A booklet of worksheets, following the AQA GCSE Chemistry specification for both higher and foundation tiers. Answers are provided as a separate booklet for both sets of work - higher and foundation.

C1 booklets include:

The Periodic Table
Subatomic particles and atomic structure
Subatomic particles and RAM
Electronic Structure
The development of the atom
Atoms, element and compounds
Separation techniques (filtration, chromatography and distillation)
Metals and non-metals
Group 1
Group 7
Group 0
Balancing equations
Transition Metals

C2 booklets include:

Ionic bonds
Ionic compounds
Properties of ionic compounds
Covalent bonds
Properties of covalent compounds
Limits to covalent structures (Higher only)
Giant covalent molecules
Allotropes of carbon
Metallic bonding
Alloys vs pure metals
Properties of metals
What type of bonding?
States of matter
State symbols
Changing states
Limits to the three states (Higher only)
Determine the state
Nanoparticles and their uses (chemistry only)

C3 booklet includes:

Conservation of mass
Balancing equations
Relative Formula Mass
Change in mass with a gas
Uncertainty measurement calculations
Moles (HT only)
Amount of substance (HT only)
Balancing equations using moles (HT only)
Limiting reagents (HT only)
Concentration of solution
Concentration of solution - mol/dm3 (Triple - HT only)
Titrations (Triple only)
Percentage yield (Triple only)
Atom Economy
Gas volumes (Triple - HT only)
As well as a calculation help booklet.

C4 booklet includes:
Metal Oxides
Reactivity Series
Carbon Displacement (Extraction of metals via reduction)
Metal reactions with acids
pH scale
Neutralisation reactions
Strong and Weak acids (HT only)
Soluble Salts Required Practical
Titrations (Chemistry only)
Determining strength of acid/alkali via titration (Chemistry only)
Soluble Salts via titration Required Practical (Chemistry only)
Ionic Equations (HT only)
Molten electrolysis
Molten electrolysis half equations (HT only)
Aqueous electrolysis
Aqueous electrolysis half equations (HT only)
Will this substance be electrolysed?
Cells and Batteries (Chemistry only)
Fuel Cells (Chemistry only)
Fuel Cells half equations (Chemistry only) (HT only)
Fuel cells vs rechargeable batteries (Chemistry only)

C5 booklet includes

Exothermic Reactions
Endothermic Reactions
Required practical and graph
Bond energy (HT only)
Cells and batteries (Chemistry Only)

C6 booklets include:

Calculating the rate of reaction
Factors that effect the rate: Concentration
Factors that effect the rate: Gas pressure
Factors that effect the rate: Temperature
Factors that effect the rate: Catalyst
Activation energy
Collision Theory
Calculating rate of reaction with a tangent on a curve (Higher only)
Reversible reactions
Equilibrium (Higher only)
Effect of changing conditions: Concentration (Higher only)
Effect of changing conditions: Temperature (Higher only)
Effect of changing conditions: Pressure (Higher only)
Calculating conditions for ‘What we want’ (Higher only)

C7 booklets include:

Crude Oil
Properties of hyrocarbons
fractional distillation
Alkene formulas and structures (Chemistry Only)
Alkene reactions (Chemistry Only)
Simple polymers and their uses.
Alcohols (Chemistry only)
Carboxylic Acids (Chemistry only)
Carboxylic acid being weak acids (Higher Chemistry only)
Condensation Polymerisation (Higher Chemistry only)
Amino Acids (Higher Chemistry only)
DNA (Higher Chemistry only)

C8 booklets include:

Chromatography Required Practical - method
Chromatography Analysis (RF values)
Chromatography exam style questions
Gas Tests
Flame tests (Chemistry only)
Metal precipitate tests (Chemistry only)
Carbonate test (Chemistry only)
Sulphate test (Chemistry only)
Halide test (Chemistry only)
Determining ions (Chemistry only)
Instrumental methods (Chemistry only)
Flame emission Spectroscopy (Chemistry only)

C9 booklets include:

The early atmosphere
The changing atmosphere
Factors that effect greenhouse gases
Climate change
Pollutants from fuels

C10 booklets include:

Renewable and finite resources
Potable Water
Water purification and analysis - Required Practical
Water Waster Treatment
Extracting metals from ores (Higher only)
Life Cycle Assessment
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle
Rusting (Chemistry Only)
Useful Alloys (Chemistry Only)
Polymers (Chemistry Only)
Ceramics, Composites and Glass (Chemistry Only)
The Haber Process (Chemistry Only)
Making fertilisers (Chemistry Only)


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