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A-level chemistry definitions FLASHCARD bundle Year 1 and 2

A-level chemistry definitions FLASHCARD bundle Year 1 and 2

This bundle contains flashcards for the complete A-level chemistry syllabus. Based on AQA but should be consistent across the majority of A-level exam specifications. The flash cards can be printed single sided then folded and glued to make a flashcard set or could also made into booklets. I hand the cards out at the start of each topic and then do definitions tests weekly on the topic of the week. Also included is a BONUS revision sheet on the chemistry Ks!
Professor_Bunsen
New Chemistry A level- Group 2 metals

New Chemistry A level- Group 2 metals

This is a full pwpt for this small part of the topic Which has all the key facts highlighted and explained There is also a homework sheet and answer sheet as well as a RAG sheet for the spec statements in the topic
iandavies554
GCSE Chemistry Ionic and Simle Molecular Covalent Bonding Practice Questions

GCSE Chemistry Ionic and Simle Molecular Covalent Bonding Practice Questions

This resource contains 14 practice questions. Four questions are based on interpreting dot-and-cross diagrams for ionic compounds and focuses on students explaining, in terms of electrons, how atoms react. The other ten questions are additional examples of simple covalent molecules that students could be asked to apply their knowledge of completing dot-and-cross diagrams to, for example hydrogen sulphide, iodine, silicon tetrahydride, ethane etc. These resources are provided in label format with 4 identical questions per sheet. These can be printed simply on A4 paper or can alternatively be printed on 4 per sheet labels and used as a diagnostic question for homework or to reinforce key concepts before the final exam.
hf583
New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 2 topics

New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 2 topics

Support your students to learn the definitions they need for all the year 2 A-level only topics in the new specification A-level chemistry! Each word document contains definitions that can be cut, individually folded over and used to revise or learn the accepted AQA definitions of key words and concepts for every topic. Students should print the sheets in A3 or A4 and then cut each definition into a strip. Fold over and glue together to give a robust card. Shuffle and test yourself or each other. Keep each topic separate or mix it up, the units are marked on each card so they can easily be re-sorted. Fold and laminate for a longer lasting set. Good for starter activities, revision and test yourself! This resource contains definitions for: 3.1.8 Thermodynamics 3.1.9 Rate equations 3.1.10 Equilibrium Constant Kp 3.1.11 Electrode potentials and electrochemical cells 3.1.12 Acids and bases 3.2.4 Properties of period 3 elements and their oxides 3.2.5 Transition metals and 3.2.6 ions in aqueous solution 3.3.7 Optical isomerism 3.3.8 Aldehydes and ketones 3.3.9 Carboxylic acids and their derivatives 3.3.10 Aromatic chemistry 3.3.11 Amines 3.3.12 Polymers and 3.3.13 amino acids and DNA 3.3.15 NMR 3.3.16 Chromatography and infrared spectroscopy
Professor_Bunsen
KS3 Separating mixtures revision mat

KS3 Separating mixtures revision mat

Revision mat for KS3 science topic “Separating mixtures”. Includes revision the purity, chromatography, filtration, evaporation, dissolving and distillation. Includes completed revision mat and PDF copy.
BLJohnson39
AQA Trilogy: Chemistry 12.1 Pure Substances and Mixtures

AQA Trilogy: Chemistry 12.1 Pure Substances and Mixtures

A complete lesson which is fully differentiated for the new AQA Trilogy GSCE 12.1 pure susbtances and mixtures. Includes a basic practical investigation which can either be carried up as a theory or practical lesson. The lesson follows the accelerated learning cycle and promotes independent/research based learning. It also includes AFL and peer assessment. All resources can be uploaded to google classroom to further promote independent learning and to save paper. The lesson also involves a data set to promote how science works (graph/conclusion/calculating means/evaluating practical methods).
haywardandco
Chromatography Required Practical Worksheet

Chromatography Required Practical Worksheet

A worksheet that I made to support the GCSE Chromatography practical. Highlights the key errors that can be made during the practical, in addition to providing students with practice of calculating Rf values, prior to completing this for their own practical.
tgbchemistry
AQA A-level Chemistry 3.3.10 Amines, naming and reactions - Full Unit Workbook with Answers

