All Structure and bonding articles – Page 6

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    Predicting the melting temperature of carbon

    Chemistry is a conceptual subject and, in order to explain many of these concepts, teachers use models to describe and explain the microscopic world and relate it to the macroscopic properties of matter. This resource is designed to provide strategies for dealing with some of the misconceptions that students have ...

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    Hydrogen fluoride

    This resource is designed to provide strategies for dealing with some of the misconceptions that students have in the form of ready-to-use classroom resources.

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    Constructing chemical conceptions

    This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.

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    Chemical bonding

    This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.

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    Chemical structure

    This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.

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    Chemical axioms

    This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.

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    Scaffolding learning in chemistry

    This resource includes information about some key misconceptions that have been uncovered by research and ideas about a variety of teaching approaches that may help avoid students acquiring some common misconceptions.

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    The heat is on: edible experiments

    Why are chillies and mustard hot, but taste different? Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating experiences with this edible experiment.

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    The rise of molecular modelling

    2017-06-28T08:18:00Z

    A closer look at computational chemistry methods

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    Mental models of atomic spectra

    2017-04-12T15:30:00Z

    Absorbing some misconceptions

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    A golden future for hydrogen bonding

    2017-03-17T13:25:00Z

    Relativistic effects responsible for positively charged Au(I) hydrogen bond acceptor

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    Clearing the air around smoke formation

    2017-03-17T09:25:00Z

    Answering the riddle of why unsaturated fuels burn with sooty flames

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    Salt: kitchen science podcasts

    Introduce your students to the properties of salt with this short podcast.

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    Solids, liquids and gases: primary science podcasts

    Join Kareena and her superhero friend K-mistry for this short podcast introducing children to solids, liquids and gases.

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    Building blocks: primary science podcasts

    Join Kareena and her superhero friend K-mistry for this short podcast introducing children to the idea that the universe is made up of very small particles.

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    Salt: primary science podcasts

    Join Kareena and her superhero friend K-mistry for this short podcast introducing children to dissolving.

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    Crystal chemistry

    2016-12-12T13:29:00Z

    A fun experiment to grow your own crystals using everyday items in your learning space, great to get learners interacting with science.

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    Chemistry in your cupboard: Veet

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    Link the post-16 topics of amino acids and proteins, bonding, reaction rates and equilibria and Le Chateliers principle to the topic of hair removal. Learn about a range of real life contexts for these chemical ideas through written material, and questions to encourage learning and test understanding.

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    Chemistry in your cupboard: Cillit Bang

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    Link the post-16 topics of group 1 elements, detergents (surfactants), solvents and acids to the topic of cleaning products.

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    Chemistry in your cupboard: Harpic

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    Link the post-16 topics of group bonding, acid rain, equilibria and Le Chateliers principle and strong and weak acids to the topic of removing limescale. Learn about a range of real life contexts for these chemical ideas through written material, and questions to encourage learning and test understanding.