Explore the halogens, their salts, and their relation to swimming.
Find more Chemistry in the Olympics resources at www.rsc.org/sport.
Discover the chemistry and enthalpy of the exothermic reactions that power sport shooting events.
Gravity - the enemy of the high-jumper, and the diver’s friend. Find out how the sport of diving relies on gravity, and why a diver seems lighter in water than on land.
Life is in aqueous solution - and so is much of sport. Find out why the properties of water are vital to the sports men and women who compete in, on, and around water.
Worksheet to develop understanding of the pH scale and apply it in the context of ocean acidification. Extension questions provide more challenge on carbonic acid and acid base equilibrium, leading to a research task on the consequences for marine organisms.
Hone your students’ observation skills by asking them to observe two microscale reactions: neutralising citric acid and creating a lead iodide precipitate
Research and presentation activity based on catalysts and reaction conditions in the context of sustainable industry.
Site powered by Webvision Cloud