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Glass Chemistry

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Clearly explain glass chemistry with our paper model!

Glass is mostly made from sand. Teach how the process of making glass changes its chemical structure to produce transparent glass.

The model shows the chemical structure of sand and then explains how it is altered in quartz glass and the most common glass, soda-lime glass. It also considers why glass is transparent.

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Your students first build easy to make paper models of atoms and electrons. Then, they use these to look at the structure of sand, quartz glass and soda-lime glass.

Includes full colour Powerpoint class presentation!

Takes about 30 minutes! Model atom diameter 5cm/2in

Download includes: instructions, model templates and Powerpoint presentation.

All you need: paper, scissors and tape.

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