Explore over 400 exciting practical experiments for your classroom
Heat a known mass of two metals to produce their oxides and determine their relative atomic masses.
Create fabric dye by synthesising an azo dye and using it to change the colour of a piece of cotton
Let your students test which solids and solutions/liquids conduct electricity with a microscale conductivity meter
Predict what will happen to the volume of materials when they are added together… then observe
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Reveal how methanol and ethanol behave differently when treated with iodine and sodium hydroxide solutions.
Support practical chemistry with new ways to explore experimental work. Use these simulations for pre-lab learning and post-lab inquiry.
Get students aged 16–18 running their own organic synthesis on a computer or tablet before taking part in the real thing. This resource also features an in-depth practical guide and a set of worksheets covering the theory.