Chemistry teaching resources: Analysis

Resources and ideas for chemistry, analysis, written by teachers to support teaching and learning

GCSE Chemistry C3 - 6 mark model answers to exam style questions

GCSE Chemistry C3 - 6 mark model answers to exam style questions

Hand typed model answer booklet to longer questions - all chapters in GCSE Chemistry unit 1. Exam-style questions and mark scheme answer are written in continuous prose and based on other resources, textbook questions and past papers. Marked by teachers and structured based on examiner reports. Print this document and memorize to achieve full marks in extended writing questions. Contains answers to past paper questions based on AQA exam board. Content applicable to other examination boards including Edexcel, OCR and WJEC.

By ebrook_

Quantitative Chemistry - Chemistry Calculations

Quantitative Chemistry - Chemistry Calculations

This bundle contains 5 resources - 2 worksheets practicing calculating reacting masses, a titration calculations worksheet, empirical formula worksheet and a worksheet to balance equations from reacting masses and empirical formulae.

By hf583

Pure and impure substances Learning mat OCR gateway new spec ref C2.1 chemistry / combined

Pure and impure substances Learning mat OCR gateway new spec ref C2.1 chemistry / combined

Pure and impure substances Learning mat with self assessment mark scheme. Print A3 double sided. OCR gateway new spec ref C2.1 chemistry / combined.Ideal to differentiate lesson or as a catch up / revision for missed lesson.Accompanying lesson also available in bundle as are lessons and learning mats for the whole of this unit.Check out fun free resources at www.sellfy.com/pigeonlearning.

By pigeonlearning

OCR gateway chemistry. New spec C2.1 lessons and learning mats

OCR gateway chemistry. New spec C2.1 lessons and learning mats

OCR gateway chemistry. New spec C2.1 lessons and learning mats. Save money and time with this bundle of new spec lessons and learning mats.Find free fun resources at sellfy.com/pigeonlearningPositive feedback means the world to us. We will use our reply to your feedback to share TES voucher codes and other promotions when they become available.

By pigeonlearning

AQA C1 Exam Questions for Revision and Assesment by Spec Code

AQA C1 Exam Questions for Revision and Assesment by Spec Code

Want to find a question on a specific topic for 2017 revision? Want to make an exam paper on a range of topics? Want to easily generate revision booklets? Don’t want to waste your time searching for those questions? Then this tool will help. This document consists of a full spec list for C1 and a list of exam questions for C1 by spec code. This includes all F and H paper over the years 2016-2014. It is a filterable and editable spreadsheet, listing in spec order, all the exam questions over the last three years. Simply filter by the exact required spec code. This can also be done to a range of detail as the spec codes have been split across four columns to be able to filter by a whole topic in a simpler way. It will then tell you the tier, year and exact question in a list. This list could then aid you to quickly build a resource or even give straight to pupils to generate very targeted homework/revision task based on your own gap analysis.

By rwhawell

AQA B1, C1 and P1 Exam Questions for Revision and Assesment by Spec Code

AQA B1, C1 and P1 Exam Questions for Revision and Assesment by Spec Code

Want to find a question on a specific topic for 2017 revision? Want to make an exam paper on a range of topics? Want to easily generate revision booklets? Don’t want to waste your time searching for those questions? Then this tool will help. This document consists of a full spec list for B1, C1 and P1 and a list of exam questions by spec code for all of Core. This includes all F and H paper over the years 2016-2014. It is a filterable and editable spreadsheet, listing in spec order, all the exam questions over the last three years. Simply filter by the exact required spec code. This can also be done to a range of detail as the spec codes have been split across four columns to be able to filter by a whole topic in a simpler way. It will then tell you the tier, year and exact question in a list. This list could then aid you to quickly build a resource or even give straight to pupils to generate very targeted homework/revision task based on your own gap analysis.

By rwhawell

A level chemistry (AQA): The Arrhenius equation

A level chemistry (AQA): The Arrhenius equation

Pack contains questions to assess students understanding of the Arrhenius equation. There are a set of numerical calculations, together with questions requiring graphical analysis and interpretation. Given the limited resources available for this topic, there is an Excel sheet provided which can be used to generate bespoke questions by the teacher. These are correctly formulated to generate full questions and answers that can be directly given to learners. Instructions for use included within the Excel sheet.

By aslawrenson

AQA C3 Chemistry Revision notes

AQA C3 Chemistry Revision notes

These revision notes are handwritten but contain key terms and mark scheme phrases on ALL the C3 Chemistry content including The Early and Modern Periodic Table, Groups 1, 7 and the Transition Metals, Energy, Titrations, Hard and Soft Water, Water Treatment, Chemical Analysis, Equilibria and the Haber Process and Organic Compounds.

By hf583

GCSE Chemistry C3 - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

GCSE Chemistry C3 - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

Hand typed model answer booklet for all chapters in GCSE Chemistry unit 3. Exam-style questions and mark scheme answers simplified and ordered into topic/chapter order to make revision easier, based on other resources, textbook questions and past papers. Contains 1 mark, 2 marks, 3 marks, 4 marks and 5 mark answers based on AQA exam board. Content applicable to other examination boards including Edexcel, OCR and WJEC.

By ebrook_

Chemical Yield

Chemical Yield

A lesson with differentiated resources outlining what yield is, and going from the basics of calculating percentages mass, through to total yield in a chemical reaction. Examples of yield in industry are also included.

