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After a PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and some time in industry; I finally found my calling as a secondary school teacher in Chemistry. Enjoy! Please review the resources you buy in order for me to improve my teaching and my lessons
Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry FORMULAS and MINI TEST for SEPARATE/TRIPLE SCIENCE
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Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry FORMULAS and MINI TEST for SEPARATE/TRIPLE SCIENCE

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Edexcel 9-1 Chemistry formulas All the formulas contained with the SEPARATE science topics condensed into one table. Students can stick this in their books A mini test is also present, students can be tested regularly throughout the year to check if they are revising or SIMPLY ADD THE FORMULAS AS YOU GO Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used)
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 5 Kinetics -Collision theory, Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution, catalysts
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 5 Kinetics -Collision theory, Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution, catalysts

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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 5 Kinetics -Collision theory, Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution, catalysts Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Unit 1 Section 5: 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.5.1 Collision theory LESSON 1: Objectives: To recall why reactions take place To be able to calculate rates from a graph To define the term activation energy and understand the significance Unit 1 Section 5: 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.5.2 Maxwell–Boltzmann distribution 3.1.5.3 Effect of temperature on reaction rate LESSON 2: Objectives: To interpret and draw Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution To explain how temperature affects the number of molecules with energy equal to or more than the activation energy To use the collision theory to explain the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction Unit 1 Section 5: 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.5.3 Effect of temperature on reaction rate PART OF IT 3.1.5.4 Effect of concentration and pressure LESSON 3: Objectives: To complete worksheets on Maxwell-Boltzmann distributions To use collision theory, including diagrams to explain why an increase in solution concentration/pressure leads to an increase in reaction rate To draw Maxwell-Boltzmann distributions for concentration and pressure Unit 1 Section 5: 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.5.3 Effect of temperature on reaction rate 2nd part LESSON 4: REQUIRED PRACTICAL 3 Objectives: To understand how to measure rates of reaction To investigate how the rate of the reaction of sodium thiosulfate with hydrochloric acid changes as the temperature of the reaction is changed. To evaluate the practical Unit 1 Section 5: 3.1.5 Kinetics 3.1.5.5 Effect of catalysts LESSON 5: Catalysts OBJECTIVES Objectives: To define the term catalyst To draw a reaction profile to show the impact of a catalyst on Ea To draw a Maxwell-Boltzmann distribution curve to and use it to explain how a catalyst increases reaction rate Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Haloalkanes -formation, chain reactions, nucleophilic substitution,
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AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Haloalkanes -formation, chain reactions, nucleophilic substitution,

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AQA AS level Unit 3 Section 2 Haloalkanes Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) Starter for 10 found on RSC website Haloalkane Formation of haloalkanes from alkanes - chain reactions Haloalkanes introduction Nucleophillic substitution Elimination Ozone and CFC LESSON 6: FROM ALKANE SECTION Objectives: To define what a radical is To describe the reaction mechanism for free radical substitution of methane To understand that there can be other products of a chain reaction LESSON 1: FROM HALOALKANE SECTION Objectives: To recap how to name the haloalkanes To understand the properties To understand the reactivity of the C-X bond by using bond polarity and bond enthalpy LESSON 2: To understand what nucleophiles are To understand what nucleophilic substitution is To be able to give examples of nucleophilic substitution reactions LESSON3: To understand what an elimination reaction is To understand when conditions favour elimination rather than substitution To understand when and how isomeric alkenes are formed LESSON4: To understand the role of ozone in the atmosphere To understand how chlorine free radicals can be formed in the atmosphere and how they destroy ozone To explain how research evidence led to the end of use of CFCs and alternatives found ENJOY!!! Please rate and comment in order to further improve Read less
AQA AS level Unit 2 COMPLETE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Group 2, 7 , Period 3 - Periodicity
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AQA AS level Unit 2 COMPLETE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Group 2, 7 , Period 3 - Periodicity

