Chemistry teaching resources: Compounds and mixtures

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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

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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

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

Solubility rules game (Predicting products and generating chemical equations)

Solubility rules game (Predicting products and generating chemical equations)

Dice game designed to support students whilst learning the solubility rules. Ideal for GCSE science/chemistry classes and chemistry A-level students looking to recap. Dice are used to select different, soluble ionic compounds. The learner should then determine the products and decide whether they are soluble or insoluble, based on the solubility rules. The activity is differentiated for more able learners, asking them to generate balanced chemical equations.

By aslawrenson

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_

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GCSE Chemistry Atomic Structure Fundamentals Questions (Sticky Labels)

GCSE Chemistry Atomic Structure Fundamentals Questions (Sticky Labels)

The seven files listed contain 7 different questions to assess learning of the fundamentals of Atomic Structure. They are set up to be printed on 21 labels per page sticky label sheets. These can be used in conjunction with diagnostic homework - for example, if students have incorrectly answered a question on the charges on sub-atomic particles or mass numbers, these can be used to supplement and reinforce any corrections to be made upon student feedback.

By hf583

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GCSE and A-level Chemistry Writing Ionic Formulae worksheet

GCSE and A-level Chemistry Writing Ionic Formulae worksheet

A worksheet for practicing writing the ionic formulae for 40 different ionic compounds and is useful in the teaching of the fundamentals of Chemistry. This worksheet can be used for both GCSE and A-level introductory work. Answers included.

By hf583

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

Ions, Atoms and Isotopes

Ions, Atoms and Isotopes

This lesson was desgined for AQA (9-1) GCSE specification. It includes 2 alternative PowerPoint presentations, one which recaps atomic structure and also a worksheet for assessment of the main ideas. Both PowerPoint's contain questions throughout to consolidate and assess understanding whilst also building up quality notes in exercise books.

By joeshilly93

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

Atoms, Elements and Compounds

Atoms, Elements and Compounds

This worksheet consists of three sections:Bronze - 1 or 2 marks questionsSilver - 3 or 4 marks questionsGold - 5 or 6 marks questionsSuitable as revision sheet for KS3 or KS4 Chemistry. Answers provided in separate file

By pittan

Separating Mixtures Lesson (KS3)

Separating Mixtures Lesson (KS3)

Practical lesson on Separating Mixtures (sand, salt and water) using Desert Island scenarioAll resources included, instructions in lesson plan. Differentiated to include hint for lower ability and extension work for higher ability.

By ehhastings

AQA C3.2 Water Revision Sheet

AQA C3.2 Water Revision Sheet

This is for the OLD AQA chemistry course.On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions!Covers:- Hard Water- Wasting Soap- Removal of Hardness- Water Treatment- Heating Hard Water- Fluoridation

By matthewgundry

AQA C3.4 Analysis and Synthesis Revision Sheets

AQA C3.4 Analysis and Synthesis Revision Sheets

This is for the OLD AQA chemistry course.Two sheets as I couldn't fit it all on one!On one side there are revision notes, and on the other revision questions!Covers:- Testing for Positive Ions- Testing for Negative Ions- Titrations- Titration Worked Example- Le Chatelier's Principle- Chemical Analysis- Making Ammonia- Economics of Haber Process

By matthewgundry

KS2 science practicals

KS2 science practicals

This booklet contains a list of lessons and equipment which you may be able to borrow from your local secondary school. The list comes from a school which is 11-16 (No A- level)Contacting the technician is the best place to start as they will know what equipment is being used in the next few weeks

By wheeler6

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