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Hi I am a trained senior teacher for chemistry and have experience in teaching IGCSE,Edexcel, IB, A level, Victorian curriculum and CBSE. I have written lecture notes explaining the concepts in chemistry chapter wise that gives a clear idea to new teachers and students about how to apply these concepts these concepts in solving exam questions. I have some excellent resources for new chemistry teachers and new form teachers of primary and secondary classes.

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Hi I am a trained senior teacher for chemistry and have experience in teaching IGCSE,Edexcel, IB, A level, Victorian curriculum and CBSE. I have written lecture notes explaining the concepts in chemistry chapter wise that gives a clear idea to new teachers and students about how to apply these concepts these concepts in solving exam questions. I have some excellent resources for new chemistry teachers and new form teachers of primary and secondary classes.
Chemical Bonding_Worksheet_IGCSE_Chemistry and Ans Key
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Chemical Bonding_Worksheet_IGCSE_Chemistry and Ans Key

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The worksheet can be used to test understanding of basic concepts of chemical bonding such as- -Electronic configuration of elements. - Writing formula of ionic and covalent compounds. - Drawing lewis structures of ionic and covalent compounds (examples explained). - Properties of ionic and covalent compounds
The particulate nature of matter _IGCSE_Chemistry_Complete lesson and Past Questions and Ans Key
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The particulate nature of matter _IGCSE_Chemistry_Complete lesson and Past Questions and Ans Key

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This document contains lecture notes on Particulate nature of matter that can be used by teachers as lesson content for complete delivery of the chapter. Students can also use the resource for self learning the concepts such as conversion of states, kinetic particle theory, heating and cooling curve etc. At the end document also contains past exam paper questions from the chapter that have been asked in CIE exam. These questions can be given as worksheet for pracitsing the application of concepts from this chapter. All lecture content is copyright of the uploader. Topics covered- Topics Covered- • Matter • 5 States of Matter • Existence of Common states • Arrangement in Solids liquids and gases • Kinetic Particle Theory • Diffusion • Change of States • Heating Curve • Cooling Curve • Past Exam Questions for practice
IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis
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IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis

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IGCSE / GCSE / OCR Biology Practice Sheet Homeostasis Exam Style Questions and Marking Scheme Contents  Skin  Liver  Thermo-regulation  Metabolism of carbohydrate  Homeostasis  Urea  Carbon Dioxide  Kidney  Excretion
IB SL /AS level / Edexcel -Energetics (Hess Law and Enthalpy)
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IB SL /AS level / Edexcel -Energetics (Hess Law and Enthalpy)

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IB SL /AS level / Edexcel -Energetics (Hess Law and Enthalpy) Includes- MCQ’s and Theory questions Questions and Marking Scheme Content Tested- Exothermic Endothermic Activation Energy Enthalpy Lattice Enthalpy Hess Law Standard Enthalpy of Formation Standard Enthalpy of Combustion Standard Enthalpy of Reaction
IB -A Level Chemistry Equilibrium Complete Lesson - Chapter Notes
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IB -A Level Chemistry Equilibrium Complete Lesson - Chapter Notes

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This is an excellent compilation of all the sub topics IBDP or A level chemistry which I use for all my equilibrium lessons. It has all SL and HL topics clearly covered and in details as appropriate for IBDP. Contents Preview- A state of equilibrium is reached in a closed system when the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are equal. • The equilibrium law describes how the equilibrium constant (Kc) can be determined for a particular chemical reaction. • The magnitude of the equilibrium constant indicates the extent of a reaction at equilibrium and is temperature dependent. • The reaction quotient (Q) measures the relative amount of products and reactants present during a reaction at a particular point in time. Q is the equilibrium expression with non-equilibrium concentrations. The position of the equilibrium changes with changes in concentration, pressure, and temperature. • A catalyst has no effect on the position of equilibrium or the equilibrium constant. • The characteristics of chemical and physical systems in a state of equilibrium. • Deduction of the equilibrium constant expression (Kc) from an equation for a homogeneous reaction. • Determination of the relationship between different equilibrium constants (Kc) for the same reaction at the same temperature. • Application of Le Châtelier’s principle to predict the qualitative effects of changes of temperature, pressure and concentration on the position of equilibrium and on the value of the equilibrium constant. • Free Energy and Equilibrium constant
IGCSE Chemistry Redox reactions concepts_with examples
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IGCSE Chemistry Redox reactions concepts_with examples

