New AQA Chemistry Year1 Revision Mat/Grid Mechanisms Bundle

New AQA Chemistry Year1 Revision Mat/Grid Mechanisms Bundle

These revision sheet bundles contain the mechanisms, reagents and conditions for reactions involving halogenoalkanes, alkenes and alcohols. 14 sheets in total including hand drawn AQA mark scheme acceptable mechanisms and practice questions. In my opinion better than the often inaccurate printed versions, in these hand drawn examples I have carefully put curly arrows and lone pairs in the right place ensuring you learn accurate mechanisms that get you the marks.
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AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-8

AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-8

Contains revision mats for AQA chemistry GCSE 9-1 Unit 1- Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Unit 2 - Bonding, Structure and the Properties of Matter Unit 3 - Quantitative Chemistry Unit 4 - Chemical Changes Unit 5 - Exothermic and endothermic reactions and cells Unit 6 - Rate and extent of chemical change and reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium Unit 7 - Organic Chemistry Unit 8 - Chemical Analysis
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New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 1 and AS topics

New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 1 and AS topics

Support your students to learn the definitions they need for all the year 1 and AS 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: 3.1.1 Atomic structure 3.1.2 Amount of substance 3.1.3 Bonding 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.6 Equilibria 3.1.7 Redox 3.2.1 Periodicity 3.2.2 Group 2 the alkaline earth metals 3.2.3 Group 7 the halogens 3.3.1 Introduction to organic chemistry 3.3.2 Alkane 3.3.3 Halogenoalkanes 3.3.4 Alkenes 3.3.5 Alcohols 3.3.6 Organic Analysis
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 1 and Unit 2 Atomic Structure and Bonding

AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 1 and Unit 2 Atomic Structure and Bonding

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 6 printable A3 mats cover unit 1 and unit 2 Mat 1 1) Atoms, elements and compounds 2) Mixtures 3) Development of the model of the atom 4) Relative electrical charges of subatomic particles 5) Size and mass of atoms 6) Relative atomic mass 7) Electronic structure Mat 2 8) The periodic table 9) Development of the periodic table 10) Metals and Non-metals 11) Group 0 12) Group 1 13) Group 7 14) Transition metals Mat 3 15) Chemical bonds 16) Ionic bonds and compounds 17) Covalent bonds compounds 18) Metallic bonding Mat 4 19) States of matter 20) Structure and properties for ionic compounds 21) Properties of small molecules 22) Properties of polymers 23) Giant covalent structures 24) Metals and alloys 25) Conductivity 26) State symbols Mat 5 27) Diamond 28) Graphite 29) Graphene and fullerenes Mat 6 30) Bulk and surface properties and nanoparticles 31) Uses of nanoparticles PHEW!!!! Should take a fair few lessons to work though and revise or can set as a homework sheet a week in the run up to exams. Unit 3 and 4 to come next watch this space.
Professor_Bunsen
AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-8

AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-8

Contains revision mats for AQA chemistry GCSE 9-1 Unit 1- Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Unit 2 - Bonding, Structure and the Properties of Matter Unit 3 - Quantitative Chemistry Unit 4 - Chemical Changes Unit 5 - Exothermic and endothermic reactions and cells Unit 6 - Rate and extent of chemical change and reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium Unit 7 - Organic Chemistry Unit 8 - Chemical Analysis
Professor_Bunsen
AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 6 - Rates and Reversible Reactions (Equilibrium)

AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 6 - Rates and Reversible Reactions (Equilibrium)

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 6 printable A3 mats cover unit 6 Rate and extent and reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium Mat 1 Calculating rates of reaction Drawing and interpreting rate graphs Tangents as a measurement of reaction rate Mat 2 Methods of measuring rates of reaction involving gas production and expected results Mat 3 Investigating the effect of change in concentration on rate of reaction and the disappearing cross Mat 4 Factors affecting rates of reaction Collision theory Activation energy Catalysts Mat 5 Reversible reactions Energy changes and reversible reactions Dynamic equilibrium Mat 6 Equilibrium and yield The effect of changing conditions on equilibrium Le Chatelier's principle The effect of changing concentration The effect of changing temperature The effect of changing pressure
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grid for Unit 7 Organic Chemistry

AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grid for Unit 7 Organic Chemistry

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 7 printable A3 mats cover the whole of unit 7 - Organic Chemistry Mat 1 Carbon compounds as fuel and feedstock Crude oil, hydrocarbons and alkanes Fractional distillation Petrochemicals Properties of hydrocarbons Complete combustion balancing equations Mat 2 Cracking and alkanes Balancing chemical equations for cracking Usefulness of cracking Structure and formulae of alkenes Mat 3 Reactions of the alkenes C=C functional group Reagents and conditions for addition of hydrogen, water and halogens Displayed formulae Mat 4 Alcohols - names and formulae Identification of functional group and displayed formula Fermentation Steam hydration Uses of alcohols Reactions of alcohols Mat 5 Carboxylic acids Functional group and displayed formula Reactions of acids Weak acids Esterification Intermolecular forces in carboxylic acids Mat 6 Addition polymerisation Recognising alkene monomers Drawing polymer H diagrams Relate the repeating unit to the monomer Condensation polymerisation Ester link -diols and -dioic acids Mat 7 Amino acids Polypeptides DNA and other naturally occurring polymers
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 8 Chemical analysis

AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 8 Chemical analysis

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 6 printable A3 mats cover unit 8 - Chemical Analysis Mat 1 Pure substances Formulations Elements, compounds and mixtures Qualitative and quantitative tests Gas tests Mat 2 Chromatography How paper chromatography separates mixtures Distinguishing pure and impure substances Interpretation of chromatograms Calculation of Rf values Mat 3 Identification of metal cations using sodium hydroxide Al, Ca, Mg, Cu, Fe(II), Fe(III) Identification of metal cations using flame tests Li, Na, K, Ca, Cu Flame tests of mixtures of metal cations Mat 4 Identification of anions Carbonates Halides Sulfates Mat 5 Practice in identification of whole compounds by combining anion and cation tests Mat 6 Instrumental methods versus chemical methods Flame emission spectroscopy Problem solving examples
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 5 Energy Changes, Exothermic, Endothermic, Cells

AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 5 Energy Changes, Exothermic, Endothermic, Cells

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 3 printable A3 mats cover unit 5 - Energy Changes Mat 1 Definitions of exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions Uses of exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions Particle model and activation energy Relative energies of reactants and products in exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions Energy profiles for exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions Changes in temperature for exothermic and endothermic chemical reactions Mat 2 Energy profiles to show activation energy and overall energy change Bond energies Using bond energies to calculate overall energy change Calculating bond energies Drawing molecules to show all the bonds present Improving experiments to measure changes in temperature Comparison of energy needed to break bonds with energy released making them Mat 3 Chemical cells and the factors affecting voltage Rechargeable and non-rechargeable cells identification Rechargeable and non-rechargeable cells advantages and disadvantages Hydrogen fuel cell advantages and disadvantages Equations in a hydrogen fuel cell overall and at each electrode Designing a lemon clock
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 4 Chemical Changes Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation

AQA Chemistry 9-1 Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 4 Chemical Changes Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 3 printable A3 mats cover unit 4 part 2 - acids, alkalis and neutralisation Mat 1 Reaction of metals with acids to produce salts and hydrogen Formation of hydrogen and hydroxide ion in solution Indicator Neutralisation and salt formation Names and formulae of common laboratory acids Names and formulae of common laboratory alkalis Charges on common ions Soluble and insoluble hydroxides Metals and acids as redox reactions Mat 2 Formation of soluble salts by evaporation and crystallisatiion pH scale and neutralisation Indicators vs. pH probes Titrations Calculations for titrations Ionic equation for neutralisation Mat 3 Strong and weak acids Ionisation of acids Difference between the terms strong and weak and concentrated and dilute The meaning of the pH scale
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 3 Quantitative Chemistry

AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 3 Quantitative Chemistry

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 4 printable A3 mats cover quantitative unit 3 Mat 1 1) Conservation of mass 2) Balanced chemical equations 3) Relative formula mass 4) Mass changes when a reactant or product is a gas 5) Chemical measurements including mean, range and uncertainty Mat 2 1) Moles 2) Avogadro 3) Amount of substances in equations 4) Using moles to balance equations Mat 3 1) Limiting reactants 2) Percentage yield 3) Yield 4) Atom economy of chemical reactions Mat 4 1) Concentrations of solutions 2) Changing the subject of an equation 3) Using concentrations of solutions in mol/dm3 4) Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases Should take a fair few lessons to work though and revise or can set as a homework sheet a week in the run up to exams. Sheets also available for Unit 1 and 2.
Professor_Bunsen
AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 4 Chemical Changes Part 1 Metals and electrolysis

AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 4 Chemical Changes Part 1 Metals and electrolysis

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These three printable A3 mats cover quantitative unit 4 part 1 - the reactions of metals Mat 1 Formation of positive ions when metal atoms react Observations when alkali metals react with water Tendency to form positive ions and the reactivity series Inclusion of carbon and hydrogen in the reactivity series Observations when metals react with acids Placing metals in order of reactivity by observation of their reactions The meaning of displacement Mat 2 What is a metal ore Examples of metals that can be found natively in the Earth Reduction to form metals Meaning of the terms oxidation and reduction in terms of oxygen Meaning of the terms oxidation and reduction in terms of electrons Equations for the extraction of metals using carbon Metal displacement Ionic equations for displacement reactions Comparisons of cost of titanium extraction vs iron extraction Mat 3 The process of electrolysis Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds Using electrolysis to extract metals Electrolysis of aqueous solutions Representation of reactions at electrodes as half equations
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AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 1-3 Differentiated for Foundation Tier

AQA Chemistry 9-1 - Revision Mats/Grids for Unit 1-3 Differentiated for Foundation Tier

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. The sheets are differentiated specifically for foundation tier students. These 4 printable A3 mats cover quantitative unit 3 Mat 1 1) Elements compounds and mixtures 2) Atomic structure 3) Sub-atomic particles 4) Separating mixtures 5) Isotopes Mat 2 1) Timeline of the discovery of the structure of the atom 2) Comparative sizes of atoms and nucleus Mat 3 1) Groups in the periodic table 2) Periods in the periodic table 3) Properties of elements with the same number of outer electrons 4) Mendeleev's periodic table Mat 4 1) Group 7 2) Group 0 3) Transition metals 4) Group 1 Mat 5 1) Finding metals and non-metals on the periodic table 2) Ionic, covalent and metallic bonding 3) Metallic bonding diagram Mat 6 1) Ionic bonding dot and cross diagrams 2) Covalent dot and cross diagrams Mat 7 1) Properties of covalent substances 2) Properties of ionic compounds Mat 8 1) Properties of metals and ions 2) How substances conduct electricity 3) The particle model and states of matter Mat 9 1) Diamond's properties and structure 2) Graphite's properties and structure Mat 10 1) Fullerenes structure and properties 2) Graphene structure and properties Mat 11 1) The law of conservation of mass 2) Understanding coefficients 3) Understanding subscripts Mat 12 1) Calculations of relative formula mass 2) Calculations of mean, range and uncertainty 3) Changes in mass in reactions involving gases Mat 13 1) Concentrations in grams/dm3 Should take a fair few lessons to work though and revise or can set as a homework sheet a week in the run up to exams.
Professor_Bunsen
AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-5

