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Chemistry at a Glance
Full Chemistry Content of the New GCSE



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ISBN 9781840760392
Published June 27, 2005 by CRC Press
128 Pages

 
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Book Description

This book aims to cover the specifications of the main examination boards for GCSE Double Science, GCSE Single Science and the core content of GCSE Chemistry. Where relevant, Key Stage 3 material is summarized as an introduction to GCSE topics. This serves as revision of work done prior to Key Stage 4, and a foundation for GCSE studies. The book is also useful to teachers as a handy reference and planner.

Each page is presented diagrammatically in an attractive way using illustrations, tables and some photographs. Diagrammatic presentations are used as much as possible in order to make it easier for students to recall information and understand the principles involved. Bullet points and questions are used to emphasize the essential content of each page. There are also review questions for every section.

Table of Contents

Section A:
Classifying Materials

Solids
Liquids and Gases
Elements
Compounds
Mixtures
Review Questions
Atomic Structure
Periodic Table I
Ions and Bonding
Formulae and Equations I
Covalent Bonds
Structure
Review Questions

Section B:
Changing Materials
Changes
Oil and Hydrocarbons
Metal Ores and Rocks
Review Questions
The Atmosphere
The Earth
Review Questions

Section C:
Patterns of Behavior
Metals
Acids
Bases and Salts
Review Questions
Formulae and Equations II
Periodic Table II
Noble Gases
Alkali Metals
Halogens
Transition Metals
Review Questions
Reactions
Calculations
Rates of Reaction
Enzymes
Reversible Reactions
Energy Changes
Review Questions

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...the clear concise nature of the book and the large number of review questions make it excellent for students preparing for the final exams.
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