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AQA AS level Unit 2 COMPLETE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY: Group 2, 7 , Period 3 - Periodicity Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right 9 LESSONS in total AND PRACTICALS (all answers available) Including: Homework booklets and ANSWERS Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Section 1: Periodicity AQA AS level Unit 2 Section 1:: Periodicity 3.2.1.1 Classification 3.2.1.2 Physical properties of the Period 3 elements LESSON 1 Objectives: To recap how to classify elements as s, p or d block To describe and understand trends in 1st IE, mpt and bpt of the elements Na - Ar To consolidate learning with exam questions Group 2: Alkaline Earth Metals (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 3 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.2 Group 2, the alkaline earth metals LESSON 1: Chemical and physical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 2 metals: atomic radius, 1st ionisation energy and melting point To describe and write equations for the reactions of Mg-Ba with water (PRACTICAL/DEMO) To know the uses of Mg in the extraction of Ti and CaO in removing SO2 from flue gases LESSON 2 + 3 Products and uses Objectives: To know the relative solubilities of group 2 sulfates and hydroxides (PRACTICAL) To know the test for sulfate ions (DEMO AND PRACTICAL TESTING FOR UNKNOWNS) To consolidate with questions Group 7: The Halogens (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 5 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.3.1 Trends in properties and 3.2.3.2 Uses of chlorine and chlorate(I) LESSON 1: PHysical and Chemical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 7 elements: atomic radius, electronegativity and melting point To recap halogen displacement reactions from GCSE To understand the trends in oxidising ability of the halogens (displacement reactions) LESSON 2: Reducing abilities of Halogens To understand how halide ions are formed To understand the reducing ability of halide ions To complete a practical to show the reducing power of halides illustrated by reactions of concentrated sulfuric acid LESSON 3: Objectives:Use of acidified silver nitrate to identify halide ions To know how that halide ions are identified by using silver nitrate To understand the trends in solubilities of the silver nitrates in ammonia To complete a practical to test for halide ions using acidified silver nitrate, including the use of ammonia to distinguish the silver halides formed LESSON 4: Required practical 4: L4–A-level Chemistry exemplar for required practical No. 4: To carry out simple test-tube reactions in aqueous solution to identify cations (Group 2, NH4+) and anions (Group 7 (halide), OH-, CO32-, SO42-). Objectives: To recap the ways to identify positive and negative ions To complete a series of test tube reactions to identify some anions and cations To evaluate and consolidate LESSON 5: Uses of Chorine + Chlorate (I) Objectives: To know the reactions of chlorine with water To know the reaction of chlorine with sodium hydroxide and the use of this reaction To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of adding chemicals to water
AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6
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AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6

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AQA AS Level Unit 3 Section 4 Organic analysis: Infrared, High resolution mass spec, Required prac 6- test tube reactions 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.1 Identification of functional groups by test-tube reactions LESSON 1: Required practical 6: Objectives: To understand how to test for different functional groups To carry out test-tube reactions to distinguish between alcohols, aldehydes, alkenes and carboxylic acids To interpret observations from these reactions and write equations for these reactions 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.2 Mass spectrometry LESSON 2: HRMS Objectives: To know what a molecular ion is To know what a molecular ion shows To explain what a high resolution mass spectrum can show 3.3.6 Organic analysis 3.3.6.4 Infrared spectroscopy LESSON 3: Infra-red mass spec Objectives: To understand how an intra-red spectrometer works To identify functional groups from intra-red spectra and what the fingerprint region and where it is found To understand the link between absorption of infrared radiation by bond in CO2, methane and water vapour and global warming PLENARY GAME Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
Edexcel CC9a CC9b Calculations involving masses REVISION MAT/SHEET answers PAPER 1 PAPER 2 TOPIC 1
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Edexcel CC9a CC9b Calculations involving masses REVISION MAT/SHEET answers PAPER 1 PAPER 2 TOPIC 1

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Edexcel CC9b PART 1-3 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 REVISION MAT USED FOR REVISION OF CC9a and CC9b (Moles not included in this mat) ANSWERS ADDED FOR THE TEACHER COPY All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Main topics include: - Balancing equations - How do you calculate masses of reactants and products from balanced equations given the mass of 1 substance - conservation of mass in non-enclosed and closed systems - How does the law of conservation of mass explain why magnesium increases mass when it is burned and how copper carbonate reduces its mass when thermal decompostion occurs -What is concentration? -Concentration of solution - converting between cm3 and dm3 All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals with answers PAPER 1
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Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals with answers PAPER 1

