C3 Chemistry revision pack (including past papers)

This is my completed revision pack for the C3 chemistry module ( extension for science)

I have included all of the unit of C3 which are

-Chemical detection

-Chemistry working for us

There are also links to various past papers for the C3,P3 and B3 topics.

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  • Created on: 07-04-11 19:58
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Identifying Hydrogen Ions
· An acid if present in a substance.
· The more ions there are, the stronger the
acid.
Hydrochloric Acid Hydrogen Ions + Chloride Ions
HCL (aq) H*(aq) + Cl- (aq)…read more

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Identifying Hydroxide Ions
· An alkali if present in a substance
· The more OH ions there are, the stronger
the alkali.
Sodium Sodium Ions + Hydroxide Ions
Hydroxide
NaOH(aq) Na* + OH (aq)…read more

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Identifying Ions Using Flames
· Sodium (Na*) = Yellow flame
· Potassium (K*) = Lilac flame
· Calcium (Ca²*) = Brick-red flame
· Copper (Cu²*) = Blue-green
flame…read more

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Moles
· Measure of the number of particles
contained in a substance.
· Substance = element. The mass of 1 mole
of the substance (molar mass) is always
equal to the relative atomic mass.
· Substance = compound. The mass of 1
mole of the substance is always equal to
the relative formula mass.…read more

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Titrations
· An accurate technique which can be used
to find out how much of an acid is needed
to neutralise an alkali.
· Volume of an alkali is measured into a
conical flask and an indicator is added.
· Acid is measured into a burette, then
added to the alkali until the indicator
changes.…read more

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