By Wildcard69_1982

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GCSE Chemistry Calculating Reacting Masses worksheet

GCSE Chemistry Calculating Reacting Masses worksheet

A worksheet comprising of 8 questions to help students practice calculating the moles of reactants and products. This sheet involves either calculating the maximum theoretical yield possible from a reaction or the amount of reactants needed for a reaction. Answers included.

By hf583

OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry  Units 1 - 6

OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry Units 1 - 6

A complete Scheme of Work for the new specification OCR GCSE 9-1 Gateway Combined Science / Chemistry Units 1 - 6 This includes: • Detailed Lesson PowerPoint for every lesson – These cover each of the key concepts clearly and concisely. The outcomes are differentiated and linked directly to the specification • Associated worksheets • AFL sheets for every lesson - These are differentiated and linked directly to the specification, covering all of the content that students are required to understand • H/W Sheets for every other lesson – These focus around factual recall of the key information from the specification Academies have uploaded the PowerPoint resources onto their website. This allows students to access them for revision or in case of absence. Parents and carers can also have access to the lessons so they are able to support their child at home. The homework sheets are easily uploaded to platforms such as Show My Homework so they can easily be accessed by students, parents and carers. This scheme of work maps directly to the Oxford OCR Gateway Chemistry textbook.

By super _boy

A Level Biology Chromatography Worksheet

A Level Biology Chromatography Worksheet

A comprehensive yet clear worksheet, aimed at A level biologists and focusing on the use of Chromatography.The worksheet covers the following learning objectives:1.) To know what chromatography is2.) To know how to set up the apparatus for chromatography and important precautions3.) To know how to calculate Rf values4.) To know some examples of important analytical uses of chromatographyThe worksheet features both questions and Rf values for the students to calculate and is designed to allow the student to work through it independently. There is a separate answer sheet provided for the teacher too.

By beckystoke

AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 1 - Purity and Formulations

AQA Chapter 8 - Lesson 1 - Purity and Formulations

AQA Chapter 8 (Chemical Analysis)In this lesson students will learn:- what a pure substance is- recap separation techniques- formulations and mixtures- NPK fertilisersKeywords: PureImpureMixtureSeparationFormulationFertilisersObjectives:State what is meant by a ‘pure substance’Describe, explain and exemplify the process of separationSuggest separation and purification techniques for mixturesIdentify formulations given appropriate informationExplain the particular purpose of each chemical in a mixture

By matthewgundry

AQA Required Practical: Potable Water

AQA Required Practical: Potable Water

One of the required practicals to complete for the new AQA GCSE.Students complete a practical where they complete analysis on three different water samples.This pack comes with a set of instructions, helpful diagrams, and a set of questions for them to complete on the second sheet.

By matthewgundry

AQA Chapter 10 - Lesson 2 - Potable Water

AQA Chapter 10 - Lesson 2 - Potable Water

AQA Chapter 10 (Sustainable Development)In this lesson students will learn:- what potable water is- water treatment- desalination techniquesThis lesson can be used with or without the Potable Water worksheet.Keywords: PotableSedimentationDesalinationDistillationEvaporation Objectives:Distinguish between potable water and pure waterDescribe the differences in treatment of ground water and salty water Explain how to test water samples, and to carry out a distillation

By matthewgundry

btec level 3 estimating purity

btec level 3 estimating purity

powerpoint which outlines the ways of estimating purity of samples- includes melting point, gas-liquid chromatography, HPLC, spectroscopy. Used as a lecture for btec students

By umzakaria

GCSE Chemistry C1  - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

GCSE Chemistry C1 - short model answers to exam style questions, by topic

Hand typed model answer booklet for all chapters in GCSE Chemistry unit 1. Exam-style questions and mark scheme answers simplified and ordered into topic/chapter order to make revision easier, based on other resources, textbook questions and past papers. Contains 1 mark, 2 marks, 3 marks, 4 marks and 5 mark answers based on AQA exam board. Content applicable to other examination boards including Edexcel, OCR and WJEC.

By ebrook_

New 2018 AQA complete assessments for chemistry trilogy

New 2018 AQA complete assessments for chemistry trilogy

I have made assessments for the new GCSE AQA course. Students have 15 mins to attempt the diagnostic test and then you go through with them the answers and they annotate. They fill in the front of the sheet and write what they do know and what they need to learn. Then they attempt the final test and mark they should see an improvement. Print to A4 2 pages per sheet and back to back they can then fold into a booklet.

By bs1nt

INVESTIGATING THE COPPER CONTENT OF BRASS SCREWS [CHEMISTRY A2]

INVESTIGATING THE COPPER CONTENT OF BRASS SCREWS [CHEMISTRY A2]

Extract: "Iodine/thiosulfate titrations can be used to determine the concentration of Cu2+ ions in a solution. The brass solution will be able made up into a solution, placed in the conical flask and dissolved in concentrated nitric acid and neutralised to form a Cu2+ (aq) ions. This is where the copper in brass is converted in a neutral solution containing Cu ions. The copper ions then react with Iodine ions (I-) to form a white precipitate of copper (I) iodide and a solution of iodine. The iodine produced in the mixture is then titrated with a standard solution of sodium thiosulfate (listed in the equipment.) You then carry out the relevant calculations to find out the percentage composition of Copper in the original brass alloy. To detect the end-point of the titration, you add small amounts of starch to form a deep blue-black colour that helps you identify a clear end-point colour. End point: all the iodine reacted & blue-black colour disappears. The chemistry on which this analysis of brass is based on redox titration; the relevant equations:"

By kurtisj