Year 7 Chemistry PDF Workbook

$89.00

PDF workbook covering Year 7 Chemistry for the Australian curriculum.

 
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Coverage of the Australian Curriculum

Year 7 Chemistry – Science Understanding

  • Mixtures, including solutions, contain a combination of pure substances that can be separated using a range of techniques (ACSSU113)

 
Workbook Content

  1.   Introduction to the Science Laboratory
      1.1   Laboratory Equipment and Scientific Diagrams
      1.2   The Bunsen Burner
      1.3   The Scientific Method
      1.4   Practical Reports
      1.5   Branches of Science

  2.   Mixtures
      2.1   Pure Substances and Mixtures
      2.2   Solutions and Solubility
      2.3   Separation of Mixtures
      2.4   Separation of Mixtures – Research Assignment

  3.   Practical Experiments
      3.1   Boiling Water Using a Bunsen Burner
      3.2   Making Observations in Science
      3.3   Heating Copper Sulfate
      3.4   Determining When to Add Milk to a Cup of Tea
      3.5   Identifying Pure Substances and Mixtures
      3.6   Soluble and Insoluble Substances
      3.7   Temperature and Solubility
      3.8   Filtration and Evaporation
      3.9   Making a Water Filter
      3.10  Magnetic Separation
      3.11  Separating Ink Using Paper Chromatography

Includes teacher version containing comprehensive answers for all worksheets.

147 pages

 
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