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Chemical reactions: Connected Learning Experience (CLE)

In this investigation, four different types of chemical reactions are performed one at a time. Students then test their understanding by performing six further reactions and for each one: predict the products, identify the type of reaction and write balanced word and symbol equations.

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Chemical Reactions: student guide

This is a student guide that takes an in-depth look at chemical reactions with individual chapters on the structure of atoms, chemical changes and formula, radioactivity and nuclear energy, energy changes, and reactions involving acids and bases. Each part or chapter of this resource contains information, images and diagrams, ...

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VisChem topic 4: energy in chemical reactions

This web page contains a video and animations exploring the distribution of molecular kinetic energy in solid, liquid and gaseous water, as well as the changes in chemical energy during reactions. Four animations depict the reaction mechanisms and energy profiles involved in organic substitution reactions.

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Chemical reactions: student digital

This is a student digital resource that contains interactive materials for a comprehensive study of chemical reactions including the structure of atoms, elements and the periodic table, chemical reaction rates and energy, radiation, and the chemistry of acids and bases. This resource contains a rich array of digital interactives, ...

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Chemical reactions: teacher guide

This is a teacher guide containing material to support the planning and implementing of lessons for a unit on chemical reactions. It covers topics such as atomic structure, elements and the Periodic Table, chemical reaction rates and energy, conservation of mass, radioactivity, combustion, and reactions involving acids ...

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Popcorn, pikelets and chemical reactions: Connected Learning Experience

In this Connected Learning Experience students explore important chemical reactions such as neutralisation and combustion and their application in our world. They students will review the signs that indicate a chemical reaction has taken place and then apply this knowledge to their investigations.

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A mini chemistry set in a stick

Do you know how glowsticks work? Watch this clip and discover the chemical reaction that takes place when you snap a glowstick and release the reactants. Find out about chemiluminescence in nature, when scientists first created glowing sticks and the chemical equation that describes the reaction. Can you guess which glowstick ...

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Laptop Wrap: Chemical Equations

A page with a focus on completing and balancing chemical equations with supporting activities and links to resources.

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Science Years 5–6 with Mrs Carmeli: The Material World – How to make Slime

In this lesson, you will learn what happens when we combine different materials to make a new mixture or substance. Mrs Carmeli will show you some simple investigations, using different household ingredients, to determine which materials are best for making slime.

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Differences between Photosynthesis and Respiration

Students use this resource consisting of four slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand the differences between photosynthesis and respiration. These are summarised in word equations. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.

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experiMENTALS: Bubble 07 diversion grenades

This resource contains a materials and instruction list and brief explanation for students about the process of carrying out a chemical reaction between bicarbonate of soda and vinegar.

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experiMENTALS: Relightable candle

This resource contains a materials and instruction list and brief explanation for students about the process of relighting a candle. This activity is most likely to be done as a teacher demonstration for safety and classroom management reasons, particularly at primary school level. Do this experiment to learn how a candle ...

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Chemical products that change our lives

Travel back one hundred years in time to observe the technologies that people were using and to consider the technologies that had have yet to be invented. View the types of new substances that were invented by chemists during the last century.

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Fountain of fizz

Have you ever wondered how many bubbles there are in a bottle of soft drink? What if they all shot out the bottle at the same time in a fountain of fizz! Watch as Ruben Meerman, the Surfing Scientist explores where bubbles come from and how they form, with spectacular results!

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Hot chilli contest

Why does eating a chilli give your mouth a burning sensation? Watch the fun as Adam and Dr Karl put three contestants through a chilli-eating contest to explain why chillies taste hot. Then discover the secret antidote to chilli heat.

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Reaction rates: Connected Learning Experience (CLE)

This CLE investigates factors which affect reaction rates by conducting experiments. Students will then use their knowledge and understanding of reaction rates to take on the role of a process chemist charged with controlling the time taken for a specific reaction to take place. This CLE provides teachers with five inquiry-based ...

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The bang behind fireworks!

Ever wondered how fireworks are created? In this clip, pyrotechnics expert John Conkling describes the chemical and physical components of fireworks, and demonstrates many coloured explosions in a laboratory. Discover that a fireworks display is a chemical reaction between an oxidiser such as potassium nitrate and a fuel ...

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Hydrogen and its properties

Imagine the possibilities if we could turn the most abundant element in the universe into a source of fuel. Watch as the Surfing Scientist, Ruben Meerman, investigates the properties of hydrogen and then demonstrates its potential as a fuel when he sets fire to hydrogen-filled soap bubbles.

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Make your own rocket fuel...!?!

You know what happens when the pressure in a bottle reaches extreme levels: KABOOM! Discover with Ruben and Bernie how mixing together some everyday household chemicals can fuel a fizzy fountain or a model rocket, with spectacular results. This is chemistry in motion.

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Reaction of Metals with Acid

Students use this resource consisting of four slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand that metals react with acid to produce salt and hydrogen and find out how to test for hydrogen gas. The reactivity series of metals is demonstrated. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.