Inorganic Chemistry – Further
What is here?
Worksheets and practical guides to support A Level Further Inorganic Chemistry, and pages that describe and explain key ideas.
|PDF code||Title of worksheet||Description|
|N-ch1-43||Electron configurations of transition metal elements||Worksheet|
|N-ch5-02||Finding the % of Fe2+ in Fe(NH4)2(SO4)2.xH2O and the value of x||Practical guide|
|N-ch5-03||Some redox titration problems involving manganate(VII)||Questions|
|N-ch5-07||Inorganic compounds in aqueous solution – Colours||Information|
|N-ch5-08||The preparation of tetraamminecopper(II) sulfate-1-water||Practical guide|
|N-ch5-10||Acidity or hydrolysis reactions||Information|
|N-ch5-11||Transition metal ions and colour||Information|
|N-ch5-12||Transition metal ions and redox||Information|
|N-ch5-16||D-block ions as catalysts||Practical guide|
|N-ch5-17||What is the percentage of copper in copper coins? [Note: This needs old 1p pieces]||Practical guide|
|N-ch5-21||Finding the % of iron in lawnsand||Practical guide|
These worksheets are the ones found on the old version of this website. They are here to maintain some continuity. New content will replace them over time.
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