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This important demonstration proves the existence of ions as charged particles. Using microscale, it can be carried out safely and quickly in a well ventilated laboratory and projected onto a screen s.. more
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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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Brief risk assessment guidance and experimental notes for a range of activities involving potassium nitrate(V) and sodium nitrate(V) salts (Hazcard 82).
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Micro electrolysis of molten salts
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Risk assessment guidance for caesium chloride; lithium chloride; sodium bromide, chloride, iodide; potassium bromide, chloride, iodide; rubidium chloride.
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This video demonstrates the 'traditional' method for demonstrating electrolysis of molten salts, as well as a new microscale method showing the difference in conductivity.
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The flame test is a useful analytical technique for identifying unknown substances. This nichrome wire method avoids the use of concentrated hydrochloric acid.
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Using zinc metal, and zinc oxide, carbonate, sulfate (VI), chloride and bromide, safely in practical work.
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An overview of the techniques and equipment used and covered in the Microscale Science
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Viruses will only grow inside host cells. The size of a population of viruses can be estimated for comparison purposes by identifying where host cells have been killed (viral plaques). This illustrate.. more
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