About KembloX (TM)

KembloX is an educational system for illustrating many aspects of the chemistry of ionic compounds. The pages of this site provide detailed information about the system, and about its uses and some of its applications.

For details and orders 🙂 , contact us by phone at 401-847-7287, or by e-mail at kemblox@yahoo.com

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  1. Very interesting and intriguing. It has promise for teaching high school chemistry, college general chemistry, introductory chemistry, and chemistry for health sciences.

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  2. This is an educational tool with some broad potential. Even for students younger than the expected target audience, KembloX offers non-verbal connections and associations with scientific ideas looming on their academic horizon.

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  3. This is a great addition to any introductory chemistry curriculum! A novel and effective learning tool that students can literally put their hands on.

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  4. The power of KembloX resides in its ability of illustrating important chemical concepts by using simple, hands-on, intuitive means.

    The system’s components are non-hazardous and ergonomically designed. This makes the system valuable tool, both in classroom teaching and in home schooling environments.

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  5. The subject matter can be quite challenging for many students. Kemblox provides an engaging approach that can reach students more effectively. Schools should adopt the system into their curriculum.

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  6. I think that the KembloX system is a remarkable tool for teaching important aspects of general chemistry. It is intuitive and stimulating for the students, as well as versatile for the educators.

    Besides its evident didactic merits (stimulation of the visual and kinesthetic paths to learning), it is important that students can replicate by themselves the illustrations offered by the instructor on- or off-line. While intuitive, the components of the KembloX system are perfectly safe. This makes the KembloX system an invaluable tool in situations in which students and educators are separated, such as during the 2020 pandemics.

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