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The document clearly explains the concepts of reduction and oxidation of elements in chemical reactions by different examples. Also explains the difference in application of three main concepts of redox. Contents include- -Electron concept of Redox (Example reactions explained) - Oxygen Hydrogen concept of Redox (Examples reactions explained) - Oxidation state concept of Redox (Examples reactions explained)
IGCSE Chemistry Chromatography Lab Planner
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IGCSE Chemistry Chromatography Lab Planner

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Chromatography Lab Planner document includes all the details teacher/ students require for performing a simple lab for identifying different pigments present in any given sample of leaf- It includes 1. Aim 2. Apparatus required 3. Principle 4. Procedure 5. Observation Table 6. Result- with diagrams and illutrations.....
IGCSE Chemistry Chemical Bonding Chapter Notes and Exam Style Questions
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IGCSE Chemistry Chemical Bonding Chapter Notes and Exam Style Questions

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Contents-  Chemical Bond  Ionic Bond  Properties of ionic compounds  Covalent Bond  Properties of covalent compounds  Metallic Bond  Coordinate Bond  Giant Structures Diamond Graphite Silica  Exam Style Questions (MCQ and Structured) Excerpts taken from IGCSE Conceptual Chemistry by Husain Pipliyawala (Copyright)
IGCSE_Chemistry_Separation techniques_Mixtures _Criteria for purity_apparatus for measuring
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IGCSE_Chemistry_Separation techniques_Mixtures _Criteria for purity_apparatus for measuring

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The resource contains the important instruments and techniques as per IGCSE chemistry. It clearly explains separation techniques and their uses (commonly asked in IGCSE exams theory and ATP papers) along with other objectives such as measurements and criteria for purity. Topics Covered- • Measurement • Pure Substances • Criteria for Purity • Difference between compounds and mixtures • Homogenous mixtures • Heterogenous mixtures • Separation Techniques • Decantation • Filteration • Sublimation • Chromatography • Distillation • Fractional distillation • Crystallisation • Centrifugation
Stoichiometry /Mole calculation/limiting reagent/ IGCSE -GCSE- Edexcel Chemistry Complete Lesson
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Stoichiometry /Mole calculation/limiting reagent/ IGCSE -GCSE- Edexcel Chemistry Complete Lesson

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This is an excellent resource I have created for students and teachers to understand various concepts of Mole calculations with solved examples. Contents- Elements Compounds Chemical Formula Word Equation Symbol Equation Balancing Equation Relative Atomic Mass Naming Compound Information from a chemical equation Definition of Mole The mole concept Molar Mass Important Formulae Limiting reagent Reacting Masses Reacting masses and ratios Molar Volumes Concentration of Solutions Water of Crystallisation Empirical and Molecular Formula Percentage Yield Percentage Purity Solved Examples of all the concepts
IGCSE Chemistry Calorimetry (Energy Changes/ Comaprison of fuels ) Lab Planner
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IGCSE Chemistry Calorimetry (Energy Changes/ Comaprison of fuels ) Lab Planner

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Calorimetry (Energy Changes/ Comaprison of fuels ) Lab Planner document contains all that a student and teacher requires to know for performing a simple lab with or without calorimeter instrument. Contents Include- 1. Aim 2. Apparatus required 3. Principle 4. Procedure 5. Observation Table 6. Calculation 7. Result- with diagrams and illustrations
School Assembly
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School Assembly

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The powerpoint is an exciting school assembly I prepared for my class .Contents include- - Moral Value of the month - Events of international importance - Respect and its importance