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Inorganic Chemistry

Notes, worksheets and quizzes to support GCSE Inorganic Chemistry.

Topics covered

Group 1 - the alkali metals
Group 7 - the halogens
Group 0 - the noble gases
Gases in the atmosphere
Reactivity series of metals
Extraction and uses of metals
Acids, alkalis and titrations
Acids, bases and making salts
Chemical tests

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Worksheets to support this subject area

PDF code Title of worksheet Description
N-m05-03 Displacement reactions of metals Practical guide
N-m05-04 Reactivity series questions Question sheet
N-m05-11 Reactivity series of metals: summary of reactions Summary table
N-m05-12 Metals and non-metals Summary table
N-m05-14 Uses of common metals Structured worksheet
N-m05-15 Acids, alkalis and pH Structured worksheet
N-m05-16 Acids, alkalis and indicators Structured worksheet
N-m05-17 Acids, alkalis and salts Structured worksheet
N-m05-18 How to use the burette Practical guide
N-m05-19 Reactions of metals with water, acid and air Practical guide
N-m05-21 The blast furnace Structured worksheet
N-m05-22 The blast furnace Diagram to complete
N-m05-25 Displacement reactions Practical guide
N-m05-28 Blank results table for pH testing experiments Add-on for practical
N-m05-29 A simple thermometric titration Practical guide
N-m05-30 Salts Structured worksheet
N-m06-07 The origins and maintenance of the Earth's atmosphere Structured worksheet
N-m06-09 Air pollution Structured worksheet
N-m08-03 Reactions of group 1 metals with water Structured worksheet
N-m08-06 Physical properties of group 1 elements Structured worksheet
N-m08-14 Physical and chemical trends in the group 7 elements Structured worksheet
N-m21-03 Hard water Structured worksheet
N-m21-04 A solubility curve for potassium nitrate Practical guide
N-m21-07 How soluble are salts and hydroxides in cold water? Information sheet
N-m21-08 Identifying anions Information sheet
N-m21-09 The Chemical Detective Practical Guide
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