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Group 4 IA's distinguishing between subjects?

Ok so I have a problem I am facing

Its mostly a problem I have with chemistry and most of my seniors as well

But what exactly defines a chem IA

Essentially what is considered chemistry content 

I am being told by my chemistry teacher that In terms of a chemistry IA only the the "chemistry content" will be considered relevant

 

But what defines this chemistry content.

I have seen sample essays about eggs and vegetables...but they seem very biology

Help is appreciated

Thanks!!

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Your teacher is probably giving your misleading answer.

You can relate chemistry to physics or to Biology. 

The key point would be to keep the main focus on Chemistry materials.

 

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1 hour ago, Seung Hun Han said:

Your teacher is probably giving your misleading answer.

You can relate chemistry to physics or to Biology. 

The key point would be to keep the main focus on Chemistry materials.

 

yeh I probably didnt make that clear oops

what i meant to ask was what exactly is the 'chemistry materials' like what does it entail to distinguish between

so like my RQ that I have in mind is food chemistry so it probably sounds quite bio...however I will be making use of a centrifuge and a spectrophotometer, so I was wondering if its 'chemistry' enough

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I'd say that your teacher is giving you correct information. A chemistry IA should focus on chemistry, a biology IA on biology and so on. It is possible to do an IA on biochemistry but if it is a chemistry IA, you would need to focus on the chemistry more. 

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