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A level chemistry worksheets and workbooks

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Resources for A level Chemistry and AS level Chemistry. Workbooks to help students make effective, exam focused notes and learn how to apply their knowledge. Worksheets to help students practice the basics and build an in-depth understanding of the content.

Resources for A level Chemistry and AS level Chemistry. Workbooks to help students make effective, exam focused notes and learn how to apply their knowledge. Worksheets to help students practice the basics and build an in-depth understanding of the content.
Organic Chemistry for A level Workbook (introduction)
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Organic Chemistry for A level Workbook (introduction)

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A 17 page workbook for AQA AS and A-level Chemistry Introduction to Organic Chemistry (specification reference 3.3.1). This workbook includes worksheets: Types of Formulae Naming organic compounds for AS level Chemistry and A level chemistry Isomerism AS level Chemistry and A level chemistry This workbook is designed for use in class or independent study and asks students questions to help them apply their knowledge, make synoptic links between the topics and make detailed notes. The material in this introduction to organic chemistry workbook goes beyond the basics for AS level and A level chemistry so will help students develop the knowledge and skills they need for the exams. It is ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates. Other AQA A-level Chemistry Organic workbooks: Organic Analysis Alcohols
Alcohols A level chemistry workbook
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Alcohols A level chemistry workbook

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An 17 page independent study workbook for AQA AS and A-level Chemistry Alcohols (specification reference 3.3.5). The workbooks guides students to make notes on the following: Revision of formulae, nomenclature and isomerism for AS Level chemistry and A level chemistry year 1 Classification of alcohols Physical properties of alcohols Production of ethanol Elimination reactions of alcohols to make alkenes Oxidation reactions of alcohols to make aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids Testing for Aldehydes and ketones. This workbook is designed for use in class or independent study and asks students questions to help them apply their knowledge, make synoptic links between the topics and make detailed notes. It is also perfect for end of topic revision.
Thermodynamics A level Chemistry workbook for AQA
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Thermodynamics A level Chemistry workbook for AQA

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Thermodynamics A level chemistry workbook for AQA A level Chemistry. This workbook is designed to for students to complete independently and covers the full ‘Thermodynamics’ topic for AQA A-level Chemistry. It requires them to practice applying their knowledge as they learn the material, allowing them to develop the skills they need for the exams. This workbook is ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates. The workbooks guides students to make notes on the following: Enthalpy definitions Born-Haber cycles -including questions Enthalpy of solution -including questions Entropy Gibbs free energy Feasibility of reactions Graphs to show how ΔG varies with temperature (encourages students to go far deeper than the text book).
Halogenoalkanes A level Chemistry workbook
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Halogenoalkanes A level Chemistry workbook

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A 14 pageworkbook for AQA AS and A-level Chemistry Halogenoalkanes (specification reference 3.3.3). This workbook includes a series of worksheets to help students develop a in depth understanding of halogenoalkanes and reinforces the development of the skills required to succeed with organic chemistry. This workbook covers the following: Formulae and nomenclature of halogeonallkanes Physical properties of halogenoalkanes Reactivity of halogenoalkanes Nucleophilic substitution reactions Elimination reactions Nomenclature and formulae of the products of halogenoalkane reactions (alcohols, alkenes, nitriles, amines) Predicting the products of the reactions of halogenoalkanes Working out the reactant when given the products of haloegenoalkane reactions Isomeric products of the reactions of halogenoalkanes Products of further substitutions of halogenoalkanes Chlorofluoroalkanes and revision of free radical substitution Space to make notes on exam technique This workbook is designed for use in class or independent study and asks students questions to help them apply their knowledge, make synoptic links between the topics and make detailed notes. The material in this Halogenoalkanes organic chemistry workbook goes beyond the basics for AS level and A level chemistry so will help students develop the knowledge and skills they need for the exams. It is ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates. For practice with the basics of Organic chemistry get my introduction to organic chemistry workbook here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/organic-chemistry-for-a-level-workbook-introduction-12607872
Organic Analysis A level chemistry workbook
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Organic Analysis A level chemistry workbook

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Organic analysis workbook for AQA AS level Chemistry and A level Chemistry (specification reference 3.3.6). This workbook includes Test tube reactions for AS level chemistry and A level chemistry year 1 Mass spectrometry for AS level Chemistry and A level chemistry year 1 (including mass spectrometry of halogenoalkanes) Infrared spectroscopy AS level chemistry and A level chemistry year 1 Tips for answering Infrared spectroscopy exam questions. This workbook is designed for use in class or independent study and asks students questions to help them apply their knowledge, make synoptic links between the topics and make detailed notes. The material in this organic analysis workbook goes beyond the basics for AS level and A level chemistry so will help students develop the knowledge and skills they need for the exams. It is ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates.
Atomic Structure A-level Chemistry independent study workbook
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Atomic Structure A-level Chemistry independent study workbook

