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Investigation: Preparing a specimen of onion cell to view under a microscope
Investigation: Refracting ability
Investigation: Testing rocks for carbon
Investigation: Model rocket
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Fig. 3.2.1 – Photosynthesis
Fig. 7.4.3 – Wind pollination
Fig. 7.4.4 – Insect pollination
Fig. 8.3.4 – Blood flow through the heart
Fig. 8.4.4 Inhalation and exhalation
Fig. 11.2.1 – How sugar dissolves in water
Fig. 13.2.1 – The pH scale
Fig. 14.3.3 – An ionic bond between sodium and chlorine to form sodium chloride
Fig. 14.3.6 – How electrons are shared by hydrogen and oxygen atoms to form water
Fig.15.3.6 – Measuring the volume of an irregular object using a graduated cylinder
Fig. 15.4.2 – A spring balance with zero error
Fig. 16.5.1 – The set-up for an energy conversion device
Fig. 17.5.2 – 3D molecular structure being compressed
Fig. 19.5.1 – A heated spoon conducts heat through fast-vibrating particles
Fig. 19.5.3 – Convection currents in a liquid
Fig. 23.1.7 – The angles the sun’s rays hit Ireland at in mid-winter and mid-summer (p. 403)
Fig. 23.1.8 – The Sun’s rays on the Earth
Fig. 23.2.3 – The phases of the Moon
Fig. 23.2.4 – How a solar eclipse happens
Fig. 23.2.5 – How a lunar eclipse happens
Figure 24.1.2 – A thermal power station heated by coal
Fig. 24.2.2 – Nuclear fission of a uranium isotope converts nuclear energy to heat energy
Fig 24.2.6 – Nuclear fusion
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