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Found a couple more for you. So glad to hear that your teacher is going cross-curricular. More teachers need to do this. It makes it really nice when departments work together so that material overlaps- helps deepen knowledge for students like yourself.
You might also try this site: http://www.chem.ucla.edu/harding/haiku.html . It's an organic chemistry Haiku project. It's pretty neat. There were lots of categories and poems already written, plus it gives you ideas for creating your own.
There is a cool website I found that gives you several choices. I have copy and pasted it below. However, make sure if you use any of these that you give proper attribution to the author so you are not guilty of plagiarism. There are chemistry poems on this site that have to do with everything from water, to matter to molecules. Have fun.
Here's a poem about chemical change and property I found I hope you like it!
I personally love everything about this chemistry poem! MY favorite parts would be...
I'm feeling strange,
I think they're breaking...
Oxidize, or use a flame,
To make things hot, combust!!!
Iron tends to oxidize,
And makes a thing called rust...
With the first stanza easily summarizes what chemical change is simply which is when bonds break and rearrange into something else. Then the second stanza gives a great example of chemical change as well as the type of reaction process, oxidation.
Why did the two photons become a particle?
Answer:When they met they were getting bored with high speed
travel and decided to make something of themselves
I can offer follow: Lukreciy Kar - " Рoem about nature of things" is devoted to atomic-molecular's studies, M. Lomonosov - poem " Letter about the benefit of glass", V. Bryusov " World of electron"
there are a bunch on this website:
they may be a little on the 'young' side, but there are a couple of more advanced ones...
No, wait a second, I linked to the wrong version... this is the good version.
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