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Includes a link to a video series on algebra mass spectrometry calculations. An 24 page independent study workbook for AQA AS and A-level Chemistry Atomic structure (specification reference 3.1.1). This workbook is designed to for students to complete independently and covers the full ‘Atomic structure’ topic. It requires them to practice applying their knowledge as they learn the material, allowing them to develop the skills they need for the exams. It’s ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates. The workbooks guides students to make notes on the following: Fundamental particles Isotopes Time of flight mass spectrometry Ar/abundance calculations (inc. algebra video tutorials) TOF calculations (includes 3 practice calculations and instructions on using Avogadro’s number to calculate mass and a link to worked examples from the RSC) Abundance of chlorine and bromine molecules Electron configurations Ionisation energies Chemworkbooks Each workbook is designed to guide students through one AQA A-level Chemistry topic. They instruct them on what to make notes on and challenge them to apply their knowledge. The workbooks also help students make synoptic links between the topics. They’re suitable for students who are studying a topic independently, or to supplement work done in class. The workbooks are challenging to complete, but they force students to really think about the content and make exam-focused notes instead of just mindlessly copying out the text book. They were produced with the Oxford AQA textbooks in mind, but students could use any AQA Chemistry textbook, youtube videos to complete them. In some cases they go beyond what’s in the textbooks, as some sections are application-based, so they may need to consult a variety of resources. Each workbook also includes study tips and teaches skills relevant to each topic (e.g. writing ionic equations) where relevant.
Aromatic Chemistry A Level Chemistry workbook
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Aromatic Chemistry A Level Chemistry workbook

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An 11 page independent study workbook for AQA AS and A level Chemistry Aromatic Chemistry (specification reference 3.3.10). This workbook guides students to make notes on the following: The structure and bonding in benzene Evidence for the structure of benzene Other aromatic compounds (includes practice drawing displayed and skeletal formulae when given the name) Physical properties of benzene Electrophilic substitution reactions Nitration of benzene Friedel-Crafts Acylation Reactions of side chains Structural isomers of substituted benzene This workbook is structured as a series of questions and activities to encourage students to apply their knowledge as they learn the material, to ensure they develop a depth of understanding that goes beyond the basics. It also challenges students to make synoptic links between the different topics. It is ideal for use in class or independent study. It can also be used for end of topic revision, or revision in the run up to the A level chemistry exams. For practice with the basics of Organic chemistry get my introduction to organic chemistry workbook here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/organic-chemistry-for-a-level-workbook-introduction-12607872
Period 3 elements and their oxides A-level Chemistry independent study workbook
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Period 3 elements and their oxides A-level Chemistry independent study workbook

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An 18 page independent study workbook for AQA A-level Chemistry Period 3 elements and their oxides (specification reference 3.2.4). This workbook is designed to for students to complete independently and covers the full ‘Properties of period 3 elements and their oxides’ topic for AQA A-level Chemistry. It requires them to practice applying their knowledge as they learn the material, allowing them to develop the skills they need for the exams. It’s ideal for home learning, revision, or students studying A-level chemistry as external candidates. The workbooks guides students to make notes on the following: The structure and properties of the elements of period 3 The reactions of period 3 elements with oxygen and water The oxides of period 3 elements The reactions of the period 3 oxides with water The reactions of the period 3 oxides with acids/bases This workbook also includes a guide to writing ionic equations.
Skeletal formula A level Chemistry worksheets
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Skeletal formula A level Chemistry worksheets

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Skeletal formula for A level chemistry worksheets. This set of 4 worksheets gives practice with both drawing skeletal formulae and practice with naming compounds when given the skeletal formula (IUPAC nomenclature). There are 4 worksheets in total, each with 9 questions.** The package also includes the answer sheet.** *** Skeletal formulae worksheet 1**: skeletal formulae of hydrocarbons *** Skeletal formulae worksheet 2:** naming hydrocarbons from the skeletal formula *** Skeletal formulae worksheet 3:** Draw the skeletal formulae of compounds from the following homologous series: alcohols, halogenoalkanes, animes, aldehydes, ketones, nitriles *** Skeletal formulae worksheet 4:** Name the compounds from the following homologous series when given the skeletal formula: carboxylic acids, amides, amines, esters, acyl chlorides, acid anhydrides, halogenoalkanes, ketones, amino acids. Worksheets 1,2 and 3 are suitable for year 1 and AS students, as well as being good revision for year 2 students. Worksheet 4 is suitable for year 2 students and can be used to introduce the new compounds covered in year 2. You can also use these worksheets to give students practice with different types of formulae e.g. you could ask them to draw displayed formulae, structural formulae, empirical formulae, draw an isomer etc. My Introduction to Organic chemistry workbook also includes practice with drawing skeletal formulae (and all other formulae) and nomenclature https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/organic-chemistry-for-a-level-workbook-introduction-12607872