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   Chapter 1: Chemical Equations and Reactions

1.1 

Chemical equations

1.2 

Balancing Chemical Equations

1.3 

Chemical Reactions

1.4 

Redox reactions, Oxidation numbers

1.5 

Rate of Reaction

1.6 

Chemical Equations and Reactions Test

2.1 

Atomic formula masses

2.2 

Determining Molecular Formulas

2.3 

The Mole Concept

2.4 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.5 

Guy Lussac's Law; Volume-Volume Calculations

2.6 

Empirical Formulas and Molecular Formulas

2.7 

Structural Formulas

2.8 

Stoichiometry Test

3.1 

Qualitative Analysis

3.2 

Spectrophotometry

3.3 

Chromatography

3.4 

Classification Test



   Chapter 2: Quantities in Chemistry (Stoichiometry)

1.1 

Chemical equations

1.2 

Balancing Chemical Equations

1.3 

Chemical Reactions

1.4 

Redox reactions, Oxidation numbers

1.5 

Rate of Reaction

1.6 

Chemical Equations and Reactions Test

2.1 

Atomic formula masses

2.2 

Determining Molecular Formulas

2.3 

The Mole Concept

2.4 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.5 

Guy Lussac's Law; Volume-Volume Calculations

2.6 

Empirical Formulas and Molecular Formulas

2.7 

Structural Formulas

2.8 

Stoichiometry Test

3.1 

Qualitative Analysis

3.2 

Spectrophotometry

3.3 

Chromatography

3.4 

Classification Test



   Chapter 3: Chemical Analysis

1.1 

Chemical equations

1.2 

Balancing Chemical Equations

1.3 

Chemical Reactions

1.4 

Redox reactions, Oxidation numbers

1.5 

Rate of Reaction

1.6 

Chemical Equations and Reactions Test

2.1 

Atomic formula masses

2.2 

Determining Molecular Formulas

2.3 

The Mole Concept

2.4 

Calculations With Chemical Equations

2.5 

Guy Lussac's Law; Volume-Volume Calculations

2.6 

Empirical Formulas and Molecular Formulas

2.7 

Structural Formulas

2.8 

Stoichiometry Test

3.1 

Qualitative Analysis

3.2 

Spectrophotometry

3.3 

Chromatography

3.4 

Classification Test



   Chapter 1: Chemical Equilibrium

1.1 

Reversible Reactions

1.2 

Chemical Equilibrium

1.3 

Acid/Base Equilibrium Constants

1.4 

Le Chatelier's Principle

1.5 

Yields, Rates and Equilibrium

1.6 

Carbon Dioxide and Blood pH

1.7 

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

1.8 

Equilibrium Test



   Chapter 1: Naming Organic Compounds

1.1 

Carbon Chemistry

1.2 

Naming of Organic Compounds

1.3 

Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes

1.4 

Alkanols & Hydrogen Derivatives

1.5 

Alkanals, Alkanones, Alkanoic Acids, Esters, Aromatics

1.6 

IUPAC Rules for Nomenclature

1.7 

Isomers

1.8 

Naming Test

2.1 

Structure & Physical Properties - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.3 

Chemical Reactions - Polymerisation

2.4 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.5 

Safety

2.6 

Hydrocarbons Test 1

3.1 

Structure & Physical Properties of Alkanols

3.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanols

3.3 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanols

3.4 

Hydrocarbons Test 2

4.1 

Sulfuric Acid Manufacture

4.2 

The Haber Process

4.3 

Industrial Processes Test



   Chapter 2: Hydrocarbons - Alkanes & Alkenes

1.1 

Carbon Chemistry

1.2 

Naming of Organic Compounds

1.3 

Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes

1.4 

Alkanols & Hydrogen Derivatives

1.5 

Alkanals, Alkanones, Alkanoic Acids, Esters, Aromatics

1.6 

IUPAC Rules for Nomenclature

1.7 

Isomers

1.8 

Naming Test

2.1 

Structure & Physical Properties - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.3 

