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Education in Chemistry

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How to use models to boost understanding

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Help students make sense of the chemistry they can’t see with memorable representations

A Christmas bauble in the shape of a water molecule

Get crafty with festive molecular baubles

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Is this the perfect festive science activity for the last week of term?

Microscale and fullscale titration experiments

From microscale to full-scale practicals

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Find out how to upscale your practicals to reduce cognitive load and improve students’ results

Meet our 2022 Education Prize winners

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  • Demonstrating the importance of surface area to rates of reaction

  • The production and combustion of nitrocellulose

  • Demonstrating the heating curve of tert-butanol

  • The reaction between sodium and chlorine

  • Shocking revelations 2: neutralisation reactions

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Making sense of graphs

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Help your students successfully interpret data

A spoon of salt and spoon of water

Is every substance a molecule?

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Use this to help chemistry students accurately apply covalent bonding models 

Plastic pipette tips and sample tubes

Combatting plastic pollution in class

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Bring the fight against plastic pollution to your classroom with these resources from Common Seas 

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4 steps to continuing Covid recovery in the classroom

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Boost your students’ progress post-pandemic

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Christmas, community and chemistrees

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Deck the labs with boughs of glassware and celebrate a community of chemists

  • How to teach covalent bonding

  • Teaching organic synthesis at post-16

  • Use post-16 atomic models to inform 14–16 understanding

  • Teaching energy and change post-16

  • Teaching curly arrows at post-16

Waste mixed plastics

A hybrid recycling process for mixed plastics

Investigate plastic and recycling through the combined power of chemistry and biology

Dissolving battery

High capacity batteries that can biodegrade in situ

Explore biodegradable electrochemistry with this innovation to healthcare and pollution

Uluru in Australia - a large orange-coloured rocky hill in a dry landscape with a cloudy blue sky

Electrolysis can conjure hydrogen fuel from air

Air humidity could be the key to sustainable hydrogen power

An ancient Chinese bronze teapot

New insight into ancient Chinese bronze-making recipes

Show your students the chemical composition of alloys used in ancient metallurgy

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