Need a refresher? See Mrs. Freeman.
This is good for learning about the element in general and its uses. Just look up your element. (1,2,3 denote text depth and level.) Note that it may link you to other websites in "Web's Best Sites."
*When citing Britannica, use the model for websites.
Look under Science for the Ebook about Elements.
Look at News, Magazines, and Academic Journals for examples of your element in the real world.
You can also sort results by date to ensure you find the most recent information.
Full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites.
Choose the specific database of "General Science".
You can create beautiful brochures here and access them easily from home by going to the LucidPress site and logging in with your school gmail. *At school you can simply sign in through Google.
You will need to download your creation to print and can even add the download to your Chemistry folder in your Google Drive.