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Tackling practicals for students with SEND

It’s easy when you’re prepared

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Teaching organic mechanisms

How to help students get to grips with organic reaction mechanisms

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Working with units and prefixes

How to help students use units and prefixes correctly and easily convert between them

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Hydrochloric acid

The science behind one of the most commonly used laboratory acids

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Ethanoic acid

Hayley Bennett reveals the science behind everyone’s favourite household acid

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  • States of matter and particle theory

  • How to make lab work safe

  • Chemical formulas and equations

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FROM THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF CHEMISTRY