Igneous rocks form by exciting processes, and contain evidence about their origins. This is just as well, since many of them form below ground where they cannot be observed.
Test students’ understanding of materials chemistry and recycling using this practical activity from our Top of the bench competition
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When teaching redox equilibria, take advantage of these Starter for ten questions on redox reactions, standard electrode potentials and electrochemical cells.
Portable spectrometers shed light on the materials used in ancient Roman mosaics
Ask students to plan experiments, record data and draw conclusions in this practical activity
How can we use vinegar and sodium bicarbonate to make a fire extinguisher?
Examine the environmental impact of our clothing with these resources
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