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A2 Module 5 Worksheets

Thermodynamics and Further Inorganic Chemistry

Some of my worksheets for this module are here (I haven’t put my tests here though). You might also find the Molecule Warehouse helpful.

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Summary of specifications for this module

Information sheet


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

Practical guide


Some redox titration problems involving manganate(VII)

Question sheet


Inorganic Compounds in Aqueous Solution - Colours

Information sheet


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

Practical guide


Acidity or hydrolysis reactions

Information sheet


Transition metal ions and colour

Information sheet


Transition metal ions and redox

Information sheet


D–block ions as catalysts

Practical investigation


What is the percentage of copper in copper coins?
Note: This needs old 1p pieces

Practical guide


Finding the % of iron in lawnsand

Practical guide

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