AQA Chemistry AS Unit 1 Mind Map

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  • Chemistry unit 1
    • Atomic Structure
      • The Atom
        • Ions
        • Isotopes
      • Atomic Models
        • Plum Pudding Model
        • Bohr Model
      • Relative Mass
        • Mass Spectrometry
        • Relative to Carbon 12
      • Electronic Structure
        • Sub-Shells
        • Orbitals
        • Electron Configurations
      • Ionisation Energies
        • Removal of Electrons
        • Factors
          • Nuclear Charge
          • Distance From Nucleus
          • Shielding
        • Electron Repulsion
    • Amount of Substance
      • The Mole
        • Moles=Mass/Mr
        • Moles=Conc x Vol / 1000
        • moles=volume(dm3)/24
        • pV=nRT
      • Equations & Calculations
        • State Symbols
        • Balancing Equations
        • Ionic Equations
      • Titrations
        • 1. Balanced Equation
        • 2. how many moles?
        • 3.ratio in balanced equation
        • 4. Conc = molesx1000/vol
      • Formulas, Yield & Atom Economy
        • Empirical & Molecular Formula
        • Percentage yield = actual yield/theoretical yield x 100
        • Atom Economy = mass of product/mass of reactants x 100
    • Alkanes & organic chemistry
      • Formulas & Structural Isomerism
        • Nomenclature
        • IUPAC
        • General formula
        • Empirical Formula
        • Molecular Formula
        • Structural formula
        • Displayed Formula
      • Alkanes & Petroleum
        • Saturated Hydrocarbons
        • Fractional Distillation
        • Cracking-Thermal & catalytic
      • Alkanes as Fuels
        • CO=Incomplete Combustion
        • Nitrogen
        • Sulfur Dioxide
        • Global Warming
        • Greenhouse Gases
    • Bonding and Periodicity
      • Ionic Bonding
        • electrostatic attraction
        • Gain & Donate Electrons
        • Compounds conduct electricity, high melting points & dissolve in water
      • Covalent Bonding
        • Sharing Electrons
        • Giant Covalent Structures
        • Graphite & diamond
        • Dative Covalent
      • Shapes Of Molecules
        • Electron Lone Pairs
        • Charge Clouds
        • Linear
        • Trigonal Planar
        • non-linear
        • tetrahedral
        • trigonal pyramidal
        • trigonal bipyramidal
        • octahedral
      • Polarisation & Intermolecular Forces
      • Metallic Bonding & Properties of Structures
        • Giant Structures
        • Sea of Delocalised Electrons
        • Covalent bonds don't break during melting and boiling *except in giant molecular substances
      • Periodicity
        • Proton Numbers
        • Ionisation generally increases across a period
        • melting &boiling point linked to bond strength & structure

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