Determine the formula of copper(II) oxide by reducing it using hydrogen or methane. Natural gas (mainly methane) can also be used as a reducing agent, but the reaction is much slower.
This practical is part of our Chemistry for non-specialists and Classic chemistry demonstrations collections.
How you can use Petri dish galvanic cells to support learning about electricity
Useful metals can be extracted from contaminated soil using plants
Explore cutting edge industrial solutions to traditional mining with these differentiated resources which include an interactive cloze, sequencing activity and a storyboard template.
Practice questions give context to transition metal chemistry and equilibria using the examples of haemoglobin and iron
Develop your learners reading comprehension and writing skills while revisiting topics from organic and atmospheric chemistry
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