Harry Brearley

This lesson looks at the story of Harry Brearley, how he made stainless steel and compares stainless steel to other alloys.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.What is NOT essential when drawing a results table?

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Q2.What should your conclusion contain?

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Q3.Which pair of metal electrodes produced the biggest voltage?

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Q4.Revision - in our investigation we are looking at which combination of metal electrodes produces the biggest voltage. What is the independent variable?

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Q5.Revision - in our investigation we are looking at which combination of metal electrodes produces the biggest voltage. What is the dependent variable?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.What is NOT essential when drawing a results table?

1/5

Q2.What should your conclusion contain?

2/5

Q3.Which pair of metal electrodes produced the biggest voltage?

3/5

Q4.Revision - in our investigation we are looking at which combination of metal electrodes produces the biggest voltage. What is the independent variable?

4/5

Q5.Revision - in our investigation we are looking at which combination of metal electrodes produces the biggest voltage. What is the dependent variable?

5/5

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Harry Brearley - a case study

This quiz will assess you on knowledge learned in today's lesson, as well as what you have learned in earlier lessons.

Q1.What did Harry Brearley invent?

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Q2.What benefit does stainless steel have over steel?

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Q3.Which 3 elements does stainless steel contain?

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Q4.Using carbon in an alloy can increase the strength of the material. Why is this?

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Q5.Revision - what change of state happens to water during crystallisation?

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Q6.Revision - what specialist piece of equipment is used during a neutralisation reaction?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Harry Brearley - a case study

This quiz will assess you on knowledge learned in today's lesson, as well as what you have learned in earlier lessons.

Q1.What did Harry Brearley invent?

1/6

Q2.What benefit does stainless steel have over steel?

2/6

Q3.Which 3 elements does stainless steel contain?

3/6

Q4.Using carbon in an alloy can increase the strength of the material. Why is this?

4/6

Q5.Revision - what change of state happens to water during crystallisation?

5/6

Q6.Revision - what specialist piece of equipment is used during a neutralisation reaction?

6/6

Lesson summary: Harry Brearley

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