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Flame colours – a demonstration- Learn Chemistry Alkali Metal, Chemistry, Colours, Science, School, Education, Learning, Ideas

Flame colours: a demonstration

Show the flame colours of alkali metals, alkaline earth metals, and other metal salts by safely spraying sodium chloride, potassium chloride, lithium chloride, copper sulfate and ethanol through a bunsen flame.

'Magic' writing revealed with colour changing reactions Magic S, Pictures To Draw, Experiment, Chemistry, Science, Messages, Writing, Learning

'Magic' writing revealed with colour changing reactions

Reveal invisible messages or pictures drawn on absorbent paper with a variety of colourless, dilute, aqueous solutions by spraying them with suitable reagents.

Make your own spectrometer with a DVD and a smartphone camera. This resource includes teacher, technician, and student guides. Smartphone, Student Guide, Chemistry, Science, Education, Learning, Flag

Smartphone spectrometer

Make your own spectrometer with a DVD and a smartphone camera. This resource includes teacher, technician, and student guides.

The light sensitive silver halides, silver chloride, silver bromide and silver iodide, are used to make photographic film and photographic paper. In this experiment, a photographic print is produced. Photographic Film, Chemistry, How To Make, Science, Silver, Photographers, Education, Printing, Learning

Making a photographic print

The light sensitive silver halides, silver chloride, silver bromide and silver iodide, are used to make photographic film and photographic paper. In this experiment, a photographic print is produced.

A series of short experiments and demonstrations about the chemistry of light, taken from a lecture by Peter Wothers from the University of Cambridge Chemistry, Science, Learning, Reading, Flag, Study, Teaching, Studying, Education

The Chemistry of Light: Part 2

A series of short experiments and demonstrations about the chemistry of light, taken from a lecture by Peter Wothers from the University of Cambridge

The chemistry of fireworks- Learn Chemistry Chemistry Of Fireworks, Science, Fireworks, Chemistry, Education, Learning, Flag

Chemistry of fireworks

Reverend Ron Lancaster MBE showcases how chemistry is involved in making fireworks with some fantastic demonstrations. Warning: These demonstrations have been tailored for this lecture. If you are to perform similar experiments in your laboratory, please make sure you carry out a full risk assessment. Video: Chemistry of ...

Dyeing three colours from the same dye bath- Learn Chemistry Chemistry, Third, Science, Colours, Bath, Learning, Bathing, Flag, Bathrooms

Dyeing three colours from the same dye bath

Illustrate the specific chemical interactions between the dye and the molecular nature of different fibres.

Assessment for Learning Chemistry: Was ist in einem Feuerwerk? - Learn Chemistry Source by dystatic Assessment For Learning, Fireworks, Chemistry, Student, Science, Activities, How To Plan, Education, Learning

Investigating the chemistry of how fireworks work | 14-16 years

Explore the principles behind fireworks and what makes the different colours we see when they go off using this lesson plan with activities for 14-16 year olds.

How to Make Potassium Carbonate Science, How To Make, Flag

How to Make Potassium Carbonate

Potassium carbonate, also known as potash in its crude form, has the chemical symbol K2CO3. It can be made by burning organic material and using the ash that is produced. This is because potassium and carbon are present in many living things. Potash is used in the making of soap and glass and was traditionally ...