This activity extends the students’ understanding of chromatography. It links chromatography with particle theory and develops the tools of analogy and modelling.
Chemistry for the gifted and talented is a refreshingly challenging educational book containing a wide range of differentiated activities for use in school and college.
Link forensic science and the Covid-19 pandemic to your lessons on instrumental analysis, separation techniques, data interpretation and health with UN sustainable development goals 16 and 17
Meet Katherine Curran, a chemist applying her polymer know-how to the conservation of plastic museum objects
Name common amino acids and draw the structural formulas of dipeptides and tripeptides in this resource for 16-18 year old learners before considering how thin layer chromatography can be used to separate and analyse amino acids in a mixture.
Assess prior knowledge and then check learners’ understanding of carbon dioxide and the carbon cycle using this worksheet.
Show your learners the difference that science can make and provide them with role models who are leading chemists in their fields.
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