Ionic and Molecular Compounds Infographic misses out giant covalent yet lists SiO2 as covalent example.

Science chemistry Ionic and Molecular bonds Compounds Infographic misses out giant covalent yet lists as covalent example.

The chemical elements found in the various components of a smartphone. Click the 'view site' button to read more and download.

(Related to Content Area) Compound Interest is a website that provides a deeper look at the chemical compounds we come across on a daily basis.

Acids and Alkalis - The pH Scale

pH Scale - pH is temperature dependent. Strictly speaking, pure water only has a pH of 7 at ‘room temperature’ Above and below this temperature, it can vary: for example, at the pH of pure water is whilst at it’s

During this unit we used a “cheat sheet” to help us learn how to name. The image above is an example of one of the cheat sheets that we used

Organic Chemistry Nomenclature- this will be a lifesaver this year, I'm printing this & putting it in my binder.

Pyridoxal phosphate. Ascorbic and Nicotonic acids. Alpha-Tocopherol. Menadione. You've probably been eating all these chemicals in your food for years — and that's a very good thing.

You've Been Eating These Chemicals In Your Food For Years

Vitamins are an important part of our diet, but you probably haven’t given a great deal of thought to their chemical structures. This graphic shows chemical structures for all 13 vitamins;

Everyday Compounds 5 - Sodium Hypochlorite (Bleach). Click 'visit site' to read more & download.

It’s been a little while since the last entry in the Everyday Compounds series, so today’s post takes a look at Sodium Hypochlorite.

Compound Interest - The Chemistry of Eggs & Egg Shells

It's Easter tomorrow – as we've done the chemistry of chocolate to death, here's the chemistry of eggs instead!