GCSE Chemistry 9-1 Specification

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  • Chemistry GCSE
    • Atomic Structure and The Periodic Table
      • A simple model of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes
        • Atoms, Elements and Compounds
        • Mixtures
        • The development of the model of the atom
        • Relative electrical charges of subatomic particles
        • Size and Mass of atoms
        • Relative atomic mass
        • Electronic structure
      • The Periodic Table
        • Development of The Periodic Table
        • Metals and Non-metals
        • Group 0
        • Group 1
        • Group 7
      • Properties of Transition Metals
        • Comparisons with group 1 elements
        • Typical Properties
    • Bonding, Structure and the Properties of Matter
      • Chemical Bonds, Ionic, Covalent and Metallic
        • Chemical Bonds
        • Ionic Bonding
        • Ionic Compounds
        • Covalent Bonding
        • Metallic Bonding
      • How Bonding and Structure are related to the properties of substance
        • Giant Covalent Structures
        • State Symbols
        • Properties of small molecules
        • Properties of ionic Compunds
        • Polymers
        • The three states of matter
        • Properties of metals and alloys
        • Metals as conductors
      • Structure and bonding of carbon
        • Diamond
        • Graphite
        • Graphene and fullerenes
      • Bulk and surface properties of matter including nanoparticles
        • Uses of nanoparticles
        • Sizes of particles and their properties
    • Quantitative Chemistry
      • Chemical measurements, conservation of mass and the quantitative interpretation of chemical equations
        • Conservation of mass and balanced chemical equations
        • Relative formula mass
        • Mass changes when a reactant or product is a gas
        • Chemical measurements
      • Yield and atom economy of chemical reactions
        • Percentage yield
        • Atom economy
      • Use of amount of substance in relation to masses of pure substances
        • Moles
        • Amount of substances in equations
        • Using moles to balance equations
        • Limiting reactants
        • Concentration of solutions
      • Using concentrations of solutions in mol/dm^3
      • Use of amount of substance in relation to volume of gas
    • Energy Changes
      • Exothermic and endothermic reactions
        • Energy transfer during exothermic and endothermic reactions
        • Reaction profiles
        • The energy change of reactions
      • Chemical cells and fuel cells
        • Cells and batteries
        • Fuel cells
    • Chemical Changes
      • Reactivity of metals
        • Metal oxides
        • Oxidation and reduction in terms of metals
        • The reactivity series
        • Extraction of metals and reduction
      • Reactions of acids
        • Reactions of acids with metals
        • Neutralisation of acids with salt productions
        • The pH scale and neutralisation
        • Soluble salts
        • Titrations
        • Strong and weak acids
      • Electrolysis
        • Using electrolysis to extract metals
        • Representation of reactions at electrodes as half equations
        • The process of electrolysis
        • Electrolysis of molten ionic compounds
        • Electrolysis of aqueous solutions
    • Organic Chemistry
      • Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock
        • crude oil, hydrocarbonsand alkenes
        • Fractional distillation and petrochemicalchemicals
        • Cracking and alkenes
        • Properties of hydrocarbons
      • Reaction of alkenes and alcohols
        • Structure and formulae of alkenes
        • Reactions of alkenes
        • Alcohols
        • Carboxylic acids
      • Synthetic and naturally occurring polymers
        • DNA
        • Addition polymerisation
        • Condensationpolymerisation
        • Amino acids
    • Chemical Analysis
      • Purity, formulations and chromatography
        • Pure substances
        • Formulations
        • Chromatography
      • Identification for common gases
        • Test for Carbon Dioxide
        • Test for Chlorine
        • Test for Oxygen
        • Test for Hydrogen
      • Identification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic means
        • Flame tests
        • Metal hydroxides
        • Instrumental methods
        • Flame emission spectroscopy
        • Carbonates
        • Sulfates
        • Halides
    • Chemistry of The Atmosphere
      • The composition and evolution of the Earth’s atmosphere
        • The proportion of different gases in the atmosphere
        • The Earth’s early atmosphere
        • How oxygen increased
        • How carbon dioxide decreased
      • Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases
        • Greenhouse gases
        • Human activities which contribute to an increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere
        • Global climate change
        • Carbon footprint and its reduction
    • Using Resources
      • Using the Earth’s resources and obtaining potable water
        • Using the Earth’s resources and sustainable development
        • Potable water
        • Alternative methods of extracting metals
        • Waste water treatment
      • Life cycle assessment and recycling
        • Life cycle assessment
        • Ways of reducing the use of resources
      • Using materials
        • Corrosion and it’s prevention
        • Alloys as useful materials
        • Ceramics, polymers and composites
      • The Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers
        • Production and uses of NPK fertilisers
        • The Haber process
    • The rate and extent of chemical change
      • Rate of reaction
        • Calculating rates of reaction
        • Factors which affect the rates of chemical reactions
        • Collision theory and activation energy
        • Catalysts
      • Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
        • Reversible reactions
        • Energy changes and reversible reaction
        • The effect of changing conditions on equilibrium
        • The effect of changing concentration
        • Equilibriums
        • The effect of temperature changes on equilibrium
        • The effect of pressure changes on equilibrium

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