Continuing Chemistry Workbook

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Chemistry investigation 

Carry out an investigation in chemistry involving quantitative analysis (Chemistry 3.1; AS 91387)

1    Quantitative analysis
2    The practical investigation

Oxidation and reduction

Demonstrate understanding of oxidation–reduction processes (Chemistry 3.7; AS 91393)

3    Principles of oxidation and reduction
4    Electrochemistry

Thermochemistry and particles

Demonstrate understanding of thermochemical principles and the properties of particles and substances (Chemistry 3.4; AS 91390)  

5    Thermochemistry 
6    Atoms
7    Molecules and intermolecular forces 

Organic chemistry 

Demonstrate understanding of the properties of organic compounds (Chemistry 3.5; AS 91391)

8    Organic chemistry: the basics 
9    Alcohols and their derivatives
10    Carboxylic acid derivatives and polymers  

Spectroscopy  

Demonstrate understanding of spectroscopic data in chemistry (Chemistry 3.2; AS 91388)    

11    Spectroscopy

Aqueous systems

Demonstrate understanding of equilibrium principles in aqueous systems (Chemistry 3.6; AS 91392)    

12    Acids and bases
13    Buffers and titration curves
14    Solubility equilibria

Chemical processes

Demonstrate understanding of chemical processes in the world around us (Chemistry 3.3; AS 91389)    

15    Chemical processes

 

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Ions you should know 

Periodic table of elements