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Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation

Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation

This resource has three powerpoint corresponding to three lessons which cover acids, alkalis and the neutralisation process. each powerpoint is indicative of the lesson plan and flow so little planning will need to be done.
lukee95
Manufacturing Industry Bundle (29 Slides + 7 Worksheets with over 90+ Questions!)

Manufacturing Industry Bundle (29 Slides + 7 Worksheets with over 90+ Questions!)

A compact classroom consisting of 29 Slides and 7 Worksheets with over 90+ questions including all chapters related to manufacturing industry such as the manufacturing process of ammonia and its uses (Haber Process), sulfuric acid and its daily uses (Contact Process) and manufacturing nitric acid (Ostwald Process), calculating the composition of nitrogen in fertilisers and determining the quality of the fertiliser, aterial science, the understanding and application of alloys, composition of alloys, advantages of alloys, differences of glass and ceramics, composition of glass and ceramics, advantages of glass and ceramics, types of polymerisation, benefits of polymers, source of polymers and monomers, environmental issues of polymers and solutions, advantages of composite materials, types and applications of composite materials. Content is suitable for 3-4 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Manufacturing Industry Lesson Slides (29 Slides)

Manufacturing Industry Lesson Slides (29 Slides)

A compact lesson slide consisting of 29 Slides including all chapters related to manufacturing industry such as the manufacturing process of ammonia and its uses (Haber Process), sulfuric acid and its daily uses (Contact Process) and manufacturing nitric acid (Ostwald Process), calculating the composition of nitrogen in fertilisers and determining the quality of the fertiliser, aterial science, the understanding and application of alloys, composition of alloys, advantages of alloys, differences of glass and ceramics, composition of glass and ceramics, advantages of glass and ceramics, types of polymerisation, benefits of polymers, source of polymers and monomers, environmental issues of polymers and solutions, advantages of composite materials, types and applications of composite materials. Content is suitable for 3-4 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Rates of reaction, Titration, Spectator Ions and Moles Revision

Rates of reaction, Titration, Spectator Ions and Moles Revision

Please find attached all of the revision materials for this revision lesson. There are 4 topic folders: 1. Rates of Reactions with the worksheets Changes to the rate of reaction and Reaction rate notes. 2. Ionic Equations. Ionic bonding worksheet (not made by me) and writing ionic equations. 3. Moles. Activity 3 mole activity and calculations Help Sheet Worked Examples 4. Acids and Bases Spectator Ions and Titration calculations Spectator Ions Help Sheet CRIB Sheet for the titration calculations (not mine) Along with Lesson Plan, plenary exam Qs, starter prompt questions and timers with the PowerPoint.
Purepoise
Indicators - Acids, Bases and Alkalis

Indicators - Acids, Bases and Alkalis

KS3 (Year 7) resource which covers acids and alkalis and also the experiment to test with litmus some different solutions. Includes a thinking hats review. Includes table to gather results.
rdt019
Chemistry December Starters Christmas Advent Calendar Tasks (Y13)

Chemistry December Starters Christmas Advent Calendar Tasks (Y13)

Hyperlinked powerpoint for starters throughout December. Topics include: Rates (inc. Arrhenius and RDS), Equilibria, Acids and Bases, Ionisation energy, Bonding, Organic chemistry (carbonyls), Moles and more...! (Even split between Y12 revision and early Y13 content). All slides have decorated fairy light GIF banners, and Christmas bauble ppt timers! Starter tasks used can be found on the Royal Society of Chemistry Website, worksheets including answers attached for use with the interactive powerpoint.
TFFTResources
AQA Year 1 & 2 A-Level Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards)

AQA Year 1 & 2 A-Level Chemistry Condensed Revision Notes (Flashcards)

Bundle of AQA Y1 & Y2 A-Level Flash Notes with a free GCSE revison card. Excellent PDFs for classprep or as handouts for topic tests and exams. These concise revision notes (flashcards) contain all the necessary exam knowledge for A-Level Year 1 & 2 in a short, easy to memorize form. They break topics down to 1 or 2 pages of what you need to know. Each page covers the key facts, such as definitions and equations, without the distraction of unnecessary information. Created with great care, they include important information specific to exam questions. The paperbacks and eBooks from Dr. C. Boes receive consistently top reviews on Amazon. For more information see: www.alevelchemistryrevsion.co.uk.
christophboes
AQA Chemistry Topic 4 - Chemical Changes

AQA Chemistry Topic 4 - Chemical Changes

A fantastic powerpoint addressing AQA specification points for only Topic 4 - Chemical Changes. It covers: Acids and Bases Titrations Strong Acids and Weak Acids Reactions of Acids The Reactivity Series Separating Metals from Metal Oxides Redox Reactions Electrolysis Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions It not only covers and explains important aspects of this topic, but also includes questions within the powerpoint for students to complete for themself!
kriss_tutor
Edexcel CC8c Bases and Salts

Edexcel CC8c Bases and Salts

CC8c lesson from the new Edexcel science GCSE (9-1) all about bases and salts. The lesson includes neutralisation, bases, word equation for reacting metal oxides and acids, how to name salts, state symbols, what happens to the ions during neutralisation, how to prepare soluble salts and a separate lesson on the CC8c core practical.
fosterpaul
Xmas chemistry revision cards

Xmas chemistry revision cards

some basic revision chemistry facts to go with an advent calendar that I am going to give my year 11's. I am hoping that they will do one a day as they open their advent calendar.
bs1nt