AQA GCSE Revision Mat Bundle for Chemistry Unit 1-5

Contains revision mats for AQA chemistry GCSE 9-1 Unit 1- Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table Unit 2 - Bonding, Structure and the Properties of Matter Unit 3 - Quantitative Chemistry Unit 4 - Chemical Changes Unit 5 - Exothermic and endothermic reactions and cells
Professor_Bunsen
New AQA Chemistry Year1 Revision Mat/Grid Mechanisms Bundle

New AQA Chemistry Year1 Revision Mat/Grid Mechanisms Bundle

These revision sheet bundles contain the mechanisms, reagents and conditions for reactions involving halogenoalkanes, alkenes and alcohols. 14 sheets in total including hand drawn AQA mark scheme acceptable mechanisms and practice questions. In my opinion better than the often inaccurate printed versions, in these hand drawn examples I have carefully put curly arrows and lone pairs in the right place ensuring you learn accurate mechanisms that get you the marks.
Professor_Bunsen
New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 1 and AS topics

New AQA A-level Chemistry foldable FLASH CARDS of definitions for ALL year 1 and AS topics

Support your students to learn the definitions they need for all the year 1 and AS 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: 3.1.1 Atomic structure 3.1.2 Amount of substance 3.1.3 Bonding 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.6 Equilibria 3.1.7 Redox 3.2.1 Periodicity 3.2.2 Group 2 the alkaline earth metals 3.2.3 Group 7 the halogens 3.3.1 Introduction to organic chemistry 3.3.2 Alkane 3.3.3 Halogenoalkanes 3.3.4 Alkenes 3.3.5 Alcohols 3.3.6 Organic Analysis
Professor_Bunsen
New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mat/Grid - 3.3.4 Alkenes

New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mat/Grid - 3.3.4 Alkenes

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 5 printable A3 mats cover alkenes Mat 1 Electrophilic addition mechanism HBr, bromine, and bromine water Mat 2 Intermediates and practice questions Mat 3 The reaction with concentrated sulfuric acid mechanism Regents and conditions and practice questions Mat 4 Addition polymerisation and practice questions Mat 5 Steam hydration of ethene Catalysed steam hydration Dehydration of ethanol Comparison between hydration and fermentation
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New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mats/Grids 3.3.3 Halogenoalkanes

New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mats/Grids 3.3.3 Halogenoalkanes

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 with a single sheet forming a revision activity for an entire topic. These 4 printable A3 mats cover unit 3.3.3 halogenoalkanes Mat 1 Synthesis via free radical substitution Nucleophilic substitution Reaction with hydroxide Reaction with cyanide Damage to the ozone layer Mat 2 Nucleophilic substitution reaction with ammonia to form an amine Practice mechanism questions Mat 3 Elimination reactions with hydroxide Isomerism in elimination of asymmetric halogenoalkanes Mat 4 Practice questions
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New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mat/Grid - 3.3.5 Alcohols

New AQA Chemistry A-level Revision Mat/Grid - 3.3.5 Alcohols

These simple revision mats can be printed A3 to complete in class or at home. One sheet is a great starter activity or homework task. All the sheets form a useful revision workbook. These 5 printable A3 mats cover 3.3.5 alcohols Mat 1 Steam hydration of ethene Glucose and empirical formula Fermentation conditions and comparison with hydration Mat 2 Reagents and conditions for the different methods of alcohol production Mat 3 Oxidation of alcohols Practical application of oxidation of alcohols and equipment Mat 4 Mechanism for elimination/dehydration of alcohols Formation of isomers from longer chain/or unsymmetrical alcohols Mat 5 Identification of different types of organic compounds with test tube reactions and spectroscopy
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2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 4 - Lesson 8-10 Electrolysis, extraction, plating, half equations

2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 4 - Lesson 8-10 Electrolysis, extraction, plating, half equations

