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Instructions on how to make a marble chip burner.
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Includes the CHIP hazard symbols on a single A4 sheet for display as a poster.
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This edition includes notes on unsafe fume cupboards, an electrically unsafe power pack, banned chemicals, and a tip on how to suspend marble chips for heating.
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 Please note: This is a temporary resource providing a summary Contents List of all recipe sheets published to date. RB 000 is a working document, subject to frequent changes as our guidance is update.. more
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Index to currently published guidance on the preparation of specific solutions and other reagents. Includes a summary Contents List giving the dates of the most recent versions of recipes. Note: this .. more
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This activity can be used to help pupils learn about fire safety, flash points, combustion of oil and the 'fire triangle'.
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Guidance for the preparation of carbon dioxide gas.
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Please note: This is a temporary resource containing the model risk assessment information and experimental points as they appeared on the reverse sides of the final edition of the CHIP Hazcards. This.. more
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This video shows the use of the CLEAPSS marble chip holder. On heating calcium carbonate, it decomposes to calcium oxide which at high temperature produces light (limelight). The reaction is quantitat.. more
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Advice on the hazard classifications of common chemical solutions, and what to put on labels for laboratory use, now including details on how to re-label old (CHIP4) bottles.
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