Learn about the fundamental principles behind mathematical concepts important for higher education chemistry courses including worked examples of using logarithms, indices and the chain rule.
Four out of five
Put your students’ quantitative chemistry skills to the test with Starter for ten activities around topics such as the mole, the ideal gas equation, percentage yield and atom economy.
Five out of five
These Starters for ten cover basic practical skills such as laboratory equipment, recording results and drawing scatter graphs.
Use these Starters for ten to gauge your student’s grasp of basic mathematical competencies including rearranging equations, significant figures and unit conversions.
Scaffold moles to build confidence
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Structure tasks to improve learning
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Help your students draw perfect graphs
Cover core safety information, skills and apparatus with this visual aid to common laboratory techniques
The story of the Air Canada plane that ran out of fuel in mid-air and had to land as a glider, due to a units mix-up when calculating the fuel needed for the journey.
Embed use of the right key terms in practical work from an early age
Avoid cognitive overload with better representations of concepts
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Four out of five
Use this online interactive tutorial to teach three different methods for solving problems in quantitative chemistry.
How to use the problem solving tutor
Packed with questions and problems for undergraduate students
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