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A straightforward practical activity investigating how antimicrobial chemicals affect microbial growth on agar plates.
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The low melting point of gallium metal is demonstrated, eg by using warm water to melt a sample or by making it into a spoon shape and showing that it melts when used to stir a cup of tea.
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An invaluable practical guide on how to safely undertake a range of visually and intellectually appealing chemical reactions. Includes alternatives to some traditional activities such as the thermit r.. more
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Health and safety advice for investigating the sense of touch, taste/smell, and the effects on the body of eating
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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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The CASE (Cognitive Acceleration in Science Education) project includes a number of practical activities used to stimulate children's thinking. This document offers some advice on these practical and .. more
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A diy device for keeping lithium submerged under paraffin liquid during storage
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A list of equipment needed by a science technician for the effective provision, management, and disposal of microbiology resources. There is also a customisable spreadsheet which some users may find u.. more
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This edition includes some notes on CLEAPSS staffing, the RPA service, the dangers of jequirty beads, pressure cookers, the Home Office project 'Secure Your Chemicals', warnings about some lasers and .. more
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Alginate beads are used to trap (immobilise) enzymes, yeast and algae. These immobilised beads can be recovered from experiments and re-used to reduce costs and save time.
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