Art in Chemistry, Chemistry in Art

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Intellect Books, 1998 - Art - 259 pages
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Integrate chemistry and art with hands-on activities and fascinating demonstrations that enable students to see and understand how the science of chemistry is involved in the creation of art. Investigate such topics as color integrated with electromagnetic radiation, atoms and ions; paints integrated with classes of matter, specifically solutions; three dimensional works of art integrated with organic chemistry; photography integrated with chemical equilibrium; art forgeries integrated with qualitative analysis, and more. This is a complete and sequential introduction to General Chemistry and Introductory Art topics.
 

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Contents

How Do We Sec Color? continued
1
What Is Paint?
52
Down UnderWhat Is Underneath?
69
Playing with Clay
86
Macroscopic
116
Shape in Macrosculptures and in Microsculptures
122
What Is Material to the Sculpture?
128
Functional Groups Make
135
References
144
A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
194
Art Conservation and Restoration
208
10CHEMICAL HAZARDS IN ART
223
PERIODIC TABLE
237
INDEX
243
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
259
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Barbara R. Greenberg has a doctorate in clinical psychology from SUNY at Stony Brook. She maintains a full-time private practice in Connecticut where she serves as the Adolescent Consultant for Silver Hill Hospital.

Jennifer A. Powell-Lunder has a doctorate in school/clinical child psychology from Pace University. She is the Director of an inpatient adolescent unit at Four Winds Hospital in New York. She is an adjunct professor at Pace University and maintains a private practice in New York.

DIANNE PATTERSON is a retired art teacher from Elmhurst, Illinois.

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