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Provides useful and brief practical advice on the issues which need to be considered before bringing animals into your laboratory or classroom. 

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Instructions to make a novel and inexpensive general colorimeter using LEDs. We would welcome feedback from users.

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Sensible advice on the minimal risks to pregnant individuals posed by practical school science 

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This Guidance Leaflet, GL 227 replaces CLEAPSS guide R9a Fume Cupboards: Suppliers & Repairers. A guide to school fume cupboards meeting the recommendations of Building Bulletin 88.The aim is to l.. more

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• 'Required' practicals for A Levels• Dissecting whole guts of animals• PS081 Fireworks & Explosives - Update• The Thermite Reaction - new method!• HAZCARDS - Now fully revised and available to bu.. more

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This video demonstrates a microscale method for preparing copper sulfate crystals, including the reaction, filtration and evaporation stages.

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Using mercury metal, mercury oxides, chlorides, nitrates(V) and others, safely in practical work.

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This document gives guidance on how “Thinking and working scientifically” (formerly known as How Science Works) skills can be developed through practical work in microbiology. The document gives.. more

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How to prepare solutions of phosphoric(V) acid.

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Risk assessment information for tetrachoroethene (also called perchloroethylene) and trichloroethene. Note that trichloroethene is NOT the same as 1,1,1-trichloroethane (see Hazcard 103A for this).

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