Making and Using Electricity Unit Guide

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This Salters’ Chemistry Course unit from the University of York Science Education Group covered:
* The conversion of chemical energy to electrical energy.
* The construction and operation of electrochemical cells.
* The conversion of electrical energy to chemical energy during electrolysis.
* The use of electrolysis in electroplating, anodising and the manufacture of important chemicals.

Core contents
MUE1: How can we get electricity from chemicals?
MUE2: What is electricity?
MUE3: How do cells work?
MUE4: Everyday cells and batteries.
MUE5: How do we use electricity?
MUE6: Why is electrolysis so important?
MUE7: How is aluminium anodised?
MUE8: How are useful materials obtained from salt?

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