Measure the optical rotation of honey and use this data to determine which optically active sugar is present in the highest concentration.
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Worksheet to develop understanding of the pH scale and apply it in the context of ocean acidification. Extension questions provide more challenge on carbonic acid and acid base equilibrium, leading to a research task on the consequences for marine organisms.
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Hone your students’ observation skills by asking them to observe two microscale reactions: neutralising citric acid and creating a lead iodide precipitate
Research and presentation activity based on catalysts and reaction conditions in the context of sustainable industry.
Classroom activity where learners explore and debate the issues around fossil fuels, energy and global carbon emissions.
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