Rates of reaction | practical videos | 16–18 students

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Video and supporting resources to support practical work on rates of reaction, includes both an initial rate and continuous monitoring method

Investigate rates of reaction with two experiments for learners on A-level and equivalent 16–18 courses. These experiments provide learners with the opportunity to monitor the rate of reaction and identify the effects of changing temperature and concentration, using both initial rate and continuous monitoring methods. Additional resources including pause-and-think questions with answers, teacher notes, technician notes, intended outcomes and a follow-up worksheet are provided to support your teaching.

Chapter titles: 00:10 Introduction to rates of reaction experiments; 01:48 Initial rate method: the iodine clock; 06:33 The iodine clock reaction; 09:14 Continuous monitoring method: volume of gas; 11:27 Real-time results for 25°C; 13:50 Set-up with a water bath; 14:10 Real-time results for 60°C; 16:09 Real-time results for 80°C 

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