AQA GCSE Chemistry for Combined Science: Trilogy
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AQA GCSE Chemistry for Combined Science: Trilogy

By Sadie Garratt
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Book Description

Specifically tailored for the 2016 AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications, this third edition supports your students on their journey from Key Stage 3 and through to success in the new linear GCSE qualifications. This series helps students and teachers to monitor progress, while supporting the increased demand, maths, and new practical requirements.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Required Practicals
  • How to use this book
  • Kerboodle
  • 1 Atoms, bonding, and moles
    • C 1 Atomic structure
      • 1.1 Atoms
      • C1.2 Chemical equations
      • C1.3 Separating mixtures
      • C1.4 Fractional distillation and paper chromatography
      • C1.5 History of the atom
      • C1.6 Structure of the atom
      • C1.7 Ions, atoms, and isotopes
      • C1.8 Electronic structures
      • C1 Atomic structure
    • 2 The periodic table
      • C 2.1 Development of the periodic table
      • C2.2 Electronic structures and the periodic table
      • C2.3 Group 1 – the alkali metals
      • C2.4 Group 7 – the halogens
      • C2.5 Explaining trends
      • C2 The periodic table
    • 3 Structure and bonding
      • C3.1 States of matter
      • C3.2 Atoms into ions
      • C3.3 Ionic bonding
      • C3.4 Giant ionic structures
      • C3.5 Covalent bonding
      • C3.6 Structure of simple molecules
      • C3.7 Giant covalent structures
      • C3.8 Fullerenes and graphene
      • C3.9 Bonding in metals
      • C3.10 Giant metallic structures
      • C3 Structure and bonding
    • 4 Chemical calculations
      • C4.1 Relative masses and moles
      • C4.2 Equations and calculations
      • C4.3 From masses to balanced equations
      • C4.4 Expressing concentrations
      • C4 Chemical calculations
  • 2 Chemical reactions and energy changes
    • 5 Chemical changes
      • 5.1 The reactivity series
      • C5.2 Displacement reactions
      • C5.3 Extracting metals
      • C5.4 Salts from metals
      • C5.5 Salts from insoluble bases
      • C5.6 Making more salts
      • C5.7 Neutralisation and the pH scale
      • C5.8 Strong and weak acids
      • C5 Chemical changes
    • 6 Electrolysis
      • 6.1 Introduction to electrolysis
      • C6.2 Changes at the electrodes
      • C6.3 The extraction of aluminium
      • C6.4 Electrolysis of aqueous solutions
      • C6 Electrolysis
    • 7 Energy changes
      • 7.1 Exothermic and endothermic reactions
      • C7.2 Using energy transfers from reactions
      • C7.3 Reaction profiles
      • C7.4 Bond energy calculations
      • C7 Energy changes
  • 3 Rates, equilibrium, and organic chemistry
    • 8 Rates and equilibrium
      • 8.1 Rate of reaction
      • C8.2 Collision theory and surface area
      • C8.3 The effect of temperature
      • C8.4 The effect of concentration and pressure
      • C8.5 The effect of catalysts
      • C8.6 Reversible reactions
      • C8.7 Energy and reversible reactions
      • C8.8 Dynamic equilibrium
      • C8.9 Altering conditions
      • C8 Rates and equilibrium
    • 9 Crude oil and fuels
      • 9.1 Hydrocarbons
      • C9.2 Fractional distillation of oil
      • C9.3 Burning hydrocarbon fuels
      • C9.4 Cracking hydrocarbons
      • C9 Crude oil and fuels
  • 4 Analysis and the Earth’s resources
    • 10 Chemical analysis
      • 10.1 Pure substances and mixtures
      • C10.2 Analysing chromatograms
      • C10.3 Testing for gases
      • C10 Chemical analysis
    • 11 The Earth’s atmosphere
      • 11.1 History of our atmosphere
      • C11.2 Our evolving atmosphere
      • C11.3 Greenhouse gases
      • C11.4 Global climate change
      • C11.5 Atmospheric pollutants
      • C11 The Earth’s atmosphere
    • 12 The Earth’s resources
      • 12.1 Finite and renewable resources
      • C12.2 Water safe to drink
      • C12.3 Treating waste water
      • C12.4 Extracting metals from ores
      • C12.5 Life Cycle Assessments
      • C12.6 Reduce, reuse, and recycle
      • C12 The Earth’s resources
  • Paper 1 questions
  • Paper 2 questions
  • Maths skills for Chemistry
    • MS1 Arithmetic and numerical computation
    • MS2 Handling Data
    • MS3 Algebra
    • MS4 Graphs
    • MS5 Geometry and Trigonometry
  • Working Scientifically
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Appendix 1: the periodic table
  • Back Cover
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