This is an example of how to use the chain rule of differentiation.
This video is part of a collection on Plymouth University’s Mathematical Sciences YouTube channel.
A second example showing how to use the chain rule to differentiate.
Ask your 16–18 students to take a closer look at ammonium nitrate and enthalpy
A student worksheet for foundation and higher level. Assess learning with questions about the reactions of alkanes and alcohols.
Learn how the Olympiad works, how to scan the round one paper for accessible marks and how to prepare for round one with these slides from the November 2020 webinar on how to prepare for the Chemistry Olympiad 2021.
The toxic ingredient lurking in green vegetables, oxalic acid is familiar to Advanced Higher students for other reasons
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Looking beyond your chemistry degree? Use this self-study resource to learn about the skills and knowledge you need to build a career in business or industry.
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