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Edexcel 9-1 CC11 Revision MAT / SHEET for Obtaining and using metals TOPIC 4 Extracting metals and Equilibria PAPER 1 - NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 PLEASE NOTE - THESE MATS ARE MEANT TO BE PHOTOCOPIED AND LAMINATED FOR STUDENTS TO WORK ON PAPER (DUE TO LIMITED PHOTOCOPYING WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT CURRENTLY); THEY CAN BE ADAPTED SO STUDENTS CAN WRITE ON THEM BUT THAT IS ENTIRELY YOUR CHOICE 2 mats in total REVISION MATs - PART 1, 2 (with MOST answers - others are self-explanatory) for CC11 USED FOR REVISION OF Obtaining and using metals Main topics include: Reactivity series, Metals, Ores, Pure substances Mining, Extraction, Oxidation Reduction OIL RIG All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 6 + 7 Equilibria + REDOX-Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle, oxidation states, oxidation, reduction, ionic and Kc
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 6 + 7 Equilibria + REDOX-Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle, oxidation states, oxidation, reduction, ionic and Kc

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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 6 Equilibria-Catalysts, Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Unit 1 Section 6: 3.1.6 Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc 3.1.6.1 Chemical equilibria and Le Chatelier’s principle LESSON 1: Objectives: To understand how reversible reactions can reach a state of dynamic equilibrium To understand Le Chatelier’s principle To apply Le Chatelier’s principle to reversible reactions LESSON 2: Equilibrium and Industry Objectives: To explain why compromises are made for the production of ammonia To explain why compromises are made for the production of Ethanol To explain why compromises are made for the production of Methanol Unit 1 Section 6: 3.1.6 Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc 3.1.6.2 Equilibrium constant Kc for homogeneous systems LESSON 3: Objectives: To understand what the Equilibrium Constant, Kc is To write an expression for Kc including units To calculate Kc including units LESSON 4: Objectives: To understand how to work out moles at equilibrium To calculate Kc after calculating moles To know how to use Kc to work out the composition of an equilibrium mixture To know how to use Kc to calculate the amount of reactant needed LESSON 5: Objectives: To predict the effect, if any, of the changes in conditions on the value of Kc To predict qualitatively how the value of Kc will change, if at all, as the position of an equilibrium moves as conditions are changed To consolidate learning AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Fully explained methods for ionic equations and all answers explained in great detail - all about oxidation states and ionic reactions a large amount of work has been put in to ensure everything is explained to the highest standards. Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states: LESSON 1: Objectives: To recap what is meant by ‘oxidation’ and ‘reduction’ To know what an oxidation state is To be able to calculate an oxidation state of an element in a compound LESSON 2 + 3 Objectives: To be able to write half equations from balanced equations To be able to combine half equations to make the overall balanced redox equation To understand the terms oxidising agent and reducing agent LESSON 4: Optional practicals (2p) Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 4 Energetics -Hess's Law, Bond enthalpy,Enthalpy Change, Endo Exothermic
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 4 Energetics -Hess's Law, Bond enthalpy,Enthalpy Change, Endo Exothermic

