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18 chemistry resources

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challenging-plants-plant-...
An understanding of the structure and function of plants, the movement of materials through...
TeacherStudent 14 to 18 years
Subjects: Agricultural applications,Chemicals as...
an-oxidation-and-reductio...
A conical flask contains a colourless solution. When shaken, a blue colour forms. After a few...
TeacherStudent 11 to 18 years
Subjects: Teaching chemistry,Teaching...
what-is-honey-made-of-the...
Measure the optical rotation of honey and use this data to determine which optically active...
Teacher 16 to 18 years
Subjects: Planning,Collecting, recording &...
edible-experiments-invest... RSC Recommended
How are fondant centres in chocolate created? Discover the importance of chemistry in...
Teacher Primary to 18 ...
Subjects: Everyday life applications: cooking & food...
the-blue-bottle-experimen...
A colourless solution in a flask is shaken. It turns blue and then gradually back to...
Teacher 11 to 18 years
Subjects: Practical chemistry,Exposition,Reactions...
chemistrys-interfaces-nut...
This C/PBL resource is an introduction to some of the most important aspects of chemical...
TeacherStudent Undergraduate
Subjects: Chemistry in society,Using scientific...
only-dust-is-there-a-sign...
Determine whether the sample of dust originates from a living source or a non-living source...
Teacher 16 to 18 years
Subjects: Asking questions,Preliminary...
any-glucose
Design a biosensor to detect glucose
Teacher 16 to 18 years
Subjects: Preliminary work,Collecting, recording &...
fermentation-of-glucose-u...
The alcohol (ethanol) in beer and wine is produced by the fermentation of glucose by yeast....
Teacher 14 to 18 years
Subjects: Practical chemistry,Agricultural...
chirality-in-sugars
There are a number of classic contexts for teaching about optical activity. A classic example...
Teacher 14 to 18 years
Subjects: Everyday life applications: cooking & food...
just-a-can-of-cola
This book provides teachers with a useful resource of chemically-based problem solving...
Teacher 11 to 18 years
Subjects: Investigative work,Preliminary...
edible-experiments-sugar-... RSC Recommended
Why is fudge gooey and why are hard boiled sweets hard? Discover the importance of chemistry...
Teacher Primary to 18 ...
Subjects: Everyday life applications: cooking & food...
making-rayon
Cellulose, in the form of cotton wool or filter paper, is used in this experiment to form...
Teacher 14 to 18 years
Subjects: Practical chemistry,Exposition,Experiment...
edible-experiments-love-y... RSC Recommended
How can honey be solid or runny? Discover the importance of chemistry in everyday eating...
Teacher Primary to 18 ...
Subjects: Everyday life applications: cooking & food...
chemistry-now-chemistry-a...
This deals with the chemistry of aerobic and anaerobic respiration in the context of...
Student 14 to 16 years
Subjects: Using scientific information to make...
chemistry-and-the-human-g...
This book offers an account of the chemical science that underlies the publication of the...
TeacherStudent 16 to 18 years
Subjects: Development of scientific ideas,Medical...
structure-and-bonding
Knowledge of structure and bonding can help explain the properties of materials. All the...
TeacherStudent 11 to 18 years
Subjects: Development of scientific ideas,Asking...
chemical-changes-during-c...
This shows experiments in which different cuts of meat are cooked under different conditions...
Teacher 16 to 18 years
Subjects: Chemistry in action,Everyday life...