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Secondary Videos – Secondary Chemistry – 37 Videos

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  1. How was metal discovered? | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  2. The atomic structure of metal | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  3. Bronze: The first alloy | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  4. Steel, superalloys and jet engines | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  5. How is iron extracted? | Chemistry – Real World Chemistry
  6. How is steel made? | Chemistry – Real World Chemistry
  7. What is superconductivity? | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  8. Superconductors and the ‘Meissner Effect’ | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  9. Jon Chase explores solubility | Chemistry – Bitesize Science
  10. Jon Chase investigates how acids and alkalis affect us | Chemistry – Bitesize Science
  11. Jon Chase tests different rates of reactions | Chemistry – Bitesize Science
  12. Jon Chase investigates endothermic and exothermic reactions | Chemistry – Bitesize Science
  13. Jon Chase investigates electrolysis and electroplating | Chemistry – Bitesize Science
  14. How does reinforced concrete work? | Chemistry – Materials: How they Work
  15. How the Romans made concrete | Chemistry – Materials: How they Work
  16. Who invented reinforced concrete? | Chemistry – Materials: How they Work
  17. Why is concrete so brittle? | Chemistry – Materials: How they Work
  18. How is glass made? | Chemistry – Real World Chemistry
  19. How is paint made? | Chemistry – Real World Chemistry
  20. The invention of carbon fibre | Chemistry – Materials: How they work
  21. Vulcanised rubber | Chemistry – Materials: How they work
  22. What is Graphene? | Chemistry – Materials: How they work
  23. Chemistry in Cooking | Chemistry – Beneath the Lab Coat
  24. Who was Humphrey Davy? | Chemistry – Science Britannica
  25. Who was Henry Cavendish? | Chemistry – Science Britannica
  26. Tackling cancer with nano-bubbles | Chemistry – Imagineers
  27. Inventing clothes inspired by nature | Chemistry – Imagineers
  28. Spray-on fabrics | Chemistry – Imagineers
  29. How are plastics made? | Chemistry – Real World Chemistry
  30. Bakelite: Creating an early plastic | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  31. The plastics explosion | Chemistry – Materials: How They Work
  32. Lab experiments: exploring the properties of air | Chemistry – The Alchemist’s Apprentices
  33. Lab experiments: exploring the properties of water | Chemistry – The Alchemist’s Apprentices
  34. Lab experiments: extracting copper from rock | Chemistry – The Alchemist’s Apprentices
  35. Lab experiments: exploring the properties of fire | Chemistry – The Alchemist’s Apprentices
  36. William Perkin and making scientific discoveries by chance | Chemistry – Science Britannica
  37. Why weren’t the clothes of the Pompeii victims destroyed? | Chemistry – Pompeii