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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 4 Energetics -Hess’s Law, Bond enthalpy, Enthalpy Change, Endothermic, Exothermic Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Unit 1 Section 4: 3.1.4 Energetics # 3.1.4.1 Enthalpy change Endothermic and Exothermic Reaction Basics LESSON 1: Objectives: To know the reactions can be exothermic or endothermic To know what an enthalpy change is To define standard enthalpies or formation and combustion Unit 1 Section 4: 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.4.2 Calorimetry Measuring Enthalpy Change LESSON 2: Objectives: To define specific heat capacity To describe how you measure enthalpy changes more accurately To calculate the enthalpy of a reaction LESSON 3: Objectives: PRACTICAL CHOICES To investigate the enthalpies change of a neutralisation reaction and allow for heat loss. To investigate the enthalpies change of a displacement reaction and allow for heat loss. To investigate the enthalpies change of a combustion reaction and allow for heat loss. Unit 1 Section 4: 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.4.3 Applications of Hess’s law LESSON 4: Enthalpy of Formation Objectives: To understand the term Hess’s Law To construct simple energy cycles To carry out calculations using the enthalpy of formation LESSON 5: Enthalpy of Combustion To recall all definitions To carry out calculation using enthalpy of combustion To consolidate learning with exam style questions Unit 1 Section 4: 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.4.3 Applications of Hess’s law – REQUIRED PRACTICAL 2 LESSON 6: Required Practical To understand what method to research To determine an enthalpy change which cannot be measured directly. To calculate the enthalpy change of the reaction Unit 1 Section 4: 3.1.4 Energetics 3.1.4.4 Bond enthalpies LESSON 7: Bond Enthalpy To understand the term mean bond enthalpy To use the mean bond enthalpies to calculate approximate values for ∆H for reactions To consolidate with exam questions Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 6 Equilibria-Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 6 Equilibria-Catalysts, Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Unit 1 Section 6: 3.1.6 Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc 3.1.6.1 Chemical equilibria and Le Chatelier’s principle LESSON 1: Objectives: To understand how reversible reactions can reach a state of dynamic equilibrium To understand Le Chatelier’s principle To apply Le Chatelier’s principle to reversible reactions LESSON 2: Equilibrium and Industry Objectives: To explain why compromises are made for the production of ammonia To explain why compromises are made for the production of Ethanol To explain why compromises are made for the production of Methanol Unit 1 Section 6: 3.1.6 Chemical equilibria, Le Chatelier’s principle and Kc 3.1.6.2 Equilibrium constant Kc for homogeneous systems LESSON 3: Objectives: To understand what the Equilibrium Constant, Kc is To write an expression for Kc including units To calculate Kc including units LESSON 4: Objectives: To understand how to work out moles at equilibrium To calculate Kc after calculating moles To know how to use Kc to work out the composition of an equilibrium mixture To know how to use Kc to calculate the amount of reactant needed LESSON 5: Objectives: To predict the effect, if any, of the changes in conditions on the value of Kc To predict qualitatively how the value of Kc will change, if at all, as the position of an equilibrium moves as conditions are changed To consolidate learning Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states
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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states

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AQA AS Level Unit 1 Section 7 Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Fully explained methods for ionic equations and all answers explained in great detail - all about oxidation states and ionic reactions a large amount of work has been put in to ensure everything is explained to the highest standards. Oxidation, reduction + REDOX equations unit- Ionic, oxidation states: LESSON 1: Objectives: To recap what is meant by ‘oxidation’ and ‘reduction’ To know what an oxidation state is To be able to calculate an oxidation state of an element in a compound LESSON 2 + 3 Objectives: To be able to write half equations from balanced equations To be able to combine half equations to make the overall balanced redox equation To understand the terms oxidising agent and reducing agent LESSON 4: Optional practicals (2p) Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
AQA A2 level 3.1.11 Electrochemical cells COMPLETE plus required practical 8. Series and applying
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AQA A2 level 3.1.11 Electrochemical cells COMPLETE plus required practical 8. Series and applying

