Apr 171 minChemistry Week Friday AnswerThere’s nothing wrong with a little trial and error - this is science after all and mistakes are welcome, as long as we learn from them! Well done and get re...

Apr 171 minChemistry Week Friday QuestionToday we are revisiting a previous challenge, only this time it’s a little harder. We’re still looking to balance the equation but we need to take another st...

Apr 161 minChemistry Week Thursday AnswerEureka! We’re always thinking about how to accurately record our results, so we should always remember to use the right equipment. There’s no room for guessi...

Apr 161 minChemistry Week Thursday QuestionSometimes science requires us to become investigators. In this challenge, you need to be critical of the set up of the experiment. Think about what you would...

Apr 151 minChemistry Week Wednesday QuestionThis time your challenge comes from a real GCSE past paper. This question is worth two marks so that means you should give two reasons. Why not tell us those...

Apr 141 minChemistry Week Wednesday AnswerThe stronger the bond the more energy it takes to change the state of solids. That one makes a lot of sense really. Equip yourself with the knowledge to meet...

Apr 141 minChemistry Week Tuesday AnswerOnce you count the atoms on both sides of the equation, the maths to balance them is easy. We hope you enjoyed our refresher on balancing equations today. We...

Apr 141 minChemistry Week Tuesday QuestionWelcome to another chemistry challenge! Today we are looking at balancing equations. So grab a pencil and a piece of paper and don’t forget to take your time...

Apr 141 minChemistry Week Monday AnswerThose definitions certainly set the record straight! If you want to really solidify your knowledge of any subject, you should try teaching other people. This...

Apr 141 minChemistry Week Monday QuestionLet’s begin at the beginning! It’s always a good idea to refresh our memories with some of the basics. Share and compare your definitions in the comments sec...

Apr 141 minWelcome to Chemistry Week!We hope you enjoyed English Week! This time we’re going to get our hands dirty with some equation balancing and some questions taken from past GCSE papers th...