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AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher Lawrie Ryan

AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher By Lawrie Ryan

AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher by Lawrie Ryan

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This workbook builds student confidence as they work through the AQA GCSE Chemistry course. This is a hands-on workbook with lots of activities that gradually build in difficulty. Once completed, each workbook contains personal notes and checklists to get exam preparation off to a great start.

AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher Summary

AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher by Lawrie Ryan

The UK's bestselling GCSE Science series is specifically tailored for the current AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications. This workbook is the perfect companion for students sitting the higher tier in AQA Biology GCSE, providing supported stretch and challenge. Topics follow the same order as the AQA Approved Student Book, and can be used along side each other as part of an effective revision plan. This higher workbook is simply packed with questions for students to check their understanding, identify gaps that require further study and to practice responses as part of a revision plan. Designed to kickstart your revision when completed as important notes are all in one place. Targeted questions specifically focus on the required maths and practical skills, while checkpoint activities help you to review and reflect on the topic and your next steps.

Table of Contents

Chapter C1 Atomic structure C1.1: Atoms C1.2: Chemical equations C1.3: Separating mixtures C1.4: Fractional distillation and paper chromatography C1.5: History of the atoms C1.6: Structure of the atoms C1.7: Ions, atoms, and isotopes C1.8: Electronic structures Chapter C2 The periodic table C2.1: Development of the periodic table C2.2: Electronic structures and the periodic table C2.3: Group 1 - the alkali metals C2.4: Group 7 - the halogens C2.5: Explaining trends C2.6: The transition elements Chapter C3 Structure and bonding C3.1: States of matter C3.2: Atoms into ions C3.3: Ionic bonding C3.4: Giant ionic structures C3.5: Covalent bonding C3.6: Structure of simple molecules C3.7: Giant covalent structures C3.8: Fullerenes and graphenes C3.9: Bonding in metals C3.10: Giant metallic structures C3.11: Nanoparticles C3.12: Applications of nanoparticles Chapter C4 Chemical calculations C4.1: Relative masses and moles C4.2: Equations and calculations C4.3: From masses to balanced equations C4.4: The yield of a chemical reactions C4.5: Atom economy C4.6: Expressing concentrations C4.7: Titrations C4.8: Titration calculations C4.9: Volumes of gases Chapter C5 Chemical changes C5.1: The reactivity series C5.2: Displacement reactions C5.3: Extracting metals C5.4: Salts from metals C5.5: Salts from insoluble bases C5.6: Making more salts C5.7: Neutralisation and the pH scale C5.8: Strong and weak acids Chapter C6 Electrolysis C6.1: Introduction to electrolysis C6.2: Changes at the electrodes C6.3: The extraction of aluminium C6.4: Electrolysis of aqueous solutions Chapter C7 Energy changes C7.1: Exothermic and endothermic reactions C7.2: Using energy transfers from reactions C7.3: Reaction profiles C7.4: Bond energy calculations C7.5: Chemical cells and batteries C7.6: Fuel cells Chapter C8 Rates and equilibrium C8.1: Rate of reaction C8.2: Collision theory and surface area C8.3: The effect of temperature C8.4: The effect of concentration and pressure C8.5: The effect of catalysts C8.6: Reversible reactions C8.7: Energy and reversible reactions C8.8: Dynamic equilibrium C8.9: Altering conditions Chapter C9 Crude oil and fuels C9.1: Hydrocarbons C9.2: Fractional distillation of oil C9.3: Burning hydrocarbon fuels C9.4: Cracking hydrocarbons Chapter C10 Chemical analysis C10.1: Reactions of alkenes C10.2: Structures of alcohols, carboxylic acids, and esters C10.3: Reactions and uses of alcohols C10.4: Carboxylic acids and esters Chapter C11 Polymers C11.1: Addition polymerisation C11.2: Condensation polymerisation C11.3: Natural polymers C11.4: DNA Chapter C12 Chemical analysis C12.1: Pure substances and mixtures C12.2: Analysing chromatograms C12.3: Testing for gases C12.4: Tests for positive ions C12.5: Tests for negative ions C12.6: Instrumental analysis Chapter C13 The Earth's atmosphere C13.1: History of our atmosphere C13.2: Our evolving atmosphere C13.3: Greenhouse gases C13.4: Global climate change C13.5: Atomspheric pollutants Chapter C14 The Earth's resources C14.1: Finite and renewable resources C14.2: Water saafe to drink C14.3: Treating waste water C14.4: Extracting metals from ores C14.5: Life Cycle Assessments C14.6: Reduce, reuse, and recycle Chapter C15 Using our resources C15.1: Rusting C15.2: Useful alloys C15.3: The properties of polymers C15.4: Glass, ceramics, and composites C15.5: Making ammonia - the Haber process C15.6: The economics of the Haber process C15.7: Making fertilisers in the lab C15.8: Making fertilisers in industry

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AQA GCSE Chemistry Workbook: Higher by Lawrie Ryan
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