A complete lesson covering section 4.2.4 f and g of the OCR Chemistry specification- mass spectroscopy. It shows how the molecular ion is formed and how the M peak can be used to determine molecular mass. It also covers fragmentation and the uses of fragments to help identify compounds. It also discusses the M+1 peak and its implications, including a formula to discover the number of carbons. The lesson closes with some practice using mass spectra,
The lesson includes a starter, full notes, a variety of student activities and a fully differentiated summary at the end,
All answers included
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OCR Chemistry Synthesis and analysis
This bundle covers both the organic synthesis and analysis sections of the OCR Chemistry Specification. It covers: organic techniques including distillation and reflux quick fit apparatus two example PAGs synthetic routes for producing organic products IR radiation spectrum mass spectrum combined techniques for identifying organic molecules All lessons include a starter, full notes, various student activities and a differentiated summary at the end. All answers included
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