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C5.3 Extracting Metals

C5.3 Extracting Metals

A lesson on displacement reactions and extracting metals pitched at GCSE level. Content is based upon the AQA GCSE Chemistry syllabus. Lesson is fully differentiated and contains the following: Lesson objectives, notes, tasks and exam questions.
TOddy2016
Cracking cut and stick

Cracking cut and stick

This activity is designed to go at the end of the GCSE AQA organic chemistry topic for the 'triology' award but would also work for the single chemistry award. It covers both a practical demonstration and the differences with the industrial process of catalystic cracking and gives an overview of the differences between alkanes and alkenes including different ways to qualitatively test for the different functional groups. (Although it appears to be badly formatted when downloaded it is fine, please let me know if there are any issues).
stephen_allen
Analysis of Salts Bundle! (39 Slides + 7 Worksheets with 90+ Questions)

Analysis of Salts Bundle! (39 Slides + 7 Worksheets with 90+ Questions)

A complete bundle with 39 Slides with 7 Worksheets and up to 90+ questions, providing a compact and complete understanding of formation and identification of salts. Content includes the solubility test of nitrates, chlorides, sulphates, carbonates, hydroxides, qualitative analysis of salts includes understanding mole ratio, moles (mass and volume of salts and products formed), calculating concentration and molarity of aqueous reactants. Methodology of creating salts includes acid + base reactions, acid + metal reactions, acid + carbonates reactions, double decomposition process (precipitation). Content includes qualitative study of salts by identifying and analysing salts by carrying out various test such as the colour test of the salt (by observation), gas test (colour of gas, pH of gas, smell and confirmatory test such as limewater, lighted and glowing splint), aqueous sodium hydroxide test (by adding a few drops until excess) and aqueous ammonia test (by adding a few drops until excess). Special confirmatory test of nitrates, chlorides, sulphates and ions are included as well. Content is sufficient for 4-5 consecutive classes. Suited for students in KS4.
will2share_kam
Qualitative Study of Salts Worksheets (Colour Test, Gas Test, NaOH and Ammonia Solution Test)

Qualitative Study of Salts Worksheets (Colour Test, Gas Test, NaOH and Ammonia Solution Test)

4 Worksheets consisting over 50 questions related to the qualitative study of salts by identifying and analysis salts by carrying out various test such as the colour test of the salt (by observation), gas test (colour of gas, pH of gas, smell and confirmatory test such as limewater, lighted and glowing splint), aqueous sodium hydroxide test (by adding a few drops until excess) and aqueous ammonia test (by adding a few drops until excess). Confirmatory test of nitrates, chlorides, sulphates and iron (III) ions are included as well. Students are required to have extensive knowledge of the results and observations of the various test mentioned above, such as observation of effervescence, colour change, precipitation, before undertaking the following worksheets. Suited for students in KS 4.
will2share_kam
New GCSE - Cracking

New GCSE - Cracking

New GCSE lesson on cracking, explaining how the process works and why we do it for the AQA syllabus Learning Objectives: Describe the differences between alkanes and alkenes Explain what the process of cracking is and why we use it
ls6372
AQA required practical combined Chemistry tracker

AQA required practical combined Chemistry tracker

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Simple tracker sheet designed to be stuck into students practical book. It also links the practical to where information can be found in the kerboodle textbook.
mr_science
AQA required practical Chemistry tracker

AQA required practical Chemistry tracker

Check out my other resources at: www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/mr_science Simple tracker sheet designed to be stuck into students practical book. It also links the practical to where information can be found in the kerboodle textbook.
mr_science
Organic synthesis mind map

Organic synthesis mind map

A comprehensive mind map on organic synthesis which students can use to revise the theory Students can use the resource to produce routes for organic synthesis required in A-Level Chemistry exams.
polarity24
Organic Chemistry Extended Project

Organic Chemistry Extended Project

Allows pupils to research properties of alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters and how their uses link to these properties. It then allows them to design their own product using the properties. Usually takes around 3 lessons or can be completed as a summer homework.
chemistrygleek