Cambridge International AS & A Level Complete Chemistry
$43.74

Cambridge International AS & A Level Complete Chemistry

By Janet Renshaw, Ted Lister, Samuel Mao Hua Lee, Ellen Wong, Muhammad Talha, Nicholas Taylor
US$ 43.74
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Book Description

Ensure students achieve top exam marks, and can confidently progress to further study, with an academically rigorous yet accessible approach from Cambridge examiners. With full syllabus match, extensive practice and exam guidance this new edition embeds a comprehensive understanding of scientific concepts and develops advanced skills for strong assessment potential.



Be confident of full syllabus support with a comprehensive syllabus matching grid and learning objectives drawn directly from the latest syllabus (9701), for first examination from 2022. Written by Cambridge examiners, this new edition if packed with focused and explicit assessment guidance, support and practice to ensure your students are fully equipped for their exams.



With a stretching yet accessible approach Cambridge International AS & A Level Complete Chemistry develops advanced problem solving and scientific skills and contextualizes scientific concepts to ensure your students are ready to progress to further study. All answers are available on the accompanying answer support site.



Take your students exam preparation further and ensure they get the grades they deserve with additional exam-focused support available in the Enhanced Online Student Book and the Exam Success Guide.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • AS Level
    • Physical chemistry
      • 1 Atomic structure
        • 1.1 Particles in the atom and atomic radius
        • 1.2 Isotopes
        • 1.3 Electrons, energy levels and atomic orbitals
        • 1.4 Ionisation energy
        • Exam-style questions
      • 2 Atoms, molecules and stoichiometry
        • 2.1 Relative masses of atoms and molecules
        • 2.2 The mole and the Avogadro constant
        • 2.3 Formulae
        • 2.4 Reacting masses and volumes (of solutions and gases)
        • Exam-style questions
      • 3 Chemical bonding
        • 3.1 Electronegativity and bonding
        • 3.2 Ionic bonding
        • 3.3 Metallic bonding
        • 3.4 Covalent bonding and coordinate (dative covalent) bonding
        • 3.5 The Shapes of molecules
        • 3.6 Intermolecular forces, electronegativity and bond properties
        • Exam-style questions
      • 4 States of matter
        • 4.1 The gaseous state: ideal and real gases and pV = nRT
        • 4.2 Bonding and structure
        • Exam-style and Practice Questions
      • 5 Chemical energetics
        • 5.1 Enthalpy change, ΔH
        • 5.2 Hess’s Law
      • 6 Electrochemistry
        • 6.1 Redox processes: electron transfer and changes in oxidation number (oxidation state)
        • Exam-style questions
      • 7 Equilibria
        • 7.1 Chemical equilibria: reversible reactions, dynamic equilibrium
        • 7.2 Brønsted–Lowry theory of acids and bases
        • Exam-style questions
      • 8 Reaction kinetics
        • 8.1 Rate of reaction
        • 8.2 Effect of temperature on reaction rates and the concept of activation energy
        • 8.3 Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts
        • Exam-style questions
    • Inorganic chemistry
      • 9 The Periodic Table: chemical periodicity
        • 9.1 Periodicity of physical properties of the elements in Period 3
        • 9.2 Periodicity of chemical properties of the elements in Period 3
        • 9.3 Chemical periodicity of other elements
        • Exam-style questions
      • 10 Group 2
        • 10.1 Similarities and trends in the properties of the Group 2 metals, magnesium to barium, and their compounds
      • 11 Group 17
        • 11.1 Physical properties of the Group 17 elements
        • 11.2 The chemical properties of the halogen elements and the hydrogen halides
        • 11.3 Some reactions of the halide ions
        • 11.4 The reactions of chlorine
      • 12 Nitrogen and sulfur
        • 12.1 Nitrogen and sulfur
        • Exam-style questions
    • Organic chemistry
