Create a ‘rainbow’ effect in a glass tube using universal indicator solution, hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide.
Treat your students to a spectacular demonstration as aluminium and iodine are catalysed by water.
Demonstrate a clear increase in mass as iron wool is heated in air on a simple ‘see-saw’ balance.
Watch as the equilibrium between cobalt species Co(H2O)62+ and CoCl42- is disturbed – with an accompanying colour change predicted by Le Chatelier’s principle.
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.