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Code

Title

General

N-ch1-23

The burette

N-ch1-24

Estimating errors in chemistry

N-ch1-48

Blank results table for titrations

N-ch1-49

Making standard solutions new

Module 1

N-ch1-04

Finding the formula of magnesium oxide

N-ch1-35

Volumetric Analysis 1 - Making a standard solution of sodium carbonate

N-ch1-36

Volumetric Analysis 2 - Standardising hydrochloric acid

N-ch1-37

Volumetric Analysis 3 - The relative molecular mass of a soluble base

Module 2

N-ch2-05

Displacement reactions of the halogens

N-ch2-06

Some halogen chemistry

N-ch2-08

Thermometric titration

N-ch2-09

Simple calorimetry - enthalpy of combustion of alcohols

N-ch2-11

Determining the enthalpy change of a reaction

N-ch2-12

The effect of concentration changes on equilibria

N-ch2-14

A test-tube study of redox reactions

N-ch2-15

Balancing a redox reaction

Module 3

N-ch3-07

Oxidation of ethanol to ethanal (simple method)

N-ch3-10

Comparing the degree of unsaturation of margarine with that of butter

N-ch3-15

Oxidation of ethanol to ethanal (using Quickfit)

N-ch3-16

Preparation of triiodomethane (iodoform)

N-ch3-17

The preparation of crystalline derivatives of aldehydes and ketones

Module 4

N-ch4-02

Making soap

N-ch4-06

Thermometric titration involving dataloggers

N-ch4-07

The action of a buffer solution

Module 5

N-ch5-02

Finding the % of Fe2+ in Fe(NH4)2(SO4)2.xH2O and the value of x

N-ch5-08

The preparation of tetraamminecopper(II) sulphate-1-water

N-ch5-16

D–block ions as catalysts (presented as an investigation)

N-ch5-17

What is the percentage of copper in " copper" coins?
Note: This needs old 1p pieces - newer ones are nearly all steel

N-ch5-21

Finding the % of iron in " lawnsand" new

 

 

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