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Cosmetic Science

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides formulae and information on
cosmetic preparations that can easily be made in schools. These experiments encourage students to think about what substitutions can be made, as well as practising weighing and measuring and studying the effects of...

Crime Detection

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides practical activities in which students investigate aspects of forensic science. The resource can be used as part of cross-curricular learning and case studies are provided to encourage logical thought, debate and discussion and decision making skills....

Dyes and Dyeing

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides practical activities which investigate dyes and dyeing.

[b]Contents:[/b]
1. Introduction
2. Vegetable dyes
3. Fastness of dyes
4. Mineral dyes
5. Synthetic dyes - development of the industry
6. Synthetic dyes...

Enamelling

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides practical activities in which students can produce their own enamelled objects using copper. Some projects can be undertaken by some students in Key Stage Two whilst others are suitable for Key Stage Three or Four students. These activities may be used...

Fibres

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series provides practical experiments which investigate the inherent properties of many natural and artificial fibres. It also considers methods of modifying and finishing older fabrics to add some of the properties that synthetic materials offer.

The resource...

Flow

This booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series investigates the flow properties of substances, whether solid, liquid or gaseous, a subject which is relevant to the sciences of physics, biology, geology and meteorology. After a set of practical experiments, background information is given on: the kinetic...

Glassmaking

In this booklet in the Griffin Technical Studies series, a second edition published in 1975, students are given instructions on how to make and work with glass. Tables are given to show the chemical compositions and weights of different types of glass mixture. Multiple choice questions are provided to check...

Contemporary School Mathematics Exercises: 1

This resource, published by Edward Arnold, was written to supply a set of examples on the 'modern' topics required for the St. Dunstan's College O-level examination syllabus, but many of the chapters go beyond the needs of O-level.

The text preceding each exercise is brief, but there are references to other...

Geometry and Logic

This resource from the Contemporary School Mathematics collection published by Edward Arnold, was written in the belief that there is still value in the examination of Euclidean geometry as a logical system, whatever other approach may be used to increase the students' spatial perception.

The topics covered...

Matrices: Pure and Applied

This resource from the Contemporary School Mathematics collection published by Edward Arnold, is intended as an extension and continuation of Matrices 1 and Matrices 2 at Sixth Form level. The book contains a short revision of '0' level matrix work but is, in fact, completely self-contained. The first section (...

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