Unit 3 Chemistry Summary

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  • Unit 3 Chemistry
    • Redox Reactions
      • Interconversion Reaction
      • Acidified Manganate
      • Potassium Dichromate
      • Reduction of Iodine via Thiosulphate
    • Redox and Standard Electrode Potential
      • Oxidation Numbers
      • Electrodes
      • Standard Hydrogen Electrode
      • Hydrogen Fuel Cells
        • Advantages and Disadvantages
      • Electrochemical Series
      • Standard Electrode Potential
    • Chemistry of the P Block
      • Key Ideas in the P Block
        • Electron Configuration
        • Oxidation States
        • Maximum Covalency
        • Amphoteric Behaviour
      • Group III
        • Electron Deficiency
        • Boron Nitride
      • Group IV
        • Acid-Base Properties of Oxides
        • Oxidation States
      • Group VII
        • Reaction of Chlorine with NaOH
        • Uses of Halogen containing compounds
        • Reaction of H2SO4 on NaX
        • Patterns in Group VII
    • D Block Transition Metals
      • Electron Configuration
      • Ligands
      • D block characteristics
        • Catalysts
      • Colouring of Transitions Metals
    • Kinetics
      • Measuring Rate of Reactions
      • Sampling and Quenching
      • Calculating Rates
      • Rate Equation
        • Units of Rate Constant
      • Arrhenius Equation
      • Finding the Activation Energy
      • Effects on Rate
        • Temperature
        • Catalysts
      • Rate determing Step
    • Enthalpy Changes
      • Principle of Conserving Energy
        • Atomisation
        • Lattice Formation
        • Lattice Breaking
        • Hydration
        • Solution
      • Born Haber Cycles
      • Affects of Factors
        • Lattice Enthalpy
        • Hydration Enthalpy
      • Stability of Compounds
    • Entropy Changes
      • Factors
        • Physical State
        • Amount of Energy a Substance has
        • Number of Particles
      • Calculating Standard Entropy Changes
      • Free Energy
    • Equilibria Constants
      • Kc
      • Kp
      • Le Chatelier's Principles
      • Relationship between Kc/Kp and Gibbs
      • Kinetic and Equilibrium Data
    • Acid-Base Equilibria
      • Lowry-Bronsted Theory
      • Strength and Concentrations of Acids and Bases
      • Ka
      • pH
      • Kw
      • Titration Curves
        • Strong v Strong
        • Weak A v Strong B
        • Strong A v Weak B
      • Indicators
      • Buffers
        • Weak Acid and Salt
        • Weak Base and salt
      • pH of equivalence point
        • Strong v Strong
        • Weak A v Strong B
        • Strong A v Weak B

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