How the difficulty teachers were experiencing in demonstrating the preparation of iron(II) sulfide to students was solved through action research.
Illustrating the angles subtended at the eye by one lamp and the image of the other as seen in the mirror.
In this article we show how similar principles can be used to move a polystyrene ball in a circular path.
Dilution of a weak acid.
Matter can be described and explained in a number of ways, using models of increasing complexity depending on the intended audience.
The nature of light and how it is affected by gravity is discussed.
A team of year 12 students investigated the likelihood of the various possible causes of death after children had swallowed button batteries
The analysis of this household product provides an excellent everyday example of a neutralisation reaction and allows students the opportunity to c
John F. McCullagh
The study and understanding of paleomagnetism has been pivotal in the development of the theory of plate tectonics.
Are chemicals good for you?
The notorious ease with which headphone flex becomes knotted provides the basis for classroom projects showing how cutting-edge mathematics and exp
Robert A. J. Matthews