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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 2 - Solutions and Solubility
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 2 - Solutions and Solubility

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.4 - Understand how the results of experiments involving the dilution of coloured solutions and diffusion of gases can be explained. Specification Point 1.5 - Know what is meant by the terms: solvent, solute, solution and saturated solution. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations - The Complete Course
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations - The Complete Course

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The complete Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry course from start to finsh. Huge bundle of resources with every topic covered. Complete set of concise, modern presentations for Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry (4CH1) Chapters 1 - 7 Contains colour coded specification points with handmade vector graphics. 38 presentations included: 1 - States of Matter 2 - Solutions and Solubility 3 - Calculating Solubility 4 - Elements, Compounds and Mixture 5 - Methods of Separation 6 - Paper Chromatography 7 - Atoms and Molecules 8 - The Periodic Table 9 - Formulae and Calculations 10 - Formulae and Calculations Part 2 11 - Concentration and Volumes 12 - Ionic Bonding 13 - Covalent Bonding 14 - Metallic Bonding 15 - Electrolysis 16 - Group 1 Elements 17 - Group 7 Elements 18 - Atmospheric Gases 19 - Metals and the Reactivity Series 20 - The Uses of Metals 21 - Acids and Alkalis 22 - Titrations 23 - Acids, Bases and Salts 24 - Making Salts 25 - Chemical Tests 26 - Energetics 27 - Bond Energies 28 - Rates of Reaction 29 - Reversible Reactions 30 - Dynamic Equilibria 31 - Organic Compounds 32 - Crude Oil 33 - Burning Hydrocarbons 34 - Alkanes and Alkenes 35 - Organic Compounds Part 2 36 - Esters 37 - Addition Polymers 38 - Condensation Polymers
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations - Chapters 1-4
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations - Chapters 1-4

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Huge bundle of resources. First half of the Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry course covered in full. Complete set of concise, modern presentations for Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry (4CH1) Chapter 1 - Particles and Mixtures, Chapter 2 - Atoms and Molecules, Chapter 3 - Bonding and Chapter 4 - Metals, Halogens and Atmospheric Gases. Contains colour coded specification points with handmade vector graphics. 20 presentations included: 1 - States of Matter 2 - Solutions and Solubility 3 - Calculating Solubility 4 - Elements, Compounds and Mixtures 5 - Methods of Separation 6 - Paper Chromatography 7 - Atoms and Molecules 8 - The Periodic Table 9 - Formulae and Calculations 10 - Formulae and Calculations Part 2 11 - Concentrations and Volumes 12 - Ionic Bonding 13 - Covalent Bonding 14 - Metallic Bonding 15 - Electrolysis 16 - Group 1 Elements 17 - Group 7 Elements 18 - Atmospheric Gases 19 - Metals and the Reactivity Series 20 - The Uses of Metals
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 23 - Acids, Bases and Salts
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 23 - Acids, Bases and Salts

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 2.34 - Know the general rules for predicting the solubility of ionic compounds in water. Specification Point 2.35 - Understand acids and bases in terms of proton transfer. Specification Point 2.36 - Understand that an acid is a proton donor and a base is a proton acceptor. Specification Point 2.37 - Describe the reactions of hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid and nitric acid with metals, bases and metal carbonates to form salts. Specification Point 2.38 - Know that metal oxides, metal hydroxides and ammonia can act as bases, and that alkalis are bases that are soluble in water. Specification Point 2.39 - Describe an experiment to prepare a pure, dry sample of a soluble salt, starting from an insoluble reactant. Specification Point 2.42 - Practical: prepare a sample of pure, dry hydrated copper (II) sulphate crystals starting from copper (II) oxide. Complete set of Chapter 5 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 1 - States of Matter
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 1 - States of Matter

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.1 - Understand the three states of matter in terms of the arrangement, movement & energy of the particles. Specification Point 1.2 - Understand the interconversions between the three states of matter in terms of: The names of the interconversions. How they are achieved. The changes in arrangement, movement & energy of the particles. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 3 - Calculating Solubility
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 3 - Calculating Solubility

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.5C - Know what is meant by the term solubility in the units grams per 100 grams of solvent. Specification Point 1.6C - Understand how to plot and interpret solubility curves. Specification Point 1.7C - Practical: investigate the solubility of a solid in water at a specific temperature. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations Chapter 1 - Particles and Mixtures
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Presentations Chapter 1 - Particles and Mixtures

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Complete set of concise, modern presentations for Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry (4CH1) Chapter 1 - Particles and Mixtures. Contains colour coded specification points. Six presentations included: 1 - States of Matter 2 - Solutions and Solubility 3 - Calculating Solubility 4 - Elements, Compounds and Mixtures 5 - Methods of Separation 6 - Paper Chromatography
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 6 - Paper Chromatography
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 6 - Paper Chromatography

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.11 - Understand how a chromatogram provides information about the composition of a mixture. Specification Point 1.12 - Understand how to use the calculation of Rf values to identify the components of a mixture. Specification Point 1.13 - Practical: understand how a chromatogram provides information about the composition of a mixture. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 5 - Methods of Separation
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 5 - Methods of Separation

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.10 Describe the following experimental techniques for the separation of mixtures: Simple distillation. Fractional distillation. Filtration. Crystallisation. Paper chromatography. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 26 - Energetics
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 26 - Energetics

