A Level Salters Advanced Chemistry for OCR B
$61.25

A Level Salters Advanced Chemistry for OCR B

By University of York
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Book Description

Written by the University of York project team for Salters Advanced Chemistry, this Student Book supports and extends students through the new linear 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. The fourth edition combines the Chemical Storyline and Chemical Ideas into a single, integrated volume for the first time, providing
ideal support for the new specification.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • AS/A Level course structure
  • Contents by chemical storylines
  • How to use this book
  • Kerboodle
  • Development of practical skills in chemistry
  • CHAPTER 1 Elements of life
    • EL 1 Where do the chemical elements come from?
    • EL 2 How do we know so much about outer space?
    • EL 3 Electrons, where would we be without them?
    • EL 4 Organising the elements of life
    • EL 5 The molecules of life
    • EL 6 What are we made of?
    • EL 7 Blood, sweat, and seas
    • EL 8 Spectacular metals
    • EL 9 How salty?
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 1 Summary
  • CHAPTER 2 Developing fuels
    • DF 1 Getting energy from fuels
    • DF 2 How much energy?
    • DF 3 What’s in your tank?
    • DF 4 Where does the energy come from?
    • DF 5 Getting the right sizedmolecules
    • DF 6 Alkenes – versatile compounds
    • DF 7 Polymers and plastics
    • DF 8 Burning fuels
    • DF 9 What do the moleculeslook like?
    • DF 10 The trouble with emissions
    • DF 11 Other fuels
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 2 Summary
  • CHAPTER 3 Elements from the sea
    • ES 1 The lowest point on Earth
    • ES 2 Bromine from sea water
    • ES 3 Manufacturing chlorine
    • ES 4 From extracting bromine to making bleach
    • ES 5 The risks and benefits of using chlorine
    • ES 6 Hydrogen chloride in industry and the laboratory
    • ES 7 The Deacon process solves the problem again
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 3 Summary
  • CHAPTER 4 The ozone story
    • OZ 1 What’s in the air?
    • OZ 2 Screening the sun
    • OZ 3 How is ozone formed in the atmosphere?
    • OZ 4 Ozone – here today and gone tomorrow
    • OZ 5 What is removing the ozone?
    • OZ 6 The CFC story
    • OZ 7 The ozone hole
    • OZ 8 What is the state of the ozone layer now?
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 4 Summary
  • CHAPTER 5 What’s in a medicine?
    • WM 1 The development of modern ideas about medicines
    • WM 2 Identifying the active chemical in willow bark
    • WM 3 Infrared spectroscopy
    • WM 4 Mass spectrometry
    • WM 5 The synthesis of salicylic acid and aspirin
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 5 Summary
  • CHAPTER 6 The chemical industry
    • CI 1 Nitrogen chemistry
    • CI 2 Manufacturing nitric acid
    • CI 3 Manufacturing sulfuric acid
    • CI 4 The importance of rate equations
    • CI 5 Half-life and orders of reactions
    • CI 6 Manufacturing ethanoic acid
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 6 Summary
  • CHAPTER 7 Polymers and life
    • PL 1 The polyester story
    • PL 2 The nylon story
    • PL 3 Breaking down polymers
    • PL 4 What are proteins?
    • PL 5 Proteins in 3-D
    • PL 6 Enzymes
    • PL 7 Enzyme inhibitors as medicines
    • PL 8 The thread of life
    • PL 9 Spectroscopic analysis of organic compounds
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 7 Summary
  • CHAPTER 8 Oceans
    • O 1 The deep oceans
    • O 2 The role of the oceans in climate control
    • O 3 The oceans as a carbon store
    • O 4 Seashells as a carbon store
    • O 5 T he global central heating system
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 8 Summary
  • CHAPTER 9 Developing metals
    • DM 1 Metals of antiquity
    • DM 2 Transition metals as catalysts
    • DM 3 Colourful compounds
    • DM 4 Electrochemistry
    • DM 5 Rusting
    • DM 6 Complexes and ligands
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 9 Summary
  • CHAPTER 10 Colour by design
    • CD 1 Coloured molecules
    • CD 2 Benzene and delocalisation
    • CD 3 Arenes and aromatic molecules
    • CD 4 Reactions of aromati ccompounds
    • CD 5 Benzene rings and dye molecules
    • CD 6 Attaching dyes to fibres
    • CD 7 Fats and oils
    • CD 8 Gas-liquid chromatography
    • CD 9 Carbonyl compounds and organic synthesis
    • CD 10 Planning an organic synthesis
    • CD 11 Solving synthetic problems
    • Practice questions
    • Chapter 10 Summary
  • SCIENTIFIC LITERACY IN CHEMISTRY
  • Techniques and procedures
  • Periodic table
  • Answers
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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