RACI Titration Competition 2013

RACI Titration Competition 2013

RACI Titration Competition 2013. The aim of the competition is to encourage students who enjoy Chemistry – especially practical Chemistry – and to recognise those who are becoming proficient. The Competition in Brisbane has been held annually since 1980, and since 1984 has been part of the Australian National Chemical Analysis Competition (as a Regional Competition). Leading teams in the Regional Competition are eligible to enter the Finals of the National Competition, to be held in the second half of the year (usually October). This is the second year our senior students went for this competition at the University of Queensland, St. Lucia. From year 12 and 11 participants were Aziz Ullah, Nurul Afser and Loyi Baruti and Mohammed salim, Nurul Hakim and Shamshudduha Shameem. AIIC teams did very well in 2013 titration competition who achieved one of the excellent college awards. Congratulations to our students for their great achievement, Masha Allah. Dr. Mohammad Islam, Chemistry Teacher AIIC.

Loyi Baruti, Nurul Hakim, Mohammed Salim, Aziz Ullah, Nurul Afser and Shashudduha Shameem (from left), in front of School of chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, The University of Queensland. 25th May 2013
Loyi Baruti, Nurul Hakim, Mohammed Salim, Aziz Ullah, Nurul Afser and Shashudduha Shameem (from left), in front of School of chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, The University of Queensland. 25th May 2013

 

Year 11 students (from left) Nurul Hakim, Mohammed Salim and Shamshudduha Shameem, Chemistry laboratory, The University of Queensland, 25th May 2013.
Year 11 students (from left) Nurul Hakim, Mohammed Salim and Shamshudduha Shameem, Chemistry laboratory, The University of Queensland, 25th May 2013.