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Why don't zombies like hibiscus tea? A multi-subject approach to photosynthesis through the use of Gratzel cells

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posted on 20.11.2009, 14:51 by John Twidle, Gren Ireson, Roger J. Mortimer, David Worrall
Traditionally, photosynthesis has been seen as the domain of biology, with some input from chemistry when dealing with chromatography, while, apart from a passing reference to the colour of leaves, physics has tended to steer clear of the process that provides the lifeblood of human existence. This article outlines how a recent technological advance can be used as a teaching resource in all three branches of science.

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TWIDLE, J. ... et al, 2009. Why don't zombies like hibiscus tea? A multi-subject approach to photosynthesis through the use of Gratzel cells. School Science Review, 91 (334), pp. 71-76.

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2009

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This article was published in the journal, School Science Review [© Association for Science Education]: http://www.ase.org.uk/htm/journals/ssr/issue_contents.php

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0036-6811

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