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Each link (although they may appear to be the same) covers a different aspect of studying atoms and elements. Watch a video explaining atomic structure - test your knowledge of compounds with a quizz - learn the basics on this British Broadcasting Corporation's student study site.
Everything you need to know about atoms & molecules, energy, matter, force and motion, the earth, temperature and more. Includes articles, videos, interactive games & activities, lesson plans and resource lists.
This website, provided by the Royal Society of Chemistry offers video tutorials, articles, and cool facts about Chemistry in action. Want to learn something fun & interesting about Chemistry in the workplace? Check out this website!
Use these amazing tutorials to help you learn all that you could need to know about Chemistry.
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The Elements by Dan Green
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
. THE ELEMENTS unlocks a free 64-page digital companion book, ELEMENTS COLLECTOR, offering even more information, photos, and videos! Discovering the elements is discovering life itself. What are we made of? What keeps us and our universe in motion? Everything we are, and see around us, and create, is made up of a little over 90 elements, many of which have existed since the beginning of time and space
Crazy Chemistry by John Townsend
Publication Date: 2007-01-01
Chemicals are everywhere, and some are deadly - they can burn flesh, choke us or even blast us to bits. This book shows how chemists through the ages risked their lives with poison gases, lethal liquids and dangerous reactions. Read how they tried to turn ordinary metals into gold, how urine was made into a glow-in-the-dark explosive, and how chemistry can catch murderers.
Think Science - see it, hear it, do it - amazing sources to fuel your interests
Published by the Royal Society of Chemistry (British) this publication looks at the science behind nail polish, other common items, and also explores related topics - for example, "When Art and Chemistry Collide" (July 2014) .