Chemical Reactions - Polymerisation

2.4 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.5 

Safety

2.6 

Hydrocarbons Test 1

3.1 

Structure & Physical Properties of Alkanols

3.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanols

3.3 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanols

3.4 

Hydrocarbons Test 2

4.1 

Sulfuric Acid Manufacture

4.2 

The Haber Process

4.3 

Industrial Processes Test



   Chapter 3: Hydrocarbons -Alkanols

1.1 

Carbon Chemistry

1.2 

Naming of Organic Compounds

1.3 

Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes

1.4 

Alkanols & Hydrogen Derivatives

1.5 

Alkanals, Alkanones, Alkanoic Acids, Esters, Aromatics

1.6 

IUPAC Rules for Nomenclature

1.7 

Isomers

1.8 

Naming Test

2.1 

Structure & Physical Properties - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.3 

Chemical Reactions - Polymerisation

2.4 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.5 

Safety

2.6 

Hydrocarbons Test 1

3.1 

Structure & Physical Properties of Alkanols

3.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanols

3.3 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanols

3.4 

Hydrocarbons Test 2

4.1 

Sulfuric Acid Manufacture

4.2 

The Haber Process

4.3 

Industrial Processes Test



   Chapter 4: Industrial Processes

1.1 

Carbon Chemistry

1.2 

Naming of Organic Compounds

1.3 

Alkanes, Alkenes & Alkynes

1.4 

Alkanols & Hydrogen Derivatives

1.5 

Alkanals, Alkanones, Alkanoic Acids, Esters, Aromatics

1.6 

IUPAC Rules for Nomenclature

1.7 

Isomers

1.8 

Naming Test

2.1 

Structure & Physical Properties - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.3 

