The topics covered in this Starter for ten activity are: equipment, treatment of errors, titrations, observation exercises, inferences and managing risk.
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Ready-to-go ideas and resources for developing your students’ key skills while home learning, including interpreting graphs and writing about practicals
How to demonstrate the Beer–Lambert law using your smartphone as a light meter
Use your smartphone to measure changes in concentration across different concentrations of squash at home or in the classroom. Use your results to predict the concentration of an unknown dilution of squash.
Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating experiences with this collection of edible experiments.
A simple board game to help students avoid the common misconception that there is only one set path through the rock cycle
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Use this tutorial, including a video demonstration, to help post-16 students learn about equilibrium, the Gibbs free energy and the feasibility of reactions.
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