Keep your 14–16 classes learning remotely with these curriculum-relevant resources and activities
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Stretch it, bend it.. but defintiely don’t break it
Surprise discovery as research shows trihalogenated anilines make synthetic chemicals
A new method can produce ethanol from rewnable lignin and carbon dioxide
What’s the environmental impact of our clothes throughout their life cycle?
Examine the environmental impact of our clothing with these resources
Quantify your students’ knowledge of equilibria with these Starter for ten activities covering dynamic equilibria, Le Châtelier’s principle and equilibria and industry.
In association with Hays Chemical Distribution Ltd
An introduction to sulfuric acid production
Five out of five
Get students aged 16–18 running their own organic synthesis on a computer or tablet before taking part in the real thing. This resource also features an in-depth practical guide and a set of worksheets covering the theory.
In association with Associated Octel Co Ltd
An introduction to sodium production.
In association with BP Chemicals
An introduction to polythene production.
In association with Shell UK
An introduction to oil refining.
In association with DuPont
An introduction to nylon production.
In association with British Steel
An introduction to iron and steel production.
In association with AkzoNobel
An introduction to nitric acid production.
In association with IMI Refiners Ltd
An introduction to copper refining.
In association with BOC
An introduction to extracting gases from air.
An introduction to extracting chemicals from salts.
An introduction to ammonia.
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