|Those just starting out are being trained to think like scientists to keep more of them interested and unlikely to switch majors|
"My goal in chemistry is to try to help students learn the ability to think the way chemists think," says Bodner (see Close-Up on page 8). "Most of what I teach consists of styles of problems: How do you recognize what a problem is? How do you know where to start and when you have solved it...
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