Chemical Reactions - Polymerisation

2.4 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanes & Alkenes

2.5 

Safety

2.6 

Hydrocarbons Test 1

3.1 

Structure & Physical Properties of Alkanols

3.2 

Chemical Reactions - Alkanols

3.3 

Industrial & Domestic Uses - Alkanols

3.4 

Hydrocarbons Test 2

4.1 

Sulfuric Acid Manufacture

4.2 

The Haber Process

4.3 

Industrial Processes Test



   Chapter 1: Chemicals as Fuels

1.1 

Energy Sources

1.2 

Our Need for Energy

1.3 

World Energy Resources

1.4 

Calorimetry and Thermochemical Equations

1.5 

Energy Diagrams for Reactions

1.6 

Chemicals as Fuels Test

2.1 

Energy Interconversion

2.2 

Galvanic Cells

2.3 

Reductants and Oxidants

2.4 

Small Scale Energy Sources

2.5 

Secondary Cells and Fuel Cells

2.6 

Electrolytes

2.7 

Electrolytic Cells

2.8 

Industrial Applications of Electrolysis

2.9 

Faraday's Laws

2.10

Electrochemicals Cells Test

3.1 

Energy is Stored in Chemicals

3.2 

Energy Change in a Reaction

3.3 

Stability of Chemical Systems

3.4 

Enthalpy Changes

3.5 

Chemical Energy in Living Things

3.6 

Chemical Energy Test



   Chapter 2: Electrochemical Cells

1.1 

Energy Sources

1.2 

Our Need for Energy

1.3 

World Energy Resources

1.4 

Calorimetry and Thermochemical Equations

1.5 

Energy Diagrams for Reactions

1.6 

Chemicals as Fuels Test

2.1 

Energy Interconversion

2.2 

Galvanic Cells

2.3 

Reductants and Oxidants

2.4 

Small Scale Energy Sources

2.5 

Secondary Cells and Fuel Cells

2.6 

Electrolytes

2.7 

Electrolytic Cells

2.8 

Industrial Applications of Electrolysis

2.9 

Faraday's Laws

2.10

Electrochemicals Cells Test

3.1 

Energy is Stored in Chemicals

3.2 

Energy Change in a Reaction

3.3 

Stability of Chemical Systems

3.4 

Enthalpy Changes

3.5 

Chemical Energy in Living Things

3.6 

Chemical Energy Test



   Chapter 3: Chemical Energy

1.1 

Energy Sources

1.2 

Our Need for Energy

1.3 

World Energy Resources

1.4 

Calorimetry and Thermochemical Equations

1.5 

Energy Diagrams for Reactions

1.6 

Chemicals as Fuels Test

2.1 

Energy Interconversion

2.2 

Galvanic Cells

2.3 

Reductants and Oxidants

2.4 

Small Scale Energy Sources

2.5 

Secondary Cells and Fuel Cells

2.6 

Electrolytes

2.7 

Electrolytic Cells

2.8 

Industrial Applications of Electrolysis

2.9 

Faraday's Laws

2.10

Electrochemicals Cells Test

3.1 

Energy is Stored in Chemicals

3.2 

Energy Change in a Reaction

3.3 

Stability of Chemical Systems

3.4 

Enthalpy Changes

3.5 

Chemical Energy in Living Things

3.6 

Chemical Energy Test



   Chapter 1: The Chemistry of Food

1.1 

Introduction to Food

1.2 

Fats and Oils

1.3 

Proteins and Amino Acids

1.4 

Mineral and Salts

1.5 

Food Production, Carbon Cycle

1.6 

Nitrogen Cycle, Fertilisers,Insecticides and Herbicides

1.7 

Preserving Food

1.8 

Calculating the Energy Content of Food

1.9 

Energy in Photosynthesis

1.10

Food Chemistry Test



   Chapter 1: Historical Perspectives

1.1 

History of the Periodic Table

1.2 

The Rutherford Atom

1.3 

Discovery of the Neutron

1.4 

Historical Test

2.1 

Structure of the Periodic Table (Part 1)

2.2 

Structure of the Periodic Table (Part 2)

2.3 

Valency, Chemical Properties and Group Number

2.4 

Periodicity in the Properties of Elements

2.5 

Trends within Groups

2.6 

Trends within a Period

2.7 

Types of Elements

2.8 

Periodic Table Test



   Chapter 2: Structure of the Periodic Table

1.1 

History of the Periodic Table

1.2 

The Rutherford Atom

1.3 

Discovery of the Neutron

1.4 

Historical Test

2.1 

Structure of the Periodic Table (Part 1)

2.2 

Structure of the Periodic Table (Part 2)

2.3 

Valency, Chemical Properties and Group Number

2.4 

Periodicity in the Properties of Elements

2.5 

Trends within Groups

2.6 

Trends within a Period

2.7 

Types of Elements

2.8 

Periodic Table Test



   Chapter 1: Radioisotopes and Radioactivity

1.1 

Isotopes

1.2 

Radioactivity

1.3 

Half life

1.4 

Nuclear Radiation

1.5 

Detection and Measurement of Radiation

1.6 

Radioactive Decay

1.7 

Atomic Emission Spectra and Ionisation Energy

1.8 

Nuclear Forces and Stability

1.9 

Binding Energy & Mass Defect; Einstein's Equation

1.10

Radioactivity Test

2.1 

Nuclear Fission

2.2 

Nuclear Reactors

2.3 

Nuclear Fusion

2.4 

Social Implications of Nuclear Energy

2.5 

Origin of Elements Test



   Chapter 2: Origin of the Elements

1.1 

Isotopes

1.2 

Radioactivity

1.3 

Half life

1.4 

Nuclear Radiation

1.5 

Detection and Measurement of Radiation

1.6 

Radioactive Decay

1.7 

Atomic Emission Spectra and Ionisation Energy

1.8 

Nuclear Forces and Stability

1.9 

Binding Energy & Mass Defect; Einstein's Equation

1.10

Radioactivity Test

2.1 

Nuclear Fission

2.2 

Nuclear Reactors

2.3 

Nuclear Fusion

2.4 

Social Implications of Nuclear Energy

2.5 

Origin of Elements Test