Chemical Techniques and Applications
Add context to your chemistry practical work with these ideas and supporting resources from the Royal Society of Chemistry.
- Faces of Chemistry: scientists talk about their work, their inspiration for studying chemistry and potential career opportunities.
- Challenging Medicines - a rich source of information, ideas and instruction sheets relevant to many commonly studied topics in chemistry and biology, providing greater breadth to the study of medicine related topics.
- Challenging Plants – includes information and experiments, chosen from the contexts of fertilisers, soil or plant science, provide new and different examples that illustrate commonly studied topics in chemistry and biology.
- Modern chemical techniques provides background information on the common analytical techniques
- More Modern Chemical Techniques explores a range of industrial processes making use of chemical techniques
This book, from the Royal society of Chemistry, provides resource materials and background information for the following analytical techniques:
• Mass spectrometry
• Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
• Infrared spectroscopy
• Ultraviolet/visible spectroscopy
This book, from the Royal society of Chemistry (RSC), provides information on the following analytical techniques commonly used in industry, research and other analytical laboratories:
*Atomic absorption spectrometry (AAS)
*X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (XRF)
Faces of Chemistry is a collection of videos and resources produced by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) to highlight the importance of chemistry in real life and the different applications. The series explores how chemical research leads to new products and technologies, highlights careers opportunities from...
Challenging Medicines consists of a number of resources which are a rich source of information, with ideas and instruction sheets relevant to many commonly studied topics in chemistry and biology, providing greater breadth to the study of medicine related topics.