9. Properties of Metals
This Association for Science Education (ASE) publication about properties of metals was developed in association with the British Aerospace Dynamics Group. At the time the Dynamics Group employed over 20,000 people at ten major design/production establishments throughout the UK and had its headquarters at Stevenage.
The booklet contained guidance for teachers and notes for students. It included activities suitable for students aged 11 to 16+ with extensions for A-level work.
1. Industrial background
2. Educational scope
3. Notes on experiments
• Experiment A: Simple metallurgy
• Experiment B: The science and technology of soldering
• Experiment C: Magnetic sorting bridge
Experiment A: Simple metallurgy
Experiment B: The science and technology of soldering
Experiment C: Magnetic sorting bridge
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