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AQA A-Level Chemistry Equations Sheet

AQA A-Level Chemistry Equations Sheet

This are documents of all equations students need to know for each year of the 7404/7405 AQA A level chemistry course, split into 2 documents for Year 1 and Year 2. You can save money and get these sheets and more resources from another pack on my shop, ‘Essential Resources for AQA chemistry’ here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11881999 Enjoy
aewood1993
GCSE Chemistry Structure & Bonding Revision

GCSE Chemistry Structure & Bonding Revision

This is for Year 10 and Year 11 GCSE Revision students to help them revise Structure and Bonding for Chemistry. It includes a PowerPoint with full notes and information and a Booklet which can be worked alongside the PowerPoint or can be used separately depending on ability of class. It also contains exam questions
hulahoop1000
Organic Chemistry 1 for Edexcel AS

Organic Chemistry 1 for Edexcel AS

For A level students studying Edexcel Chemistry. A detailed booklet on all you need to know about Organic 1 topic. Covers all details and basics which can be applied to other exam boards.
Sciencestudents
OCR Chemistry Gateway C6.2 Organic Chemistry Questions

OCR Chemistry Gateway C6.2 Organic Chemistry Questions

I have taken another TES users resource and adapted and added questions to it. This is a check list that covers all of the organic section of the course. Can be used as a research and open book resource or as a closed book revision exercise or split into teams with 5 minutes to answer a section each and then rotate and add to or correct.
jenksings
A Level Chemistry OCR A Module 4.2.1 Lesson 1- Properties of Alcohols

A Level Chemistry OCR A Module 4.2.1 Lesson 1- Properties of Alcohols

A Level Chemistry OCR A Module 4.2.1 Lesson 1- Properties of Alcohols Lesson on the properties of alcohols -Naming them -Their intermolecular forces -Solubility in water -Boiling Point in comparison to alkanes. Lesson Includes: Starter and Plenary Objectives Activities Worksheets Exam Questions Hope you enjoy and leave feedback :)
rcmcauley
AQA GCSE Chemistry C10 REVISION (Using resources)

AQA GCSE Chemistry C10 REVISION (Using resources)

A fully resourced lesson presentation (53 slides) and associated worksheet that uses a combination of exam questions, understanding checks, quick tasks and a quiz competition to help the students to assess their understanding of the topics found within unit C10 (Using resources) of the AQA GCSE Chemistry specification (specification point C4.10). The lesson includes useful hints and tips to encourage success in assessments. The topics that are tested within the lesson include: Potable water Waste water treatment Alternative methods of extracting metals Using materials The Haber process Students will be engaged through the numerous quiz rounds including one called “It’s time for acTION” which requires students to work out a process (ending in -tion) from the provided definition
GJHeducation
Types of alcohol

Types of alcohol

This is a very simple revision sheet or poster showing the difference between primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols.
simondobbs
AQA A-level Chemistry - Practice Papers 1, 2 and 3 - clear, space for feedback, mark scheme included

AQA A-level Chemistry - Practice Papers 1, 2 and 3 - clear, space for feedback, mark scheme included

A set of three practice A-level papers for AQA A level chemistry. Clear dyslexia friendly presentation with larger print and coloured boxes for answers. Space provided for teacher feedback and/or student reflection. Markschemes included at the back of each document. Genuine exam paper style questions. Content arranged as follows in line with external exams. PDF and Word files provided. Paper 1 What’s assessed Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.1 to 3.1.3, 3.1.6 to 3.1.8 and 3.1.10 to 3.1.12) Inorganic chemistry (section 3.1) Relevant practical skills How it’s assessed Written exam: 2 hours 105 marks 35% of A-level Questions 105 marks of short and long answer questions Paper 2 What’s assessed Relevant physical chemistry topics (sections 3.1.2 to 3.1.6 and 3.1.9) Organic chemistry (section 3.3) Relevant practical skills How it’s assessed Written exam: 2 hours 105 marks 35% of A-level Questions 105 marks of short and long answer questions Paper 3 What’s assessed Any content Any practical skills How it’s assessed Written exam: 2 hours 90 marks 30% of A-level Questions 40 marks of questions on practical techniques and data analysis 20 marks of questions testing across the specification 30 marks of multiple choice questions
Professor_Bunsen