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Published: 05/03/2014
KS4 | Chemistry
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Steel alloys, stainless or otherwise!

A little teaser of a worksheet to consolidate work done on alloys. Students complete a diagram to show the different types, composition, properties and uses of steel alloys. It could be easily differentiated by adding more information to the diagram, or asking students to use the information boxes to construct their own diagram.    

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Sarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Sarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Many thanks for your comments. It's great to hear that you like the activity, we've now added an answer sheet as well.
Posted on 15th February 2019
Reb Church
Reb Church
Great engaging activity, 9but found the uses difficult to work out - answers would be helpful)
Posted on 14th February 2019
David Williams
David Williams
Great to use with a low set class, following a lesson on iron extraction and purification. Better format for them than just filling in a table.
Posted on 14th February 2017

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