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Most A-Level Physics syllabi require students to sketch various combinations of electric field patterns (e.g. a positive point charge and negative point charge, or a positive point charge to a neg.. more

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The monkey and hunter experiment is a useful demonstration of projectile motion, specifically the independence of horizontal and vertical velocities. It is typically demonstrated at AS Level, but .. more

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This document provides guidance on investigating the destruction of vitamin C in liquid and solid food materials caused by heating.

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Sulfuric(VI) acid does not exhibit the usual properties of an acid unless it is dissolved in water. In this activity, the concentrated acid acts as a dehydrating agent, removing the water of crystalli.. more

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Concentrated sulfuric(VI) acid acts as both a dehydrating and oxidising agent with organic material such as carbohydrates. The carbon produced by dehydration is then oxidised to carbon dioxide and car.. more

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Sulfuric(VI) acid does not exhibit the usual properties of an acid unless it is dissolved in water. In this activity, the concentrated acid acts as an oxidising agent. Copper is oxidised to copper(II).. more

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Concentrated sulfuric(VI) acid reacts with solid samples of Group 1 halides (chloride, bromide or iodide) to form hydrogen halide gases and other products. The activity illustrates the behaviour of co.. more

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Electroplating is an important industrial application of electrolysis and is studied in many pre-16 and post-16 courses. Electroplating processes often involve coating a metal object with another meta.. more

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Making solutions is an essential skill in chemistry. When accuracy is required (eg, for titration work), a volumetric flask is used.

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The use of a pipette is essential for delivering accurate volumes of liquid and carrying out volumetric analysis. It is important that the correct handling of the apparatus is carefully taught. The te.. more

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