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Molar Concentration
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Molar Concentration

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Aligned with unit 1 from the IBDB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons * Calculation of concentration of solutions * Solution stoichiometry and solution analysis for known vs. unknown solutions and neutralization reactions. Includes Notes and sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes Scaffolding Questions and Practice Questions (with answers).
Stoichiometry and The Mole Concept
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Stoichiometry and The Mole Concept

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Aligned with unit 1 from the IBDB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 1.1 Writing balanced chemical equations with state symbols 1.1 Mole Conversions 1.1 Stoichiometric ratios within compounds 1.2 Empirical Formula calculation 1.2 Molecular Formula calculation 1.3 Limiting and Excess Reactants 1.3 Theoretical and Actual Yields 1.3 Percent Yield Includes Notes and sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes Scaffolding Questions and Practice Questions (with answers).
Atomic Structure
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Atomic Structure

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Covers unit 2 and 12 from the IB DB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 2.1 The Atom 2.1 Isotopes 2.2 Electron configuration 12. 1 Electrons in an atom 12.1 Ionization Energies Includes notes and comprehension based questions (with answers). Includes video links to support differentiation Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes syllabus content to ensure complete coverage of topics
Stoichiometry
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Stoichiometry

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Aligned with Unit 1 of the IBDP syllabus Includes scaffolding questions with step by step solutions Includes practice questions with solutions Easy to understand notes for all subtopics. Can be used in class with little or no change. Ideal for teaching in class or revision before an assessment or summarizing the unit.
Gas Laws, Ideal gas Equation and Molar Volumes
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Gas Laws, Ideal gas Equation and Molar Volumes

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Aligned with unit 1 from the IBDB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons Individual Gas Laws Ideal Gas Equation Calculating Molar Volumes Includes Notes and sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes Scaffolding Questions and Practice Questions (with answers).
Organic Chemistry
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Organic Chemistry

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Aligned with unit 10.1 from the IB DB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 10.1 Organic Nomenclature 10.1 Systematic Increase in the boiling points of alaknes 10.1 Functional Groups Includes calculation of empirical and molecular formula for organic compounds Deducing lewis dot structures of basic organic compounds Includes notes and comprehension based questions (with answers). Includes video links to support differentiation Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes curriculum outline to ensure complete coverage of topics Includes word wall for key terms
Chemical Bonding
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Chemical Bonding

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Aligned with unit 4 from the IB DB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 4.1 Ionic Bonding and Structure 4.2 Covalent Bonding 4.3 Covalent Structure (Lewis Dot Structures) 4.3 Giant Covalent Structures 4.4 Intermolecular Forces 4.5 Metallic Binding (and alloys) Includes notes and comprehension based questions (with answers). Includes video links to support differentiation Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes curriculum outline to ensure complete coverage of topics Includes word wall for key terms
Periodic Table, Periodicity, first row d-block elements and coloured compounds
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Periodic Table, Periodicity, first row d-block elements and coloured compounds

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Aligned with units 3 and 13 from the IB DB Chemistry Syllabus The unit is broken into mini-lessons 3.1 Periodic Table 3.2 Periodic Trends 13.1 first row d-block elements 13.2 coloured complexes Includes notes and comprehension based questions (with answers). Includes video links to support differentiation Includes mind maps for linking concepts Includes sample questions with step-by-step solutions Includes curriculum outline to ensure complete coverage of topics Includes word wall for key terms
The Periodic Table
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The Periodic Table

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The aim of this lesson to learn how to read and interpret the periodic table through this guided task sheet. Includes Understandings: The periodic table is arranged into four blocks associated with the four sub-levels- s, p, d, and f. The periodic table consists of groups (vertical columns) and periods (horizontal rows). The period number (n) is the outer energy level that is occupied by electrons. The number of the principal energy level and the number of the valence electrons in an atom can be deduced from its position on the periodic table. The periodic table shows the positions of metals, non-metals and metalloids. Applications and skills: Deduction of the electron configuration of an atom from the elements position on the periodic table, and vice versa. Includes a multiple choice quiz with answers to test knowledge and understanding at the end. Ideal for a flip-class of as a revision packet.
Chemical Bonding
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Chemical Bonding

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Ideal for IGCSE Chemistry Includes Ionic bonds and compounds, Covalent bonds and compounds, Giant covalent structures, Metallic bonds and compouds, Alloys and role of electronegativity in predicting the type of bond.