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 3.1 - Know that chemical reactions in which heat energy is given out are described as exothermic, and those in which heat energy is taken in are described as endothermic. Specification Point 3.2 - Describe simple calorimetry experiments for reactions such as combustion, displacement, dissolving and neutralisation. Specification Point 3.3 - Calculate the heat energy change from a measured temperature change using the expression Q = mcΔT. Specification Point 3.4 - Calculate the molar enthalpy change (ΔH) from the heat energy change, Q. Specification Point 3.8 - Practical: investigate temperature changes accompanying some of the following types of change: salts dissolving in water, neutralisation reactions, displacement reactions and combustion reactions. Complete set of Chapter 6 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 4 - Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 4 - Elements, Compounds and Mixtures

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.8 - Understand how to classify a substance as an element, compound or mixture. Specification Point 1.9 - Understand that a pure substance has a fixed melting and boiling point, but that a mixture may melt or boil over a range of temperatures. Complete set of Chapter 1 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 8 - The Periodic Table
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 8 - The Periodic Table

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.18 - Understand how elements are arranged in the periodic table. Specification Point 1.19 - Understand how to deduce the electronic configurations of the first 20 elements from their positions in the periodic table. Specification Point 1.20 - Understand how to use electrical conductivity and the acid-base character of oxides to classify elements as metals or non-metals. Specification Point 1.21 - Identify an element as a metal or a non-metal according to its position in the periodic table. Specification Point 1.22 - Understand how the electronic configuration of a main group element is related to its position in the periodic table. Specification Point 1.23 - Understand why elements in the same group of the periodic table have similar chemical properties. Specification Point 1.24 - Understand why the noble gases (Group 0) do not readily react Complete set of Chapter 2 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 9 - Formulae and Calculations
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 9 - Formulae and Calculations

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.25 - Understand how to write word equations and balanced chemical equations (including state symbols). Specification Point 1.26 - Calculate relative formula masses (including relative molecular masses) from relative atomic masses. Specification Point 1.27 - Know that the mole is the unit for the amount of a substance. Specification Point 1.28 - Understand how to carry out calculations involving amount of substance, relative atomic mass and relative formula mass. Complete set of Chapter 2 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 10 - Formulae and Calculations Part 2
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 10 - Formulae and Calculations Part 2

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.29 - Calculate reacting masses using experimental data and chemical equations. Specification Point 1.30 - Calculate percentage yield. Specification Point 1.31 - Understand how the formulae of simple compounds can be obtained experimentally, including metal oxides, water and salts containing water of crystallisation. Specification Point 1.32 - Know what is meant by the terms empirical formula and molecular formula. Specification Point 1.33 - Calculate empirical and molecular formulae from experimental data. Complete set of Chapter 2 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 20 - The Uses of Metals
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 20 - The Uses of Metals

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 2.22C - Know that most metals are extracted from ores found in the Earth’s crust and that unreactive metals are often found as the uncombined element. Specification Point 2.23C - Explain how the method of extraction of a metal is related to its position in the reactivity series, illustrated by carbon extraction for iron and electrolysis for aluminium. Specification Point 2.24C - Be able to comment on a metal extraction process, given appropriate information. Specification Point 2.25C - Explain the uses of aluminium, copper, iron and steel in terms of their properties. Specification Point 2.26C - Know that an alloy is a mixture of a metal and one or more elements, usually other metals or carbon. Specification Point 2.27C - Explain why alloys are harder than pure metals. Complete set of Chapter 4 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 19 - Metals and the Reactivity Series
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 19 - Metals and the Reactivity Series

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 2.15 - Understand how metals can be arranged in a reactivity series based on their reactions with water or dilute acid. Specification Point 2.16 - Understand how metals can be arranged in a reactivity series based on displacement reactions. Specification Point 2.17 - Know the order of reactivity of these metals: potassium, sodium, lithium, calcium, magnesium, aluminium, zinc, iron, copper, silver, and gold. Specification Point 2.18 - Know the conditions under which iron rusts. Specification Point 2.19 - Understand how the rusting of iron may be prevented by barrier methods, galvanising and sacrificial protection. Specification Point 2.20 - Understand the terms oxidation, reduction, redox, oxidising agent and reducing agent in terms of the gain or loss of oxygen and the loss or gain of electrons. Specification Point 2.21 - Practical: investigate reactions between dilute hydrochloric and sulfuric acids and metals (e.g. magnesium, zinc and iron). Complete set of Chapter 4 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 7 - Atoms and Molecules
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 7 - Atoms and Molecules

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.14 - Know what is meant by the terms atom and molecule. Specification Point 1.15 - Know the structure of an atom in terms of the positions, relative masses and relative charges of subatomic particles. Specification Point 1.16 - Know what is meant by the terms atomic number, mass number, isotopes and relative atomic mass (Ar). Complete set of Chapter 2 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 11 - Concentrations and Volumes
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 11 - Concentrations and Volumes

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.34C - Understand how to carry out calculations involving amount of substance, volume and concentration of solution. Specification Point 1.35C - Understand how to carry out calculations involving gas volumes and the molar volume of a gas. Complete set of Chapter 2 Lectures are available.
Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 12 - Ionic Bonding
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Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Lecture 12 - Ionic Bonding

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Powerpoint lecture covering the following in a modern, concise format: Specification Point 1.37 - Understand how ions are formed by electron loss or gain. Specification Point 1.38 - Know the charges of several atomic and molecular ions. Specification Point 1.39 - Write formulae for compounds formed between the ions listed in 1.38. Specification Point 1.40 - Draw dot-and-cross diagrams to show the formation of ionic compounds by electron transfer, limited to combinations of elements from groups 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7. Specification Point 1.41 - Understand ionic bonding in terms of electrostatic attractions. Specification Point 1.42 - Understand why compounds with giant ionic lattices have high melting and boiling points. Specification Point 1.43 - Know that ionic compounds do not conduct electricity when solid, but do conduct electricity when molten and in aqueous solution. Complete set of Chapter 3 Lectures are available.