Solutions particle theory - covers solubility, solute, solvent
This is a lesson designed for higher ability Key Stage 3 students on solubility. The lesson starts off with a key a question about how much sugar is in coffee. This linked to a news item about a famous coffee brand that has up to 25 teaspoons (100g) of sugar in one cup of coffee. Students then consider what a concentrated an dilute solution looks like in terms of the arrangement of their particles. Finally students need to use the printed spreadsheet to calculate the concentration of various drinks and suggest what could be done to dilute them. Please rate this resource and leave feedback.

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  • Lesson-1-Solutions-RM---Higher.pptx
  • Solutions-lesson-1-sugar-data-table-RM.xlsx
  • 7C3-Solutions-Lesson-1-particle-diagram.docx

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Created: Jul 21, 2016

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pptx, 8 MB

Lesson-1-Solutions-RM---Higher

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