Complete Chemistry for Cambridge Lower Secondary 1
$28.74

Complete Chemistry for Cambridge Lower Secondary 1

By Philippa Gardom Hulme
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Book Description

This engaging course incorporates crucial challenge material right from the start, enabling students to confidently leap into Cambridge IGCSE® Science study with a solid foundation in Chemistry. It is the best preparation for our bestselling Complete Science for Cambridge IGCSE course, facilitating seamless progression from Cambridge Secondary 1 Stage 9 right into Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE. Complete Chemistry for Cambridge Secondary 1 covers all
three years of Cambridge Secondary 1 Chemistry in the same book, flowing smoothly from one stage to the next. Regular revision and extension exercises will help consolidate learning and then stretch and challenge students to reach the next level. Plus, it's fully matched to the Cambridge syllabus, so you
know it's comprehensive.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • 1 States of Matter
    • 1.1 The particle theory of matter
    • 1.2 Boiling, evaporating, and condensing
    • 1.3 Questions, evidence, and explanations
    • 1.4 Melting, freezing, and subliming
    • 1.5 Energy and changes of state
    • 1.6 Using particle theory to explain dissolving
    • 1.7 Planning an investigation
    • 1.8 Presenting evidence
    • 1.9 Review
  • 2 Material Properties
    • 2.1 Introducing elements
    • 2.2 Metal elements
    • 2.3 Non-metal elements
    • 2.4 Making conclusions from data
    • 2.5 Metal alloys
    • 2.6 Material properties
    • 2.7 Polymers
    • 2.8 Review
  • 3 Material changes
    • 3.1 Acids and alkalis
    • 3.2 The pH scale and indicators
    • 3.3 Neutralisation
    • 3.4 Planning investigations and collecting evidence
    • 3.5 Review
  • 4 The Earth
    • 4.1 The structure of the Earth
    • 4.2 Igneous rock
    • 4.3 Sedimentary rocks
    • 4.4 Sedimentary rock formation
    • 4.5 Metamorphic rocks
    • 4.6 Questions, evidence, and explanations: the rock cycle
    • 4.7 Using science to explainpredictions: volcanoes
    • 4.8 Soil
    • 4.9 More about soil
    • 4.10 Fossils
    • 4.11 Estimating the age of the Earth
    • 4.12 Human fossils
    • 4.13 Review
  • 5 States of matter
    • 5.1 The states of matter revisited
    • 5.2 Explaining diffusion
    • 5.3 Explaining density
    • 5.4 Explaining gas pressure
    • 5.5 Ideas and evidence
    • 5.6 Doing an investigation
    • 5.7 Review
  • 6 Material Properties
    • 6.1 Atoms
    • 6.2 Elements and their symbols
    • 6.3 Discovering the elements
    • 6.4 Organising the elements
    • 6.5 Interpreting data from secondary sources
    • 6.6 Explaining differences between metals and non-metals
    • 6.7 What are compounds?
    • 6.8 Making a compound
    • 6.9 Naming compounds and writing formulae
    • 6.10 Oxides, hydroxides, sulfates, and carbonates
    • 6.11 Chlorides
    • 6.12 Mixtures
    • 6.13 Separating mixtures –filtering and decanting
    • 6.14 Separating mixtures –evaporation and distillation
    • 6.15 Separating mixtures –fractional distillation
    • 6.16 Separating mixtures –chromatography
    • 6.17 Separating metals from their ores
    • 6.18 What are you made of?
    • Review6.19
  • 7 Materials changes
    • 7.1 Chemical reactions
    • 7.2 Writing word equations
    • 7.3 Corrosion reactions
    • 7.4 Doing an investigation
    • 7.5 Using reactions to identify chemicals
    • 7.6 Review
  • 8 Material Properties
    • 8.1 Atomic structure
    • 8.2 Finding electrons
    • 8.3 Discovering the nucleus
    • 8.4 Protons, electrons, and the periodic table
    • 8.5 Proton number, nucleon number, and isotopes
    • 8.6 The Group 1 elements
    • 8.7 The Group 2 elements
    • 8.8 The Group 7 elements
    • 8.9 Looking at secondary data –chlorinating water
    • 8.10 Periodic trends
    • 8.11 How scientists work: inside sub-atomic particles
    • 8.12 Review
  • 9 Engery changes
    • 9.1 Energy changes in chemical reactions
    • 9.2 Investigating fuels
    • 9.3 Choosing fuels
    • 9.4 Calculating food energy
    • 9.5 Investigating endothermic changes
    • 9.6 Review
  • 10 The reactivity Series
    • 10.1 The reactions of metals with oxygen
    • 10.2 The reactions of metals with water
    • 10.3 The reactions of metalswith acids
    • 10.4 The reactivity series
    • 10.5 Nickel in the reactivity series
    • 10.6 Metal displacement reactions
    • 10.7 Using the reactivity series: extracting metals from their ores
    • 10.8 Writing symbol equations
    • 10.9 Review
  • 11 Making Salts
    • 11.1 Making salts – acids and metals
    • 11.2 Making salts – acids and carbonates
    • 11.3 Making salts – acids and alkalis
    • 11.4 Making salts – fertilisers
    • 11.5 Review
  • 12 Rates of reaction
    • 12.1 Rates of reaction
    • 12.2 Concentration and reaction rate
    • 12.3 Temperature and reaction rate
    • 12.4 Surface area and reaction rate
    • 12.5 Catalysts and reaction rate
    • 12.6 Review
  • Reference
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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