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GCSE Chemistry Rates of Reaction and Graphs Powerpoint (Edexcel 9-1 SC18a CC14a) Core Practical Prep

GCSE Chemistry Rates of Reaction and Graphs Powerpoint (Edexcel 9-1 SC18a CC14a) Core Practical Prep

Full Lesson PowerPoint (with suggested practical demonstrations) sufficient to teach the GCSE 9-1 specification Chemistry lesson on Rates of Reaction. Contrary to the suggested teaching order, this lesson is best delivered after teaching about collision theory and factors affecting reaction rate. The lesson consolidates factors affecting reaction rate, demonstrates the techniques used in the subsequent core practical, and provides much needed practice at drawing, interpreting and annotating reaction rate curves. The resource is accessible for students, easy for teachers to follow and is appropriate for Combined and Triple Science classes, Foundation and Higher tiers.
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New 9-1 AQA GCSE  Chem Organic topics C9-C10-C11

New 9-1 AQA GCSE Chem Organic topics C9-C10-C11

This is a full series of resources that take you through all three of these NEW 9-1 AQA GCSE organic chemistry topics C9 - Basic hydrocarbons , alkanes and crude oil work C10-Other functional groups of alkenes, carboxylic acids and alcohols C11-Addition and condensation polymerisation There are a range of pwpts for each lesson , linked homework tasks, learning journeys, etc etc
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Elements of the Periodic Table Lesson Bundle! (36 Slides + 4 Worksheets with over 60 Questions!)

Elements of the Periodic Table Lesson Bundle! (36 Slides + 4 Worksheets with over 60 Questions!)

A classroom lesson bundle consisting of 36 Slides and 4 Worksheets with over 60 questions related to understanding chemical properties (reactivity) and physical properties (boiling and melting points) of Group 1 Alkaline Metal, Group 17 Halogens and Group 18 Noble gases as you go down the respective groups. Content include the chemical and physical changes of elements across period 3 (such as reactivity, melting and boiling points, basic-amphoteric-acidic), properties of transition elements, their uses in industry and the colour identification of transition elements. Content suitable for 4-5 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Elements of the Periodic Table Classroom Lesson Slides (Group 1,17,18, and Transition Elements)

Elements of the Periodic Table Classroom Lesson Slides (Group 1,17,18, and Transition Elements)

A classroom lesson presentation consisting of 36 Slides related to understanding chemical properties (reactivity) and physical properties (boiling and melting points) of Group 1 Alkaline Metal, Group 17 Halogens and Group 18 Noble gases as you go down the respective groups. Content include the chemical and physical changes of elements across period 3 (such as reactivity, melting and boiling points, basic-amphoteric-acidic), properties of transition elements, their uses in industry and the colour identification of transition elements. Content suitable for 4-5 consecutive lessons. Suited for students in KS 4.
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Elements of the Periodic Table Worksheet (Group 1,17, 18 and Transition Elements)

Elements of the Periodic Table Worksheet (Group 1,17, 18 and Transition Elements)

4 Worksheets consisting over 60 questions related to test the understanding chemical properties (reactivity) and physical properties (boiling and melting points) of Group 1 Alkaline Metal, Group 17 Halogens and Group 18 Noble gases as you go down the respective groups. Questions include the chemical and physical changes of elements across period 3 (such as reactivity, melting and boiling points, basic-amphoteric-acidic), properties of transition elements, their uses in industry and the colour identification of transition elements. Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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Chemical Bonds Classroom Bundle (27 Slides + 5 Worksheets)

Chemical Bonds Classroom Bundle (27 Slides + 5 Worksheets)

27 Slides and 5 Worksheets containing over 60 questions related to chemical bonding (ionic and colavent bonding) of metals and non metals,constructing electron arrangement, the structure of ionic compounds and covalent compounds (Lewis structure and atomic structure), the presence of ions and molecules, characteristics of giant covalent structures, the formation of isotopes, the chemical and physical characteristics of metals, ionic and covalent compounds (ability to conduct electricity in solid and liquid state, solubility in organic solvents and water, melting and boiling points). Content is suitable for 3-4 consecutive lessons. Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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Ionic and Covalent Bonding Worksheets (5 Worksheets, over 60 questions)

Ionic and Covalent Bonding Worksheets (5 Worksheets, over 60 questions)

5 Worksheets containing over 60 questions related to chemical bonding (ionic and colavent bonding) of metals and non metals,constructing electron arrangement, the structure of ionic compounds and covalent compounds (Lewis structure and atomic structure), the presence of ions and molecules, characteristics of giant covalent structures, the formation of isotopes, the chemical and physical characteristics of metals, ionic and covalent compounds (ability to conduct electricity in solid and liquid state, solubility in organic solvents and water, melting and boiling points). Worksheets suited for students in KS 4.
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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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6 mark organic chemistry synthesis questions

6 mark organic chemistry synthesis questions

I created this resource to go with the Edexcel A level chemistry course. It is designed to give students practice at a new style of question in the recent summer Examinations where students are given a start and finish material and a list of chemicals in which to carry out the synthesis. I have tried to use molecules with a 'purpose' and all reactions used are covered by the new syllabus from all 3 organic chemistry topics (topic 6, 17 + 18) Organic chemistry 1, organic chemistry 2 and organic chemistry 3. I have included rudimentary mark schemes but my students have found these useful in pulling together all their organic chemistry knowledge and reactions.
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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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