      • 13 An introduction to organic chemistry
        • 13.1 Formulae, functional groups and the naming of organic compounds
        • 13.2 Characteristic organic reactions
        • 13.3 Shapes of organic molecules; σ and π bonds
        • 13.4 Isomerism: structural and stereoisomerism
        • Exam-style and Practice Questions
      • 14 Hydrocarbons
        • 14.1 Alkanes
        • 14.2 Alkenes
        • Exam-style and Practice Questions
      • 15 Halogen compounds
        • 15.1 Halogenoalkanes
        • Exam-style and Practice Questions
      • 16 Hydroxy compounds
        • 16.1 Alcohols
      • 17 Carbonyl compounds
        • 17.1 Aldehydes and ketones
      • 18 Carboxylic acids and derivatives
        • 18.1 Carboxylic acids
        • 18.2 Esters
        • Exam-style questions
      • 19 Nitrogen compounds
        • 19.1 Primary amines
        • 19.2 Nitriles and hydroxynitriles
      • 20 Polymerisation
        • 20.1 Addition polymerisation
        • Exam-style questions
      • 21 Organic synthesis
        • 21.1 Organic synthesis
    • Analysis
      • 22 Analytical techniques
        • 22.1 Infrared spectroscopy
        • 22.2 Mass spectrometry
        • Exam-style questions
  • A Level
    • Physical chemistry
      • 23 Chemical energetics
        • 23.1 Lattice energy and Born–Haber cycles
        • 23.2 Enthalpies of solution and hydration
        • 23.3 Entropy change, ΔS
        • 23.4 Gibbs free energy change, ΔG
        • Exam-style questions
      • 24 Electrochemistry
        • 24.1 Electrolysis
        • 24.2 Standard electrode potentials, E , standard cell potentials, Ecell, and the Nernst equation
        • Exam-style questions
      • 25 Equilibria
        • 25.1 Acids and bases
        • 25.2 Partition coefficients
        • Exam-style questions
      • 26 Reaction kinetics
        • 26.1 Simple rate equations, orders of reaction and rate constants
        • 26.2 Homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysts
        • Exam-style questions
    • Inorganic chemistry
      • 27 Group 2
        • 27.1 Similarities and trends in the properties of the Group 2 metals, magnesium to barium, and their compounds
      • 28 Chemistry of transition elements
        • 28.1 General physical and chemical properties of the first row of transition elements, titanium to copper
        • 28.2 General characteristic chemical properties of the first set of transition elements, titanium to copper
        • 28.3 Colour of complexes
        • 28.4 Stereoisomerism in transition element complexes
        • 28.5 Stability constants, Kstab
        • Exam-style questions
    • Organic chemistry
      • 29 An introduction to A Level organic chemistry
        • 29.1 Formulae, functional groups and the naming of organic compounds
        • 29.2 Characteristic organic reactions
        • 29.3 Shapes of aromatic organic molecules; σ and π bonds
        • 29.4 Isomerism: optical
      • 30 Hydrocarbons
        • 30.1 Arenes
      • 31 Halogen compounds
        • 31.1 Halogen compounds
        • Exam-style questions
      • 32 Hydroxy compounds
        • 32.1 Alcohols
        • 32.2 Phenol
      • 33 Carboxylic acids and derivatives
        • 33.1 Carboxylic acids
        • 33.2 Esters
        • 33.3 Acyl chlorides
        • Exam-style questions
      • 34 Nitrogen compounds
        • 34.1 Primary and secondary amines
        • 34.2 Phenylamine and azo compounds
        • 34.3 Amides
        • 34.4 Amino acids
        • Exam-style questions
      • 35 Polymerisation
        • 35.1 Condensation polymerisation
        • 35.2 Predicting the type of polymerisation
        • 35.3 Degradable polymers
        • Exam-style questions
      • 36 Organic synthesis
        • 36.1 Organic synthesis
        • Exam-style questions
    • Analysis
      • 37 Analytical techniques
        • 37.1 Thin-layer chromatography
        • 37.2 Gas/liquid chromatography
        • 37.3 Carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy
        • 37.4 Proton (1H) NMR spectroscopy
        • Exam-style questions
  • Glossary
  • Data section
  • Index
  • The Periodic Table of Elements
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