Oxford University Press
Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Chemistry: Student Book (Second Edition)
Philippa Gardom Hulme
Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Chemistry: Student Book (Second Edition)
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The Cambridge Lower Secondary Complete Chemistry Student Book builds a solid foundation in Lower Secondary Chemistry through a rigorous, separate science approach and develops the skills students need to prepare them for the step up to IGCSE.

This resource fully covers the curriculum and prepares students for a smooth transition to IGCSE Chemistry.

Written by Philippa Gardom-Hulme, author of our previous successful edition, this book provides an international approach that maintains the strengths of the previous edition, with updates and improvements to better meet students' needs.

The Student Book is supported by a Workbook that provides opportunities for independent practice inside and outside the classroom, and a Teacher Handbook, which offers full teaching support.

Thinking and working scientifically
1 Asking questions
2 Planning and carrying out investigations
3 Collecting and recording data
4 Drawing graphs
5 Analysis
6 Evaluation
Stage 7
1 The particle model
1.1 The particle model
1.2 The states of matter
1.3 Using the particle model
1.4 Changes of state – evaporating, boiling, and condensing
1.5 Investigating boiling points
1.6 Changes of state – melting and freezing
1.7 Models in science
1.8 Review
2 Elements, compounds, and mixtures
2.1 Elements and the periodic table
2.2 Discovering the elements
2.3 Chemical symbols
2.4 Atoms
2.5 Organising the elements
2.6 Compounds
2.7 What's in a name?
2.8 Chemical formulae
2.9 What's in a mixture?
2.10 What’s in a solution?
2.11 Comparing elements, mixtures, and compounds
2.12 What are you made of?
2.13 Review
3 Metals and non-metals
3.1 Magnificent metals
3.2 Comparing conductors
3.3 Amazing alloys
3.4 Non-metal elements
3.5 Explaining metal and non-metal properties
3.6 Better bicycles
3.7 Review
4 Chemical reactions 1
4.1 What are chemical reactions?
4.2 Atoms in chemical reactions
4.3 Investigating a chemical reaction
4.4 Precipitation reactions
4.5 Corrosion reactions
4.6 Review
5 Acids and alkalis
5.1 Acids and alkalis
5.2 The pH scale
5.3 Neutralisation reactions
5.4 investigating neutralisation
5.5 Acid rain
5.6 Gas products of acid reactions
5.7 Review
6 Models of the Earth
6.1 Models of the Earth
6.2 Plate tectonics
6.3 The restless Earth
6.4 Volcanoes
6.5 Review
Stage 7 review
Stage 8
7 Inside atoms
7.1 Inside atoms
7.2 Discovering electrons
7.3 Finding the nucleus
7.4 Inside sub-atomic particles
7.5 Proton and nucleon numbers
7.6 Review
8 Pure substances and solutions
8.1 Pure substances
8.2 Drinking seawater
8.3 Chromatography
8.4 Solutions and concentration
8.5 How much salt is in the sea?
8.6 Chlorine and water
8.7 Solubility
8.8 Investigating solubility and temperature – doing an investigation
8.9 Investigating temperature and solubility – writing up an investigation
8.10 Review
9 Chemical reactions 2
9.1 More chemical reactions
9.2 Word equations
9.3 Energy changes
9.4 Investigating fuels
9.5 Investigating food energy
9.6 Metals and oxygen
9.7 Metals and water
9.8 Metals and acids
9.9 The reactivity series
9.10 Lead in the reactivity series
9.11 Review
Stage 8 review
Stage 9
10 Structure, bonding, and properties
10.1 Proton number and the periodic table
10.2 Electrons in atoms
10.3 Making ions
10.4 Inside ionic compounds
10.5 Covalent bonding
10.6 Covalent structures
10.7 More about structures
10.8 Life-saving compounds
10.9 Review
11 Patterns in the periodic table
11.1 Calculating density
11.2 Explaining density
11.3 Using density
11.4 The periodic table: Group 1
11.5 More about Group 1
11.6 The periodic table: Group 2
11.7 Review
12 Chemical reactions 3
12.1 Mass and energy in chemical reactions
12.2 Writing symbol equations
12.3 Metal displacement reactions
12.4 Extracting metals
12.5 Extracting copper
12.6 Making salts from acids and metals
12.7 More about salts
12.8 Making salts from acids and carbonates
12.9 Rates of reaction
12.10 Concentration and reaction rate
12.11 Temperature and reaction rate
12.12 Surface area and reaction rate
12.13 Review
13 Planet Earth
13.1 Continental drift
13.2 Evidence from fossils
13.3 Evidence from seafloor spreading
13.4 Review
Stage 9 review
1 Choosing apparatus
2 Working accurately and safely
The periodic table of the elements
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