrations