Oxford University Press
A Level Chemistry for OCR A: Year 2
Rob Ritchie, Dave Gent
Science & Math
A Level Chemistry for OCR A: Year 2
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Please note this title is suitable for any student studying: Exam Board: OCR Level: A Level Year 2 Subject: Chemistry First teaching: September 2015 First exams: June 2017 Written by curriculum and specification experts in partnership with OCR, this Student Book supports and extends students through the new course while delivering the breadth, depth, and skills needed to succeed in the new A Level and beyond. It develops true subject knowledge while also
developing essential exam skills. Covers the second year worth of content required for the new OCR Chemistry A A Level specification.

Front Cover
Title Page
AS/A Level course structure
How to use this book
Module 1 Development of practical skills in chemistry
Module 5 Physical chemistry and transition elements
18 Rates of Reactions
18.1 Orders, rate equations, and rate constants
18.2 Concentration−time graphs
18.3 Rate−concentration graphs and initial rates
18.4 Rate-determining step
18.5 Rate constants and temperature
Practice questions
19 Equilibrium
19.1 The equilibrium constantKc – part 2
19.2 The equilibrium constant Kp
19.3 Controlling the position of equilibrium
Practice questions
20 Acids, Bases, and pH
20.1 Brønsted–Lowry acidsand bases
20.2 The pH scale and strong acids
20.3 The acid dissociation constant Ka
20.4 The pH of weak acids
20.5 pH and strong bases
Practice questions
21 Buffers and Neutralisation
21.1 Buffer solutions
21.2 Buffer solutions in the body
21.3 Neutralisation
Practice questions
22 Enthalpy and entropy
22.1 Lattice enthalpy
22.2 Enthalpy changes in solution
22.3 Factors affecting lattice enthalpy and hydration
22.4 Entropy
22.5 Free energy
Practice questions
23 Redox and electrode potentials
23.1 Redox reactions
23.2 Manganate(VII) redox titrations
23.3 Iodine/thiosulfate redox titrations
23.4 Electrode potentials
23.5 Predictions from electrode potentials
23.6 Storage and fuel cells
Practice questions
24 Transition elements
24.1 d-block elements
24.2 The formation and shapes of complex ions
24.3 Stereoisomerism in complex ions
24.4 Ligand substitution andprecipitation
24.5 Redox and qualitative analysis
Practice questions
Module 5 Summary
Module 5 Practice questions
Module 6 Organic chemistry and analysis
25 Aromatic Compounds
25.1 Introducing benzene
25.2 Electrophilic substitutionreactions of benzene
25.3 The chemistry of phenol
25.4 Directing groups
Practice questions
26 Carbonyls and carboxylic acids
26.1 Carbonyl compounds
26.2 Identifying aldehydes and ketones
26.3 Carboxylic acids
26.4 Carboxylic acid derivatives
Practice questions
27 Amines, Amino acids, and Polymers
27.1 Amines
27.2 Amino acids, amides,and chirality
27.3 Condensation polymers
Practice questions
28 Organic Synthesis
28.1 Carbon–carbon bond formation
28.2 Further practical techniques
28.3 Further synthetic routes
Practice questions
29 Chromatography and spectroscopy
29.1 Chromatography and functional group analysis
29.2 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance(NMR) spectroscopy
29.3 Carbon-13 NMR spectroscopy
29.4 Proton NMR spectroscopy
29.5 Interpreting NMR spectra
29.6 Combined techniques
Practice questions
Module 6 Summary
Module 6 Practice questions
Unifying Concepts
Practice questions
Module 2 Practice questions
Module 3 Practice questions
Module 4 Practice questions
Periodic table
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