AQA A-level Chemistry 3.3.10 Amines, naming and reactions - Full Unit Workbook with Answers

AQA A-level chemistry unit 3.1.10 Amines - Lesson or Revision workbook and notes with answers The idea of these workbooks is to cover a whole unit of work combining detailed information sections with Harvard Style note taking so the books can be used while you teach and students can add their own notes and ideas down the margin. My other aim is to use colour consistently for the different types of sections to make the booklet more dyslexia friendly as I have found that chemistry notes and questions can often be very dense, and somewhat inaccessible for students who have dyslexia. I hope I have come up with a user friendly lesson companion that can be used for all students. It can also be produced as a revision guide for the topic and contains all the notes and practice past paper questions you would need to revise along with worked examples. I have been pleased with how much my students of all abilities have enjoyed using the workbooks and hope that your students will enjoy using them too! This booklet is 20 pages long with answers to past paper questions provided at the back from page 16 onwards. It is provided in word and pdf. Please customise for personal use only and do not share or re-sell. Contents Amine functional group Naming amines with alkyl chains and naming priorities in organic chemistry Preparation of amines by the reaction of ammonia with halogenoalkanes Preparation of aliphatic amines by reduction of nitriles Preparation of aromatic amines by reduction of nitro compounds Basic properties Reactions with acyl compounds and acid anhydrides
Professor_Bunsen
New GCSE - Rusting

New GCSE - Rusting

New GCSE lesson on rusting for the AQA syllabus. Previous lesson I had the students set up the practical (nails in different conditions) to be ready to look at in this lesson. Differentiated throughout and scaffolded exam question also provided for plenary or homework. Learning Objectives: Describe what rusting is and the factors that cause it to happen Explain how different methods can prevent rusting from occurring Justify why alloys are used
ls6372
New GCSE - Chromatography

New GCSE - Chromatography

New GCSE lesson on chromatography for the AQA syllabus. Looks at calculating the retention factor of food colourings. Differentiation throughout and exam questions included. Learning Objectives: Describe what chromatography is Explain the steps in creating a chromatogram Calculate the retention factor of different food colourings
ls6372
190+ AQA, GCSE 9-1 CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 REVISION CARDS.

190+ AQA, GCSE 9-1 CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 REVISION CARDS.

Print out over 190 concise revision cards, that match up and cover all aspects of the new AQA GCSE 9-1 chemistry, paper 1 specification. Cut your or your class’ revision time by 90%, and successfully secure the highest grades in this qualification. Furthermore, this resource can be used in various ways. They can be used as revision cards, a cut and stick exercise… etc.
GCSESCIENCEMADEEASY
AQA A-level Chemistry 3.1.12 Acids and Bases -Three workbooks covering the full unit with answers

AQA A-level Chemistry 3.1.12 Acids and Bases -Three workbooks covering the full unit with answers

AQA A-level chemistry unit 3.1.12 Acids and Bases - Three lesson or revision workbooks and notes with answers covering the whole unit. These workbooks cover a whole unit of work combining detailed information sections with Harvard Style note taking so the books can be used while you teach and students can add their own notes and ideas down the margin. My other aim is to use colour consistently for the different types of sections to make the booklet more dyslexia friendly as I have found that chemistry notes and questions can often be very dense, and somewhat inaccessible for students who have dyslexia. I hope I have come up with a user friendly lesson companion that can be used for all students. It can also be produced as a revision guide for the topic and contains all the notes and practice past paper questions you need to revise along with worked examples. I have been pleased with how much my students, of all abilities, have enjoyed using the workbooks and hope that your students will enjoy using them too! These three work books are provided in word and pdf. Please customise for personal use only and do not share or re-sell. Contents Workbook Part 1 - 21 pages Brønsted Lowry Theory - Strong and Weak Acids and Bases Acid Dissociation pH Calculating pH of strong acids The ionic product of water KW Calculating pH of a strong base Workbook Part 2 - 25 pages Weak acid dissociation constant Ka Calculating the pH of a weak acid Determining Ka by experimental methods Titration curves Indicators for titrations Calibrating pH meters Workbook Part 3 - 29 pages Buffer solutions Acidic buffers Basic buffers Calculating the pH of acidic buffer solutions
Professor_Bunsen