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(Chemistry) WHAT MAKES THINGS ALKALI - FuseSchool - Video Guide

(Chemistry) WHAT MAKES THINGS ALKALI - FuseSchool - Video Guide

“Learn the basics about What makes things alkali? How is alkali recognized? What are alkali chemical properties? “ This is a video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. See all my Chemistry FuseSchool Video Guides! See the biology set here. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in pdf format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 4 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
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(Chemistry) WHAT IS THE PH SCALE - FuseSchool - Video Guide

(Chemistry) WHAT IS THE PH SCALE - FuseSchool - Video Guide

“Learn the basics about the pH scale, universal indicator and litmus paper. Indicators tells if something is acidic, alkaline or neutral. “ This is a video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. See all my Chemistry FuseSchool Video Guides! See the biology set here. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in pdf format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 3 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
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(Chemistry) TITRATION CALCULATIONS - FuseSchool - Video Guide

(Chemistry) TITRATION CALCULATIONS - FuseSchool - Video Guide

“Titration experiments enable you to work out the concentration of an unknown solute, when you know the concentration of another solute. “ This is a video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. See all my Chemistry FuseSchool Video Guides! See the biology set here. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in pdf format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 4 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
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(Chemistry) TITRATIONS - FuseSchool - Video Guide

(Chemistry) TITRATIONS - FuseSchool - Video Guide

“In this video, you will learn what apparatus needs to be used to conduct a titration, including pipettes, burettes and conical flasks. “ This is a video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. See all my Chemistry FuseSchool Video Guides! See the biology set here. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in pdf format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 4 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
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OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry C6 (Global challenges) REVISION

OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry C6 (Global challenges) REVISION

An engaging lesson presentation (79 slides) and associated worksheets that uses a combination of exam questions, quick tasks and quiz competitions to help the students to assess their understanding of the topics found within unit C6 (Global Challenges) of the OCR Gateway A GCSE Chemistry specification. The topics that are tested within the lesson include: Making ethanol Extracting metals Extracting iron Extracting aluminium Alloys Alkanes Alkenes Alcohols Carboxylic acids Polymers Water for drinking Students will be engaged through the numerous activities including quiz rounds like “It’s time for ACTION” and “Are YOU on FORM” whilst crucially being able to recognise those areas which need further attention
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OCR A Level Chemistry (H432) -  Crosswords

OCR A Level Chemistry (H432) -  Crosswords

These crosswords complement the module packs published in that they contain all the key definitions found in the specification for each unit. They are intended to be used in the same way as the module packs for revision purposes or as an additional task for homework.
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Edexcel 9-1 SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSON

Edexcel 9-1 SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSON

CAN BE USED FOR ABOUT 8 LESSONS OVER 187 SLIDES ACTIVATE - SHOWING THE FORMULA AND HOW IT WORKS DEMONSTRATE - ALLOWING STUDENTS TO COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS AFL - CHECKING ANSWERS (ALL ANSWERS PRESENT) Edexcel CC9 PART 1-3 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE 6-8 lessons depending on how good student are at the calculations Mainly covering TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 TOPIC 5 SEPARATE SCIENCE PAPER 1: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS Touching on TOPIC 7 Bond energy calculations for the higher tier students Powerpoint with over 187 slides including worked examples, questions for the students to complete and then the answers of the questions. Some calculations include more than one method, to help stretch the brightest and support the lowest ability students. There is a summary slide for each paper (Paper 1 and Paper 2- separate science/ triple science) and a calculations summary slide to show all the equations that students will need to know over the 2 separate science papers. QUESTIONS ATTACHED TO ALLOW STUDENTS TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY OR AT THEIR OWN PACE (THEY ARE THE SAME QUESTIONS AS IN THE POWERPOINT - SO ALL ANSWERS ARE IN THE POWERPOINT) Can set as homework or use in a revision lesson. Calculations include: COMBINED SCIENCE… Rf Value Isotope Calculation (H) Relative Formula Mass Empirical from molecular Molecular Formula from Empirical Formula and Mr Empirical Formula from Reacting masses and % composition Conservation of Mass Reacting masses (without moles) Concentration (g/dm3) Moles (H) Using Avogadro’s constant to calculate the number of atoms or molecules (H) Reacting masses (with moles) (H) Finding the Limiting Reagent (H) Using the limiting reagent to calculate the mass (H) Balancing equations (with moles) (H) Bond Enthalpy (H) SEPARATE SCIENCE … Percentage yield Reacting Masses and percentage yield Atom Economy Concentration (moldm-3) Concentration – converting between moldm-3 and gdm-3 Titration equations Molar volume of gases – with volume and masses Please leave feedback
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Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process: Haber process, Le Chatelier, Fertilisers, Fuel Cell, industry processes SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY

Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process: Haber process, Le Chatelier, Fertilisers, Fuel Cell, industry processes SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY

