Education Tools Help Students to Understand the Grammar and Syntax of Chemistry

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The free educational tools offered by can help both students and teachers in their journey to knowledge.

Art Branch, Inc. today announces the release of free educational tools (, intended for high school, college, and university-level students.

Created by the content development team at Art Branch, Inc., the new educational tools aim to add more textual and visual content, enriching the chemistry database published on The website offers detailed descriptions of the most well known chemical elements. The addition of free educational tools has made it very popular among Facebook users.

“The free educational tools offered by can help both students and teachers in their journey to knowledge,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at Art Branch, Inc. features printable periodic tables in PDF format, along with periodic table images and free chemistry and physics images that can help students with their projects and research. Visitors are offered a periodic table quiz with over 300 questions and a chemistry hangman game to test their knowledge of chemical elements from the periodic table.

The new educational tools aim to make the learning process more entertaining and enjoyable. The conceptual and mathematical nature of chemistry is a challenge for many students. Chemistry requires higher order thinking skills such as understanding, analysis, and evaluation. Not only is chemistry abstract, but it requires conceptual and qualitative analysis of phenomena. It is a natural science with real world and theoretical components, which students find hard to grasp. Students have to memorize notation conventions, names and symbols of chemical elements, etc. This is basic knowledge, but many students find memorization frustrating. Moreover, chemistry teachers use a lot of terms and jargon, which is boring for students and doesn’t help them to master the subject. Some academic chemists teach the subject without bothering to explain important concepts and terms. The aim of the new educational tools is to help students to memorize names and chemical symbols, understand key concepts and phenomena, and enjoy the process all along.

About is a free educational resource released by Art Branch Inc., offering chemistry tutorials.

About Art Branch: Art Branch, Inc., located in Toronto, Ontario, is the parent company of and has produced many educational websites targeting worldwide audience. The goal of Art Branch is to provide visitors to company sites with free, practical guides that help students and teachers and make the learning process easier.

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