This is a sequence of lessons to teach the topic of electrolysis. It contains three powerpoint presentations, a worksheet on ionic and half equations and the worksheets for the required practical on electrolysis. It could cover three lessons of teaching with another 2 to complete the required practical and so is resourced for 5 lessons in total. Lesson 1 Powerpoint 1 1) The process of electrolysis 2) REDOX and loss and gain of electrons 3) Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds Lesson 2 Powerpoint 2 1) Using electrolysis to extract metals 2) Electrolysis of aluminium oxide 3) Electroplating with copper 4) Half equations and Ionic Equations Set homework: worksheet on ionic and half equations to be completed for homework here - mark scheme provided Lesson 3 Required Practical 3 Lesson 4 Completion of booklet for required practical 3 Lesson 5 Powerpoint 3 1) Electrolysis in aqueous solution 2) Mixtures of ions 3) Electrolysis of brine 4) Competing reactions at electrodes 5) Electrolysis of acidified water I write Professor Bunsen resources to teach and test in my own classroom. I hope that I manage to make the new GCSE in chemistry engaging and exciting. Most importantly it could save you and your school time!
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AQA GCSE Chemistry Unit 4  Making Soluble Salts Worksheets

AQA GCSE Chemistry Unit 4 Making Soluble Salts Worksheets

1) An A3 grid to support students to learn and understand the different methods to make soluble salts. (docx and pdf) 2) Supportive checklist/table on the main reagents and methods for making salts (docx and pdf) 3) Practical method suitable for students to follow for making copper sulfate using sulphuric acid and copper oxide. (docx and pdf)
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2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 4 - Lesson 6 and 7 Titrations and Strong and Weak Acids

2016 AQA GCSE chemistry - Unit 4 - Lesson 6 and 7 Titrations and Strong and Weak Acids

This is a pack of two lessons to teach titrations and strong and weak acids with an introduction to the meaning of pH. It has two powerpoints and worksheets in word and pdf format with answers to the worksheet as well. 1) Titration methodology 2) Calculations 3) A3 grid 4) Resources for the neutralisation assessed practical differentiated for higher and foundation tier students 5) The meaning of strong acid in terms of complete ionisation of acid molecules in water 6) The meaning of weak acid in terms of partial ionisation of acid molecules in water 7) Comparison of the terms concentrated and dilute with strong and weak and an explanation of how a weak acid can still be concentrated and a strong acid could still be dilute. 8) Grid to test understanding of key vocabulary in the ppt file. 9) Meaning of pH in terms of the change in 10x each time you go down a pH unit - does not include logarithms it is described in an accessible way that allows students to calculate changes in concentration as pH unit changes. I write Professor Bunsen resources to teach and test in my own classroom. I hope that I manage to make the new GCSE in chemistry engaging and exciting. Most importantly it could save you and your school time!
Professor_Bunsen
New AQA A-level Chemistry - glossary, definitions and mind map for all year 1 and AS topics

New AQA A-level Chemistry - glossary, definitions and mind map for all year 1 and AS topics

Support your students to learn the definitions they need for all the year 1 and AS topics in the new specification A-level chemistry! Each powerpoint activity sheet contains a mind map for each of the topics covered and a glossary of words to cut out. Students use the first mind map for reference and then cut out and stick the definitions on the second mind map. You could completely remove the words on the second mind map and encourage students to arrange the glossary themselves to make the activity more challenging. 1) 3.1.1 and 3.1.2 Atomic structure and amount of substance 2) 3.1.3 and 3.1.4 Bonding and energetics 3) 3.1.5, 3.1.6 and 3.1.7 Kinetics, equilibria and redox 4) 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 and 3.2.3 Periodicity, group 2 and group 7 5) 3.3.1 and 3.3.2 Introduction to organic chemistry and alkanes 6) 3.3.3 and 3.3.4 Halogenoalkanes and alkenes 7) 3.3.5 and 3.3.6 Alcohols and organic analysis
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