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AQA A2 Level Electochemical cells (3.1.11) - Electrochemical series complete lesson package Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) You will need a membership to Chemsheets - doesn’t have to be used with chemsheets RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Very detailed- will not suit everyone (hidden slides are extras depending on ability of class) 3.1.11 Electrochemical cells 3.1.11.1 Electrode potentials and cells 3.1.11.2 Commercial applications of electrochemical cells LESSON 1: Recap L1- Oxidation and Reduction from AS-Level AS LINK https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/resource-12099917 Exam Q Objectives: To familiarize yourselves with the key concepts of oxidation states from AS Chemistry To recap redox reactions To recall the terms oxidising agent and reducing agent L1b Exam question consolidation * L2a Electrochemical cells PART 1 The potential of an electrode To know the importance of the conditions when measuring the electrode potential, E (Nernst equation not needed) To understand how cells are used to measure electrode potentials by reference to standard hydrogen electrode L2b Electrochemical cells PART 2 The secondary standard The Daniell cell and representing electrochemical cells To add a sign to the cell voltage on cell diagrams To understand what happens to the emf when changing conditions L3 PRACTICAL Method, questions, results (no tech sheet) L4 PRACTICAL - varying concentration Method, questions and results (no tech sheet) L5 The electrochemical series To know that standard electrode potentials are listed in an electrochemical series To work out overall equations by using the electrochemical series To use the electrochemical series to predict the direction of simple redox reactions To choose a suitable RAD or OAT L5c Exam question consolidation * LINK BELOW L5d Redox Titrations and electrochemical cells To understand why HCl cannot be used in certain redox titrations To understand why some spontaneous reactions do not occur To understand how to determine the species present in solution at the end of the reaction L6 + 7 Applying electrochemistry (working alongside L7b Exam question consolidation) * To understand that electrochemical cells can be used as a commercial source of electrical energy, and that cells can be non-rechargable (irreversible), rechargable or fuel cells To be able to use given electrode data to deduce the reactions occurring in non-rechargeable and rechargeable cells and to deduce the e.m.f. of a cell To explain how some cells can be recharged To explain how a hydrogen fuel cell works Understand the electrode reactions of a hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell and appreciate that a fuel cell does not need to be electrically recharged Evaluate the benefits and risks associated with uses these cells. L8 REQUIRED PRACTICAL 8 *can’t publish ex
AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements  alkaline earth metals - trends, solubility, test ion
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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements alkaline earth metals - trends, solubility, test ion

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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 2 elements alkaline earth metals - trends, solubility, test ion Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Group 2: Alkaline Earth Metals (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 3 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.2 Group 2, the alkaline earth metals LESSON 1: Chemical and physical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 2 metals: atomic radius, 1st ionisation energy and melting point To describe and write equations for the reactions of Mg-Ba with water (PRACTICAL/DEMO) To know the uses of Mg in the extraction of Ti and CaO in removing SO2 from flue gases LESSON 2 + 3 Products and uses Objectives: To know the relative solubilities of group 2 sulfates and hydroxides (PRACTICAL) To know the test for sulfate ions (DEMO AND PRACTICAL TESTING FOR UNKNOWNS) To consolidate with questions Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !! Read less
Edexcel 9-1 Combined HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSONS (TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS)
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Edexcel 9-1 Combined HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSONS (TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS)

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CAN BE USED FOR ABOUT 5 LESSONS OVER 140 SLIDES ACTIVATE - SHOWING THE FORMULA AND HOW IT WORKS DEMONSTRATE - ALLOWING STUDENTS TO COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS AFL - CHECKING ANSWERS (ALL ANSWERS PRESENT) Edexcel CC9 PART 1-3 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE 3-4 lessons depending on how good student are at the calculations Mainly covering TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 Touching on TOPIC 7 Bond energy calculations for the higher tier students A mock exam will be give after this batch of lessons - something different when you start revision FOR THE MOCK I USED SEE https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-9-1-combined-higher-chemistry-calculations-mini-mock-topic-1-key-concepts-11822210 IT IS FREE Powerpoint with over 130 slides including worked examples, questions for the students to complete and then the answers of the questions. Some calculations include more than one method, to help stretch the brightest and support the lowest ability students. There is a summary slide for each paper (Paper 1 and Paper 2) and a calculations summary slide to show all the equations that students will need to know. QUESTIONS ATTACHED TO ALLOW STUDENTS TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY OR AT THEIR OWN PACE (THEY ARE THE SAME QUESTIONS AS IN THE POWERPOINT - SO ALL ANSWERS ARE IN THE POWERPOINT) Can set as homework or use in a revision lesson. Calculations include: Rf Value Isotope Calculation (H) Relative Formula Mass Empirical from molecular Molecular Formula from Empirical Formula and Mr Empirical Formula from Reacting masses and % composition Conservation of Mass Reacting masses (without moles) Concentration (g/dm3) Moles (H) Using Avogadro’s constant to calculate the number of atoms or molecules (H) Reacting masses (with moles) (H) Finding the Limiting Reagent (H) Using the limiting reagent to calculate the mass (H) Balancing equations (with moles) (H) Bond Enthalpy (H) Please leave feedback
Edexcel 9-1 SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSONS
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Edexcel 9-1 SEPARATE TRIPLE SCIENCE HIGHER Chemistry Calculations Revision LESSONS

