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Notes, worksheets and quizzes to support AS Level Physical Chemistry.

Topics covered

Atomic structure
Amount of substance
Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc
Oxidation, reduction and redox equations

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Worksheets to support this subject area

PDF code Title of worksheet Description
N-ch1-02 Calculating the number of particles in an atom Question sheet
N-ch1-04 Finding the formula of magnesium oxide Practical guide
N-ch1-05 Successive ionisation energies for potassium Structured worksheet
N-ch1-06 Ionisation energies in group 1 and period 2 Structured worksheet
N-ch1-07 Ionisation energies in group 2 and period 3 Structured worksheet
N-ch1-09 Evidence for hydrogen bonds - Boiling points of various compounds Structured worksheet
N-ch1-10 Melting points of elements in period 3 Structured worksheet
N-ch1-12 Common ions and formulae of ionic compounds Information sheet
N-ch1-13 Maths for AS Chemistry Information sheet
N-ch1-14 Working out the shapes of molecules Information sheet
N-ch1-15 Summary of shapes of molecules Information sheet
N-ch1-43 Electron configurations of transition metal elements Structured worksheet
N-ch2-09 Simple calorimetry - enthalpy of combustion of alcohols Practical guide
N-ch2-11 Determining the enthalpy change of a reaction Practical guide
N-ch2-12 The effect of concentration changes on equilibria Practical guide
N-ch2-14 A test tube study of redox reactions Practical guide
N-ch2-15 Balancing a redox reaction Practical guide
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