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10 things you can do, study or reflect on in the classroom
The Department of Physics and Chemistry of IES Valle del Saja recently delighted us with an excellent thread 🧵 about “10 things you can do, study or reflect on in the classroom":
@alcarazr propuso que hiciese una entrada en nuestra web con las 💊💊 como no vi el encaje allá van en forma de 🧵Podría ser:— Departamento Física y Química IES Valle del Saja (@fqsaja1) July 7, 2020
"10 cosas que puedes hacer, estudiar o reflexionar en el aula"
Allá van, 👇👇👇👇
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Table of Contents
1. Silver Mirror
2. Flame Spectra
Suitable ions, methanol, flame 🔥 and… fireworks 🎆🎇.
3. Copper Nitrate Fountain
Chemical reactions cause variations in concentration, temperature or pressure that allow to generate bright and colorful fountains ⛲.
4. Golden Rain
Some precipitates are so spectacular that they almost turn them into works of art.
5. Spectra in Discharge Tubes
Another search for color and for deciphering the bar codes hidden in each radiation.
Fireflies? Algae? Luminescent phenomena are always the most evocative.
7. Galilean Thermometer
With a design of more than 350 years, just like that. It connects us to the essence of liquid buoyancy and expansion.
8. Newton’s Cradle
A very well known device that does not prevent new studies every year that are equally interesting.
9. Siempre fuimos nómadas (in Spanish)
Dramatizing passages of science, like the best Sagan here, is something that usually works very well with students.
All those moments of emotion that were lost with the pandemic are collected here in instants of other years.
✍🏼 ☢️ Radioactive ☢️
🔜 COMING SOON Analysis of the Last Film About Madame Curie.
✍🏼 Periodic Table of Scientists
Periodic Table with Distinguished Scientists.
✍🏼 Updating SI Base Units
Now all defined as a function of universal physical constants.
📚 Atomic Models
🔜 COMING SOON Thomson, Rutherford and Bohr Models.
📚 Atomic Structure
🔜 COMING SOON Dalton’s Atomic Theory, Atomic Models, Ions and Isotopes.