If the fine print is not clear my solutions are as follows:

Small scale: Scientific paper instructing students on how to convert general chemistry lab experiments into green experiments. The document would be tagged in major databases, such as the Journal of Chemical Education. It would therefore be utilized by TAs and self guided students.

Large scale: Donate a green chemistry lab. The lab would be stocked with green chemicals and solvents. In high traffic sections of the lab such as the sink, hood, and glassware shelves would be covered in information of about staying green throughout the experiments. It might also include the splash trays discussed in class, which also hold information about staying green.

These images are my final solution, small scale. As well as my sketches from the previous week that didn’t want to post before. Hopefully. (:


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