4 lessons Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process 1. TOPIC 5 Sc16a TOPIC 5 Chemical cells and Hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells Objectives: To know that a chemical cell produces a voltage until one of the reactants is used up To be able to recall how a hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell functions To evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of fuel cells for given uses 2. Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria: Industrial processes including large scale of the Haber process - Edexcel 9-1 Sc15b PART 1 Objectives: To understand Le Chatelier’s Principle (H) To predict how the position of the equilibrium is affected by changes in conditions(H) To understand how the time taken to reach equilibrium is affected by changes in the conditions (H) 3. Edexcel 9-1 Sc15b PART 2 Objectives: To recall the conditions for the Haber process To explain how the conditions are chosen for industrial chemical reactions (H) To explain the reaction pathways chosen from industrial processes (H) 4. Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria: Haber process + Fertilisers Learning objectives: STARTER Mini test covering all the basics from combined (reversible reactions, Haber conditions, dynamic equilibrium, definitions) Objectives: To recall 3 essential elements for plant growth To be understand how to name several fertilisers made from different acid and alkali compounds To describe and compare the laboratory preparation and the industrial production of ammonium sulfate RRP £13
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Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc14 Quantitative analysis: TITRATION, ATOM ECONOMY, MOLAR VOLUME, CONCENTRATION CORE PRACTICAL TITRATION, PERCENTAGE YIELD Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process: Haber process, Le Chatelier, Fertilisers, Fuel Cell, industry processes SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY

Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc14 Quantitative analysis: TITRATION, ATOM ECONOMY, MOLAR VOLUME, CONCENTRATION CORE PRACTICAL TITRATION, PERCENTAGE YIELD Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process: Haber process, Le Chatelier, Fertilisers, Fuel Cell, industry processes SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE ONLY

10 lessons in total Including a CORE PRACTICAL - Titration (only SS) Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc14 Quantitative analysis: 1. MOLAR VOLUME of gases and Avogadro's law of gases Objectives: STARTER: To know how to interconvert between cm3 and dm3 and to work out the concentration equation To know how to define molar volume of gases at room temperature and pressure To be able to use the molar volume in calculations involving the masses of solids and volumes of gases To understand how to use Avogadro’s law to calculate volumes of gases involved in gaseous reactions. 2. CONCENTRATION with mol and grams per dm3 and interchanging between the two Objectives: STARTER: To know how to interconvert between cm3 and dm3 and to work out the concentration equation To be able to calculate concentrations in g dm-3 (H) To be able to calculate concentrations in mol dm-3 (H) To understand how to interconvert between mol dm-3 and g dm-3 (H) 3. PERCENTAGE YIELDS + moles SEPARATE or TRIPLE Objectives: To understand the difference between the actual yield and the theoretical yield To be able to calculate the percentage yield of a reaction from the actual yield and the theoretical yield To recall how to calculate masses using moles 4 + 5. TITRATION CORE PRACTICAL and Titration calculations Objectives: To understand how to carry out an acid and alkali titration To be able to carry out calculations using the results of titrations to calculate an unknown concentration of solution or unknown volume of solution (H) To consolidate learning with questions (H) 6. ATOM ECONOMY Objectives: To recall the atom economy of a reaction To make Magnesium sulphate in 3 different ways then work out which is the best (most economical!) To explain why a particular reaction pathway is chosen to produce a particular product, given data (HIGHER OBJECTIVE) Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria + the Haber process 7. TOPIC 5 Sc16a TOPIC 5 Chemical cells and Hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells Objectives: To know that a chemical cell produces a voltage until one of the reactants is used up To be able to recall how a hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell functions To evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of fuel cells for given uses 8. Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria: Industrial processes including large scale of the Haber process - Edexcel 9-1 Sc15b PART 1 Objectives: To understand Le Chatelier’s Principle (H) To predict how the position of the equilibrium is affected by changes in conditions(H) To understand how the time taken to reach equilibrium is affected by changes in the conditions (H) 9. Edexcel 9-1 Sc15b PART 2 Objectives: To recall the conditions for the Haber process To explain how the conditions are chosen for industrial chemical reactions (H) To explain the reaction pathways chosen from industrial processes (H) 10. Edexcel 9-1 TOPIC 5 Sc15 Dynamic Equilibria: Haber process + Fertilisers Learning objectives: STARTER Mini test covering all the basics from combined (reversible reactions, Haber conditions, dynamic equilibrium, definitions) Objectives: To recall 3 essential elements for plant growth To be understand how to name several fertilisers made from different acid and alkali compounds To describe and compare the laboratory preparation and the industrial production of ammonium sulfate RRP £30 saving 27%
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(Chemistry) STOMACH ACID - FuseSchool - Video Guide

(Chemistry) STOMACH ACID - FuseSchool - Video Guide

“Learn the basics about what stomach acid is as part of the acids and bases topic. “ This is a video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content. See all my Chemistry FuseSchool Video Guides! See the biology set here. This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, as student notes, as homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in pdf format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title. The video is 4 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation. ☀☀☀ PLEASE FOLLOW ME FOR NEW PRODUCT UPDATES ☀☀☀
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OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science C6 (Global Challenges) REVISION

OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science C6 (Global Challenges) REVISION

An engaging lesson presentation (72 slides) and associated worksheets that uses a combination of exam questions, quick tasks and quiz competitions to help the students to assess their understanding of the topics found within unit C6 (Global Challenges) of the OCR Gateway A GCSE Combined Science specification. The topics that are tested within the lesson include: Extracting metals Extracting iron Extracting aluminium Cracking oil fractions Water for drinking Students will be engaged through the numerous activities including quiz rounds like “EXTRACT the non-FACT” and “Say what you SEE” whilst crucially being able to recognise those areas which need further attention
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AQA GCSE SCIENCE (TRIPLE) - Chemistry Crosswords

AQA GCSE SCIENCE (TRIPLE) - Chemistry Crosswords

These crosswords are for student revision activities and include as clues, a list of key words and meanings for each of the Topics in the AQA Triple Chemistry specification as described in the approved Oxford text books. They are intended to be used to test pupils understanding. This could take place either during the relevant topic or as a homework at the end and is designed to complement other revision tools such as past paper questions
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