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CAN BE USED FOR ABOUT 8 LESSONS OVER 187 SLIDES ACTIVATE - SHOWING THE FORMULA AND HOW IT WORKS DEMONSTRATE - ALLOWING STUDENTS TO COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS AFL - CHECKING ANSWERS (ALL ANSWERS PRESENT) Edexcel CC9 PART 1-3 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE 6-8 lessons depending on how good student are at the calculations Mainly covering TOPIC 1 KEY CONCEPTS OF CHEMISTRY PAPER 1 and PAPER 2- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 TOPIC 5 SEPARATE SCIENCE PAPER 1: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS Touching on TOPIC 7 Bond energy calculations for the higher tier students Powerpoint with over 187 slides including worked examples, questions for the students to complete and then the answers of the questions. Some calculations include more than one method, to help stretch the brightest and support the lowest ability students. There is a summary slide for each paper (Paper 1 and Paper 2- separate science/ triple science) and a calculations summary slide to show all the equations that students will need to know over the 2 separate science papers. QUESTIONS ATTACHED TO ALLOW STUDENTS TO WORK INDEPENDENTLY OR AT THEIR OWN PACE (THEY ARE THE SAME QUESTIONS AS IN THE POWERPOINT - SO ALL ANSWERS ARE IN THE POWERPOINT) Can set as homework or use in a revision lesson. Calculations include: COMBINED SCIENCE… Rf Value Isotope Calculation (H) Relative Formula Mass Empirical from molecular Molecular Formula from Empirical Formula and Mr Empirical Formula from Reacting masses and % composition Conservation of Mass Reacting masses (without moles) Concentration (g/dm3) Moles (H) Using Avogadro’s constant to calculate the number of atoms or molecules (H) Reacting masses (with moles) (H) Finding the Limiting Reagent (H) Using the limiting reagent to calculate the mass (H) Balancing equations (with moles) (H) Bond Enthalpy (H) SEPARATE SCIENCE … Percentage yield Reacting Masses and percentage yield Atom Economy Concentration (moldm-3) Concentration – converting between moldm-3 and gdm-3 Titration equations Molar volume of gases – with volume and masses Please leave feedback
Edexcel 9-1 CC8g Solubility TOPIC 3 Chemical changes PAPER 1
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Edexcel 9-1 CC8g Solubility TOPIC 3 Chemical changes PAPER 1

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Edexcel CC8 Acid and Alkalis for the new 9-1 GCSE TOPIC 3 Chemical changes PAPER 1- NEW for SEPTEMBER 2017 Learning objectives: To recall the rules which describe the solubility of substances in water To be able to predict, using the solubility rules, if a precipitate will form in reactions To be able to describe the method used to prepare a pure, dry sample of an insoluble salt All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying Main topics include: - WHat are the rules for solubility of common substances in water ? - How do you prepare a sample of a pure, dry insoluble salt? - How do you predict whether a precipitate will be formed in a reaction ? - Ionic equations (H) All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!!!
AQA GCSE 9-1 Chemistry Unit 10 Using resources 4.10.3 Using materials (chemistry only)   TRIPLE
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AQA GCSE 9-1 Chemistry Unit 10 Using resources 4.10.3 Using materials (chemistry only) TRIPLE

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Unit 10 Using resources 4.10.3 Using materials (chemistry only) 4.10.3.1 Corrosion and its prevention 4.10.3.2 Alloys as useful materials **4.10.3.3 Ceramics, polymers and composites NOT INCLUDED ** Content split over 2 lessons -but more including practical lessons (lessons in our school are 40 minutes so can condense material for longer lessons if required) All exam questions have been removed for copyright purposes All extension questions available on each slide Answers all underneath each slide Support also available where necessary AfL sections and mini quizzes Reducing the need for photocopying LEsson 1 Rusting Objectives: To explain how experimental results can be used to show the conditions necessary for rusting To explain in detail how to prevent iron from rusting To consolidate using questions Lesson 2: Alloys Objectives: To be able to explain why alloys are harder than pure metals To give examples of different alloys and their uses To consolidate using questions
Edexcel 9-1 End of year "PUB" quiz (+ General knowledge and chemistry questions) 8 rounds
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Edexcel 9-1 End of year "PUB" quiz (+ General knowledge and chemistry questions) 8 rounds

