This activity draws some extra concepts and mathematical skills into the discussion of molecular shape. A distinction between geometry around the central atom and the shape of the molecule is made.
Chemistry for the gifted and talented is a refreshingly challenging educational book containing a wide range of differentiated activities for use in school and college.
He was awarded the 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work on chemical bonds and describing the electronic structure of molecules using the molecular orbital method. His research still leads this field.
By Dorothy Warren
Everything you need to help your post-16 grasp the realities of bonding, electronegativity and intermolecular forces
By Catherine Smith
Dilution, colorimetry and observation skills come together to get students to adapt their chemical knowledge to support medicine.
Support students to discover the correct chemical compound to achieve a desired effect on a product, in this case a drinks container.
Explore the use of analytical methods and empirical formula to identify unlabelled chemicals.
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