Infographics

Posters on key chemistry topics to share with your students

A mole scientist looking at a large number of tiny moles in a magnifying glass

Calculating moles and using Avogadro’s number

2022-05-03T09:55:00+01:00By

Use this explainer to help your students grasp the relationship between moles, mass and molecular mass

An illustration of a landscape showing the water cycle

Teaching the water cycle

2022-03-07T08:14:00+00:00By

Use these ideas, poster and activities with your 11–14 students

Cartoon models of molecules with circle and cross electron shell diagrams

How to draw dot and cross diagrams

2022-01-03T08:00:00+00:00By

Use this step-by-step approach to covalent bonding with your 14–16 learners

A cartoon of a lateral flow test, a bottle of shampoo and a coral reef

Brilliant buffers

2021-11-08T07:03:00+00:00By

Use this infographic with your 16–18 students to develop their understanding of pH and buffers

A cartoon portrait of Niels Bohr and an electron shell diagram for Nitrogen

How to draw electron configuration diagrams

2021-09-06T07:06:00+01:00By

Use this step-by-step to get your 14–16 students drawing electron configuration diagrams confidently

A cartoon of different examples of evaporation in everyday life

Evaporation in action

2021-07-05T08:29:00+01:00By

Boost your 11–14 students’ knowledge and understanding of separation techniques with this poster, fact sheet and practical activity

An illustration of a heat pump, a rock and a piece of cake

Real-life contexts for thermodynamics

2021-05-10T07:18:00+01:00By

Use this infographic with your 16–18 students and get them working with thermochemistry, intermolecular forces and free energy

A full-frame, close-up image of a swirl of melted chocolate

The science of melting chocolate

2021-03-01T13:07:00+00:00By

Use this infographic with your 11–14 students to develop their knowledge of changes of state and their graphing skills

Illustrations showing the molecular structures of different allotropes of carbon

Allotropes of carbon

2020-12-14T12:27:00+00:00By

Use this infographic with your 14–16 classes to boost their knowledge of diamond, graphite, graphene and fullerenes