This video contains a further 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 worked example of how to use the chain rule of differentiation.
Investigate the rate of hydrolysis of urea and assess your learners’ practical skills, includes extension green chemistry questions on sustainable fertilisers
Data analysis and graph drawing activity for 11–14 year olds based on the chemical composition of the Dhofar 007 meteorite. Identify elements from chemical formula and differentiate between metal and non-metal elements.
Show your learners the difference that science can make and provide them with role models who are leading chemists in their fields.
Critical thinking and research task, reflecting on the science and societal views surrounding drugs and their development
In this activity students are required to apply their understanding of redox to identify which metal is oxidised and which is reduced in a series of displacement reactions
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