Resources for organic synthesis: electrophilic addition, nucleophilic substitution, elimination, free radical substitution and an organic synthesis map.
Mainly worksheets, as good mechanism powerpoints are freely available online.
Powerpoint visually shows trends in properties of the halogens, with accompanying worksheet.
Halogen displacement reactions presentation to accompany the common practical (method available online) with accompanying worksheet.
A topic introduction powerpoint about uses of the halogens.
Powerpoint visually showing the redox reactions between halide ions and conc. sulfuric acid, with accompanying handout.
Powerpoint visually showing trends in reducing ability of the halide ions, with accompanying worksheet.
Powerpoint showing how to write redox half equations for the reactions with sulfuric acid, with accompanying worksheet.
Powerpoint and practical sheet for testing for halide ions (making silver halides).
First powerpoint covers how to determine if a substance is oxidised (oxidized) or reduced in a redox reaction, splitting redox equations into half equations, and oxidising (oxidizing) and reducing agents. Links to the thermite reaction to do as a demo prior to the powerpoint and has an accompanying worksheet.
Second powerpoint covers combining redox half equations, links to the first and also has accompanying worksheet.
Powerpoint explaining how to calculate oxidation states, plus an accompanying worksheet.
Powerpoint explaining how to solve 'in acidic solution' balancing style questions (as found in AQA A-level papers), plus an accompanying worksheet.