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Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Lab Experiment, Boiling Point Elevation, Molality Lesson

Molar Mass by Freezing Point Depression Lab Experiment, Boiling Point Elevation, Molality Lesson

This 33-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the concept of freezing point depression and boiling point elevation. It also includes a worksheet in which students can take notes and practice the skills learned during the lesson. • First, students will review what happens when a liquid freezes and when it boils. • Then, a discussion about how adding a nonvolatile solute would affect the freezing and boiling process. • Molality will be introduced followed by practice problems. • The freezing point depression and boiling point elevation formulas will be introduced with examples for students to work out. • Finally, a practical investigation to work out the molar mass of an unknown solute by using freezing point depression will be outlined with an example calculation. I hope you find this useful.
sciencecorner
Freezing Point Depression, Boiling Point Elevation, Molality, Colligative Properties of Solutions

Freezing Point Depression, Boiling Point Elevation, Molality, Colligative Properties of Solutions

This 33-slide PowerPoint presentation introduces students to the concept of freezing point depression and boiling point elevation. It also includes a worksheet in which students can take notes and practice the skills learned during the lesson. • First, students will review what happens when a liquid freezes and when it boils. • Then, a discussion about how adding a nonvolatile solute would affect the freezing and boiling process. • Molality will be introduced followed by practice problems. • The freezing point depression and boiling point elevation formulas will be introduced with examples for students to work out. • Finally, a practical investigation to work out the molar mass of an unknown solute by using freezing point depression will be outlined with an example calculation. (This lab activity is available in a separate resource). I hope you find this useful.
sciencecorner
Properties of metals and non-metals

Properties of metals and non-metals

An activity looking at the key words of properties of metals and non-metals. Suitable for upper Key Stage 2 / lower Key Stage 3 but can easily be adapted to suit classes of different ages and abilities. Part of a wider unit of work of Materials.
dmcockerill
Edexcel GCSE Physics Unit 14 (Particle Model) Complete Power Points

Edexcel GCSE Physics Unit 14 (Particle Model) Complete Power Points

This power point contains an entire scheme of work for Edexcel unit 14. My GCSE packs are tailored to Edexcel or AQA specifically - there is cross-over between the 2 and I have reused previous lessons where appropriate, so please be careful as I only do units of resources instead of single lessons. Worksheets are downloaded from Pearson so I don't have the rights to include them + exam practice questions are from exam pro (unless I've written them and then they are included).
Sigyn
GCSE Physics Revision Mats Bundle

GCSE Physics Revision Mats Bundle

I get students to complete these as revision for end of topic tests - usually printed out onto A3 paper Topics included: Motion, Forces, Energy, Heat Transfer, Atomic & Nuclear Physics, Waves, Light, Electricity, Magnetism & Electromagnetism and Space Physics.
thompsontim10
AQA Physics Revision 9-1

AQA Physics Revision 9-1

Exam type questions based upon past paper images. Grade 7+. Lots of calculations. 2-3 hours of good quality stuff. There are a number of others of a similar type.Waves, electricity, magnetism, forces, momentum and radioactivity included.
stewstar73
AQA GCSE new spec - Atomic structure Mega pack / Bundle.

AQA GCSE new spec - Atomic structure Mega pack / Bundle.

A bundle of high quality, ready to deliver, AQA focused GCSE lessons by Barclayfox. Contains all 14 lessons in this series (see list below). This mega pack of excellent lessons with all their supporting resources took me over 150 hours to create! Yours with nearly 50% off for the bargain price of £29.95! Great value for 150+ hours of work. There is nothing for you to do, these excellent lessons are ready to use ! You can use the whole series or use individual lessons as you require. This is a MASSIVE 46% saving over buying each lesson individually, fantastic value for money ! You will be able to use these excellent lessons for year to come - again indicating they are great value for money. SALE FOR A LIMITED TIME! Almost 50% off ! 1. Atoms, radiation and the discovery of the atom and the nucleus, history of the atom. 2. Isotopes and Mass number and Atomic number. 3. Alpha, Beta and Gamma – ionising radiation. 4. Changes in the nucleus – decay equations / nuclear equations. 5. Activity and half life, radioactive decay. 6. Activity practicals, half life and radioactive decay. 7. Dangers and precautions. 8. Nuclear radiation in medicine (uses in medicine) 9. Nuclear fission and chain reactions (including nuclear power). 10. Generating electricity from nuclear power. 11. Nuclear Fusion and our sun and the stars. 12. Nuclear issues including nuclear waste. 13. Hypotheses, prediction, theory acceptance and peer review 14. Revision lesson. This mega pack of excellent lessons with all their supporting resources took me over 150 hours to create! Yours with nearly 50% off for the bargain price of £29.95! Happy teaching! Barclayfox. Search words: Atomic structure, atom, nucleus, proton, neutron, electron, Rutherford, Bohr, Marsden, nuclear equations, energy levels, fission, fusion, alpha, beta, gamma. New specification, Physics, Science, Geiger, alpha particle scattering, high level nuclear waste etc etc
barclayfox
Physics IGCSE Full course notes

Physics IGCSE Full course notes

This 135 page set of colour notes covers the whole Edexcel IGCSE course. The notes are linked to and include the specification for the 2018 examination (4PH0). It is an excellent resource for both teachers, tutors or students to revise from or use as class notes for classes. I have been a teacher of Physics for 30 years and an A level examiner for Edxecel for the past 20 years. The whole set of notes took me around 120 hours to complete and I personally use these for all my GCSE students.
derekward