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End of year "PUB" style quiz - minus the beer. I brought crisps and drinks into school for the last lessons They really enjoyed it: Round 1: Name the scientist Round 2: Dingbats (non-science related) Round 3: Science general knowledge Round 4: Year 9 Chemistry (Atoms, Bonding types, Separating methods and states of matter) Round 5: Music with a scientific theme Round 6: Year 10 Chemistry (Moles, masses and calculations) Round 7: General knowledge Round 8: Anagrams Enjoy
AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 7 elements - The halogens:  trends,halide,  required prac 4,
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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 7 elements - The halogens: trends,halide, required prac 4,

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AQA AS Level Unit 2 Section 2 Group 7 - the halogens - trends, solubility, test ion, required practical 4, halide ions, oxidising and reducing ability Using the specification and books No exam questions are included due to copy right Including: Homework booklets Assessment sheets Interactive powerpoints (rarely seen in A-level) RSC STARTER FOR 10 CAN BE FOUND ON RSC WEBSITE Group 7: The Halogens (A large number of practicals contained within - can be spread over 5 lessons) Unit 2 Section 2: 3.2.3.1 Trends in properties and 3.2.3.2 Uses of chlorine and chlorate(I) LESSON 1: PHysical and Chemical properties Objectives: To recap the trends of group 7 elements: atomic radius, electronegativity and melting point To recap halogen displacement reactions from GCSE To understand the trends in oxidising ability of the halogens (displacement reactions) LESSON 2: Reducing abilities of Halogens To understand how halide ions are formed To understand the reducing ability of halide ions To complete a practical to show the reducing power of halides illustrated by reactions of concentrated sulfuric acid LESSON 3: Objectives:Use of acidified silver nitrate to identify halide ions To know how that halide ions are identified by using silver nitrate To understand the trends in solubilities of the silver nitrates in ammonia To complete a practical to test for halide ions using acidified silver nitrate, including the use of ammonia to distinguish the silver halides formed LESSON 4: Required practical 4: L4–A-level Chemistry exemplar for required practical No. 4: To carry out simple test-tube reactions in aqueous solution to identify cations (Group 2, NH4+) and anions (Group 7 (halide), OH-, CO32-, SO42-). Objectives: To recap the ways to identify positive and negative ions To complete a series of test tube reactions to identify some anions and cations To evaluate and consolidate LESSON 5: Uses of Chorine + Chlorate (I) Objectives: To know the reactions of chlorine with water To know the reaction of chlorine with sodium hydroxide and the use of this reaction To evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of adding chemicals to water Homework booklet with answers Leave feedback and enjoy !!
Edexcel 9-1 CC9c Moles (HIGHER) - FREE WORKSHEET FOR THE LESSON MOLES
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Edexcel 9-1 CC9c Moles (HIGHER) - FREE WORKSHEET FOR THE LESSON MOLES

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Edexcel CC9 Calculations involving masses for the new 9-1 GCSE WORKSHEET TO GO WITH THE FOLLOWING LESSON Free to download as I have missed it off the lesson - I do apologise for this LESSON CAN BE BOUGHT FROM MY SHOP https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/edexcel-9-1-cc9c-moles-higher-11403818 Learning objectives: ALL HIGHER To know that moles are the unit for amount of substance and to be able to use the molar equation To be able to understand the term molar mass or To understand the term ‘limiting reagent’ To understand how to deduce the balanced equation using the number of moles Main topics include: - How do you calculate the number of moles and number of particles of a substance? - What controls the mass of product formed in a reaction ? - How do you work out a balanced equation from the masses of reactants and/or products? All relating to specification (any pictures used have all been taken from the internet and I am not trying to claim rights to any pictures or information used) Enjoy !!!! PLEASE LEAVE FEEDBACK and REVIEWS