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.
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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.
From zooming in on chemical phenomena to explaining marking schemes, try these teacher-tested approaches
Video resources showing how to carry out a titration experiment and interactive resources to allow students to collect their own results.
Video resource showing how to purify water to make it ‘potable’ and how to test it.
Video resources showing the displacement reactions between the halogens chlorine, bromine and iodine and their respective halides.
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