Molecular Model Set – Key Stage 3 Chemistry

Code: 330-053

This model was designed to used with the UK Key Stage 3 Chemistry Syllabus


Kit outline

This kit introduces atoms, elements, compounds and their chemical symbols, molecular formulae and representations by colour coded parts, with an emphasis on modelling the conservation of mass during chemical reactions.
The set can be used to model the chemical reactions below;

  • Oxidation by combustion of hydrocarbons
  • Oxidation of through rusting of metals
  • Thermal decomposition of metal carbonates
  • Displacement reactions of metals in salts
  • Examples of common acids, bases and alkalis
  • Neutralization reactions of acids and alkalis
  • Reactions of acids with metals to produce a salt and hydrogen
  • Reactions of acids and alkalis to produce a salt and water
  • Material examples of Polymers, PVC and Polyethelene
  • Extraction of metals by the reduction of metal oxides by Carbon
  • Greenhouse effect through the production of CO2
  • Reactions of acid rain on the soil, metals and limestone
  • Respiration chemical reaction on glucose.
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Description

This model was designed to used with the UK Key Stage 3 Chemistry Syllabus

Kit outline

This kit introduces atoms, elements, compounds and their chemical symbols, molecular formulae and representations by colour coded parts, with an emphasis on modelling the conservation of mass during chemical reactions. The set can be used to model the chemical reactions below;

  • Oxidation by combustion of hydrocarbons
  • Oxidation of through rusting of metals
  • Thermal decomposition of metal carbonates
  • Displacement reactions of metals in salts
  • Examples of common acids, bases and alkalis
  • Neutralization reactions of acids and alkalis
  • Reactions of acids with metals to produce a salt and hydrogen
  • Reactions of acids and alkalis to produce a salt and water
  • Material examples of Polymers, PVC and Polyethelene
  • Extraction of metals by the reduction of metal oxides by Carbon
  • Greenhouse effect through the production of CO2
  • Reactions of acid rain on the soil, metals and limestone
  • Respiration chemical reaction on glucose.
( 330-053 )

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