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Isotopes, mass number and relative atomic mass

Isotopes, mass number and relative atomic mass

In the first lesson students use the hook of Ramesses II and carbon dating to introduce the idea of isotopes. Following the PowerPoint, students test their knowledge with a series of questions. In the second lesson students use sodium as an example to explore the idea of relative atomic mass. Students run through calculating relative atomic masses from isotope abundances and use their knowledge to answer the questions.
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Electrochemistry Bundle (44 Slides + 7 Worksheets, 90+ Questions)

Electrochemistry Bundle (44 Slides + 7 Worksheets, 90+ Questions)

A classroom lesson bundle consisting of 44 slides and 7 Worksheets with over 90 questions covering all aspects of electrochemistry, including how to define and determine an electrolyte, the definition of a molten and aqueous solution, the definition and process of electrolysis, determining the anode and cathode, factors affecting the selection of products of electrolysis such as types of electrolyte (molten, aqueous solution), the position of metals in the reactivity series, the concentration of the electrolyte, the type of electrodes used (electroplating) and the benefits of electroplating. Furthermore, the lesson slides include the construction of a voltaic cell, the function and usage of a porous pot and salt bridge, the method of selecting the anode and cathode based on the reactivity series, the observations of the displacement reaction, the voltage generated from the displacement reaction to act as a voltaic cell. The slides do explain the construction of half equations and ionic equations in electrolysis and voltaic cells. Content of the slides are suited for 5-6 consecutive classes. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Testing for gases cut and stick

Testing for gases cut and stick

This is designed to go with the new AQA GCSE 'Chemical analysis' topic within the lesson testing for gases. It is designed to get students to give a good overview of the tests for oxygen, hydrogen, carbon dioxide and chlorine gas along with the positive and negative results.
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Electrochemistry Classroom Lesson Slides (44 Slides)

Electrochemistry Classroom Lesson Slides (44 Slides)

A classroom lesson presentation consisting of 44 slides covering all aspects of electrochemistry, including how to define and determine an electrolyte, the definition of a molten and aqueous solution, the definition and process of electrolysis, determining the anode and cathode, factors affecting the selection of products of electrolysis such as types of electrolyte (molten, aqueous solution), the position of metals in the reactivity series, the concentration of the electrolyte, the type of electrodes used (electroplating) and the benefits of electroplating. Furthermore, the lesson slides include the construction of a voltaic cell, the function and usage of a porous pot and salt bridge, the method of selecting the anode and cathode based on the reactivity series, the observations of the displacement reaction, the voltage generated from the displacement reaction to act as a voltaic cell. The slides do explain the construction of half equations and ionic equations in electrolysis and voltaic cells. Content of the slides are suited for 5-6 consecutive classes. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Voltaic Cell, Displacement Reaction and Combined (Electrolysis + Voltaic Cell) Worksheets

Voltaic Cell, Displacement Reaction and Combined (Electrolysis + Voltaic Cell) Worksheets

3 Worksheets consisting over 40 questions with questions related to the function of a voltaic cell, selection process of anode and cathode based on the reactivity series, constructing reactivity series based on voltage and terminals of various metals together, determining voltage output based on voltaic cell data of unknown metals, understanding the function of a porous pot and a salt bridge, understanding the occurrence of a displacement reaction and their observations when different metals are placed into salt solutions. Advanced questions include the combination of a voltaic cell to power an electrolysis process. Questions suited for students in KS 4.
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Electrolysis and Electroplating Worksheets

Electrolysis and Electroplating Worksheets

4 Worksheets consisting over 50 questions related to electrolysis and electroplating, questions include classification of electrolyte, molten and aqueous solutions, flow of electrons, the product selection at the anode and cathode based on position in the electrochemical series, the concentration of the electrolyte and type of electrodes used, constructing chemical equations and half equations, conducting electroplating and uses of it. Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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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
Acid and Bases Bundle (34 Slides, 6 Worksheets, 90 Questions)

Acid and Bases Bundle (34 Slides, 6 Worksheets, 90 Questions)

34 Slides + 6 Worksheets, over 90 qustions for an entire chapter coverage consisting of theoretical concepts of acid and base, hydroxide and hydrogen ion dissociation, pH values, pH indicators (universal indicator, methyl orange indicator and litmus paper), strong and weak acids and bases, uses of acid and bases, calculation of concentration and moles, constructing chemical equations of neutralisation reactions, the usage of indicators to determine acid-alkali neutralisation via titration, the usage of a pH probe to determine the point of neutralisation, essay and uses neutralisation in industry, medical and agriculture fields. Content sufficient for 4-5 consecutive classes. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Acid and Bases Classroom Lesson Slides (34 Slides)

Acid and Bases Classroom Lesson Slides (34 Slides)

34 Slides for an entire chapter coverage consisting of theoretical concepts of acid and base, hydroxide and hydrogen ion dissociation, pH values, pH indicators (universal indicator, methyl orange indicator and litmus paper), strong and weak acids and bases, uses of acid and bases, calculation of concentration and moles, constructing chemical equations of neutralisation reactions, the usage of indicators to determine acid-alkali neutralisation via titration, the usage of a pH probe to determine the point of neutralisation, essay and uses neutralisation in industry, medical and agriculture fields. Content sufficient for 4-5 consecutive classes. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Acid and Bases Calculation Worksheets (3 Worksheets, over 40 Questions)

Acid and Bases Calculation Worksheets (3 Worksheets, over 40 Questions)

3 Worksheets consisting over 40 questions designed to focus on constructing balanced equations, determining mole ratio based on types of acid used (monoprotic, diprotic, triprotic acid), converting between concentration, molarity , mole and volume, and determining moles, volume and mass of product and reactants produced from acid base reactions. Dilution and titration concepts are included in questions as well. Worksheet suited for students in KS 4.
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Acid and Bases, Titration, pH values and Indicators Worksheets (3 Worksheets, 45 Questions)

Acid and Bases, Titration, pH values and Indicators Worksheets (3 Worksheets, 45 Questions)

3 Worksheets consisting over 45 Questions consisting of theoretical concepts of acid and base, hydroxide and hydrogen ion dissociation, pH values, pH indicators (universal indicator, methyl orange indicator and litmus paper), strong and weak acids and bases, calculation of concentration and moles, constructing chemical equations of neutralisation reactions, the usage of indicators to determine acid-alkali neutralisation via titration, the usage of a pH probe to determine the point of neutralisation, essay and experiment planning questions in comparison of acid and base products. Bonus questions includes the thermal decomposition of carbonates (the use of lime and limestone). Suited for students in KS 4.
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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.
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