GCSE Chemistry Revision Maps (Revision Mats) Edexcel 9-1

GCSE Chemistry Revision Maps (Revision Mats) Edexcel 9-1

A collection of 20 revision mind-maps for students to fill in. Designed for the Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry specification. Contains maps for all the separate chemistry topics and combined topics (labeled as such so you can use with combined or separate students). The topics of the 20 mind-maps are: atmosphere, fuels, rates, energy changes, groups, ion tests, organic chemistry, polymers & nanoparticles, states and separation, chromatography, metals - combined, metals-separate, acids, salts, electrolysis, equilibrium, atomic structure, periodic table, ionic bonding and covalent bonding.
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Enthalpy Changes Introduction OCR A level

Enthalpy Changes Introduction OCR A level

A lesson introducing enthalpy changes – it covers the difference between an endothermic and exothermic reaction, drawing energy profile diagrams, standard conditions and standard enthalpy of formation, neutralisation and combustion. Includes exam questions on the slides for students to work through. No printing needed.
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IR Spectroscopy OCR A level Chemistry

IR Spectroscopy OCR A level Chemistry

A lesson on IR spectroscopy designed for the OCR A level specification. Lesson covers how to identify carbonyl groups, alcohols and carboxylic acids from an IR spectrum, why IR is useful and a the greenhouse effect. Includes exam questions on the slides. Also includes a handout of the IR spectra from the Power Point to print for students.
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Mass Spectrometry OCR A level

Mass Spectrometry OCR A level

A lesson on mass spectrometry designed for OCR A level. Lesson includes what a M+ peak is, how to calculate the empirical formula using a M+ peak and percentage composition, fragmentation patterns and exam questions on identifying alcohols and alkanes from a mass spectrum. Includes a handout of the mass spectra used in the lesson to print for students so they can annotate.
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Bond Enthalpy OCR A level Chemistry

Bond Enthalpy OCR A level Chemistry

A lesson on bond enthalpy designed for OCR A level chemistry specification. The lesson covers what an average bond enthalpy is, the link between bond making and bond breaking and endo and exothermic, and how to calculate an energy change from bond energies. Exam questions and answers are provided on the slides.
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Measuring Enthalpy Changes Q=mcdT OCR A level

Measuring Enthalpy Changes Q=mcdT OCR A level

Resources includes 2 presentations on measuring enthalpy changes (using the Q=mcdT equation). It covers the equation, its units, applying it to different reactions and uncertainty and experimental design questions. No printing required. Designed for the OCR A level specification.
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Core Practicals Revision Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science

Core Practicals Revision Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science

Includes a Power Point presentation that reviews all of the core practicals from Edexcel 9-1 combined science. There are a few slides per practical that briefly summarises it and then question and answer slides for the students to complete. An exam questions for each practical is included. Resource also includes 40 marks of exam questions on the core practicals to set as a test/homework. I have not used any of the exam questions from the sample papers so this resource can be used as a revision for mocks.
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Separate Chemistry Calculations Revision Edexcel 9-1

Separate Chemistry Calculations Revision Edexcel 9-1

Includes a summary Power Point of the 20 key calculations for Edexcel 9-1 higher separate chemistry. Also includes 3 sets of worksheets on the 20 key calculations to go with Power Point. Bronze has 20 questions in the same order as the slides, Silver has 20 but in random order and Gold has more complicated calculations. Can set as homework or use in a revision lesson.
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Materials Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science

Materials Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science

A lesson on materials for the Edexcel 9-1 separate sciences specification. Covers the properties of different materials (ceramics, composites, glass) and asks students to choose the best material for a given use from data provided. Includes exam questions or exam-style questions on the slides. No printing required.
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Oxidation of Alcohols AS Chemistry OCR

Oxidation of Alcohols AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson on the oxidation reactions of alcohols designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson contains a practical on testing alcohols with potassium dichromate, the equations for the oxidation of alcohols into aldehydes, ketones and acids and questions for students to work through (with answers). The presentation contains questions (and answers) for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Properties of Alcohols AS Chemistry OCR

Properties of Alcohols AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson introducing alcohols and their properties designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson goes over how to classify alcohols as primary, secondary and tertiary, why alcohols are more soluble in water than alkanes and trends in boiling points. The presentation contains questions (and answers) for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Haloalkanes and the Ozone Layer AS Chemistry OCR

Haloalkanes and the Ozone Layer AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson covering haloalkanes and the ozone layer designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson goes why the ozone layer is important, what CFCs are and their uses and the free radical reactions between CFCs and NO and ozone. The presentation contains questions (and answers) for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Reactions of  Alcohols Elimination and Combustion AS Chemistry OCR

Reactions of Alcohols Elimination and Combustion AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson on reactions of alcohols designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson goes over what an elimination reaction is, how to predict the products of an elimination reaction, and combustion of alcohols . The presentation contains questions (and answers) for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Haloalkanes and Substitution Reactions AS Chemistry OCR

Haloalkanes and Substitution Reactions AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson introducing alcohols and their properties designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson goes over how to classify haloalkanes as primary, secondary and tertiary, what substitution and nucleophile mean and the mechanism for nucleophilic substitution (Sn2). The presentation contains questions (and answers) for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Hydrolysis of Haloalkanes Trends in Reactivity AS Chemistry OCR

Hydrolysis of Haloalkanes Trends in Reactivity AS Chemistry OCR

A lesson on reactivity trends in the rate of hydrolysis of haloalkanes designed for the OCR AS chemistry specification. The lesson goes over impact of changing the halogen on the rate of hydrolysis and contains a practical for the students to investigate the rate of hydrolysis. The presentation contains questions for students to work through on slides, so no printing is needed.
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Molar Mass, Moles and Concentration Year 12 BTEC

Molar Mass, Moles and Concentration Year 12 BTEC

A lesson on relative formula mass (molar mass), moles and concentration calculations. Designed for Pearson BTEC Level 3 National Certificate in Applied Science Unit 1 (Principles and Applications of Science I). Includes calculations and questions for students to complete on the slides. No printing required.
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Nanoparticles Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science

Nanoparticles Edexcel 9-1 Separate (Triple) Science

A lesson on nanoparticles for Edexcel 9-1 separate sciences. Covers what a nanoparticle is, uses of them and how to compare sizes of particles and how to calculate the surface to volume ratio of a nanoparticle. Includes tasks and exam questions on slides for students. No printing required.
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