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Preparing gases and testing for them

14-16 yrs

Preparing gases and testing for them

Gases such as hydrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and ammonia can be made using chemical reactions.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Chemicals in the lab and home

14-16 yrs

Chemicals in the lab and home

Household substances are all chemicals. You can also find chemicals in the laboratory.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Electricity in theory

14-16 yrs

Electricity in theory

Find out how electricity is produced in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Circuits

14-16 yrs

Circuits

How do circuits work, and how do you measure current and voltage? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Electricity in the real world

14-16 yrs

Electricity in the real world

Electricity is a very convenient form of energy, but where does it all come from? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Waves

14-16 yrs

Waves

What are waves and how do you describe them? Find out with this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Seismic waves

14-16 yrs

Seismic waves

Seismic waves travel through the Earth. There are two types - P waves and S waves.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Force, gravity and weight

14-16 yrs

Force, gravity and weight

What's a force and how does gravity affect us? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

The solar system and outer space

14-16 yrs

The solar system and outer space

The Earth is part of the solar system. But how big is the rest of outer space? Find out in this activity.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Science (Edexcel)

Heart disease and circulation

14-16 yrs

Heart disease and circulation

The heart requires its own constant blood supply in order to keep beating.

Website : GCSE Bitesize: Additional Science (Gateway)

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