dbda develop new set of chemistry films for Syngenta
Following the successful launch of Syngenta’s Periodic Table chemistry resource, dbda are delighted to announce the addition of a new series of filmed reactions that let students experiment with science in the safety of a virtual lab!
The latest films, within the interactive ‘Reaction Zone’, show what happens when elements from the Metals Group of the Periodic Table are mixed with water, acid and chlorine. Students can drag and drop the element of their choice into the virtual flask, press ‘test’ and watch the reaction – some more volatile than others! Each reaction is accompanied by a streamed video, equations and key information to support chemistry learning at GCSE and A-Level.
“Using video to show chemical reactions in lab conditions really helps students to understand what happens when you mix an element with a reactant. This is a valuable tool for teachers and the fact that it’s virtual, interactive and accessible at school or home really does mean that anyone can have a go and discover their inner chemist!” Dr Mavji Patel, Science Teacher, Canons High School Edgware.
The Syngenta Periodic Table resource brings chemistry to life and has been designed for use on school Interactive Whiteboards and PCs.
Syngenta is a world leader in agribusiness and is committed to sustainable agriculture whilst helping address the need to increase crop productivity, protect the environment and improve health and quality of life.
To view the resource, visit: www.syngentaperiodictable.co.uk