A Level Chemistry for OCR A: Year 1 and AS
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A Level Chemistry for OCR A: Year 1 and AS

By Rob Ritchie, Dave Gent
US$ 36.24
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Book Description

Please note this title is suitable for any student studying:
Exam Board: OCR
Level: A Level Year 1 and AS
Subject: Chemistry
First teaching: September 2015
First exams: June 2016

Written by curriculum and specification experts, this Student Book supports and extends students throughout their course whilst delivering the breadth, depth, and skills needed to succeed at A Level and beyond.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • AS/A Level course structure
  • Contents
  • How to use this book
  • Kerboodle
  • MODULE 1 Development of practical skills in chemistry
  • MODULE 2 Foundations in Chemistry
    • 2 ATOMS, IONS, AND COMPOUNDS
      • 2.1 Atomic structure and isotopes
      • 2.2 Relative mass
      • 2.3 Formulae and equations
      • Practice questions
    • 3 AMOUNT OF SUBSTANCE
      • 3.1 Amount of substance and the mole
      • 3.2 Determination of formulae
      • 3.3 Moles and volumes
      • 3.4 Reacting quantities
      • Practice questions
    • 4 ACIDS AND REDOX
      • 4.1 Acids, bases, and neutralisation
      • 4.2 Acid–base titrations
      • 4.3 Redox
      • Practice questions
    • 5 ELECTRONS AND BONDING
      • 5.1 Electron structure
      • 5.2 Ionic bonding and structure
      • 5.3 Covalent bonding
      • Practice questions
    • 6 SHAPES OF MOLECULES AND INTERMOLECULAR FORCES
      • 6.1 Shapes of molecules and ions
      • 6.2 Electronegativity and polarity
      • 6.3 Intermolecular forces
      • 6.4 Hydrogen bonding
      • Practice questions
    • Module 2 summary
  • MODULE 3 Periodic table and energy
    • 7 PERIODICITY
      • 7.1 The periodic table
      • 7.2 Ionisation energies
      • 7.3 Periodic trends in bonding and structure
      • Practice questions
    • 8 REACTIVITY TRENDS
      • 8.1 Group 2
      • 8.2 The halogens
      • 8.3 Qualitative analysis
      • Practice questions
    • 9 ENTHALPY
      • 9.1 Enthalpy changes
      • 9.2 Measuring enthalpy changes
      • 9.3 Bond enthalpies
      • 9.4 Hess’ law and enthalpy cycles
      • Practice questions
    • 10 REACTION RATES AND EQUILIBRIUM
      • 10.1 Reaction rates
      • 10.2 Catalysts
      • 10.3 The Boltzmann distribution
      • 10.4 Dynamic equilibrium and le Chatelier’s principle
      • 10.5 The equilibrium constant Kc – part 1
      • Practice questions
    • Module 3 summary
  • MODULE 4 Core organic chemistry
    • 11 BASIC CONCEPTS OF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
      • 11.1 Organic chemistry
      • 11.2 Nomenclature of organic compounds
      • 11.3 Representing the formulae of organic compounds
      • 11.4 Isomerism
      • 11.5 Introduction to reaction mechanisms
    • 12 ALKANES
      • 12.1 Properties of the alkanes
      • 12.2 Chemical reactions of the alkanes
      • Practice questions
    • 13 ALKENES
      • 13.1 The properties of the alkenes
      • 13.2 Stereoisomerism
      • 13.3 Reactions of alkenes
      • 13.4 Electrophilic addition in alkenes
      • 13.5 Polymerisation in alkenes
      • Practice questions
    • 14 ALCOHOLS
      • 14.1 Properties of alcohols
      • 14.2 Reactions of alcohols
      • Practice questions
    • 15 HALOALKANES
      • 15.1 The chemistry of the haloalkanes
      • 15.2 Organohalogen compounds in the environment
      • Practice questions
    • 16 ORGANIC SYNTHESIS
      • 16.1 Practical techniques inorganic chemistry
      • 16.2 Synthetic routes
      • Practice questions
    • 17 SPECTROSCOPY
      • 17.1 Mass spectrometry
      • 17.2 Infrared spectroscopy
      • Practice questions
    • Module 4 Summary
  • Paper 1 style questions
  • Paper 2 style questions
  • Glossary
  • Answers
  • Index
  • Periodic table
  • Back Cover
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