Heating Copper Sulfate [Practical]

Practical experiment for junior high school science.

Practical experiment involving the heating and rehydrating of coppper sulfate powder.

Designed around the topic of making and recording accurate observations in science, as well as use of a Bunsen burner.

Comes in full practical report format, including discussion questions.

Includes detailed teacher notes.

Also includes a Unit Outline for the topic "The Scientific Method".

Designed for the Australian National Curriculum: Year 7 Science. However, it would be useful for other junior science curriculums as well.

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Also available as part of various Introduction to Science Bundles:

www.goodscienceworksheets.com/PDFs/7au-intro-to-science-bundles.pdf

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Created: Feb 23, 2017

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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