Chemistry Unit 1 - C1 Chemistry in Our World Specification 2011

I got this from the Edexcel website for the 2011 specification. This should be similar or the same thing as to what your teachers were given to teach you so you need to learn everything on this list. If you are doing the foundation paper than you need to learn ONLY the BLACK  stuff but if your doing Higher learn all of it. If you have any questions or need any more resources let me know and I'll see what I can do :)

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The Early Recall that the gases produced by volcanic activity formed
Atmosphere the Earth's early atmosphere
Recall that the early atmosphere contained:
a) Little or no oxygen
b) A large amount of carbon dioxide
c) Water vapour and small amounts of other gases

Explain why…

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a) may contain fossils
b) b) are susceptible to erosion

Describe marble as an example of a metamorphic rock
Describe the formation of metamorphic rocks by the
action of heat and/or pressure, including the formation of
marble from chalk or limestone
Recall that limestone, chalk and marble exist in the…

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Describe how calcium hydroxide dissolves in water to
form a solution, known as limewater
Explain how calcium oxide, calcium hydroxide and
calcium carbonate can be used to neutralise soil acidity
Explain how calcium carbonate can be used to remove
acidic gases from coalfired power station chimneys,
reducing harmful emissions and…

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Describe chlorine as a toxic gas and that this leads to
potential hazards associated with its largescale
manufacture
Describe the use of chlorine in the manufacture of bleach
and of the polymer poly(chloroethene) (PVC)
Assess practical work for risks and suggest suitable
precautions for a range of practical scenarios for…

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Write balanced chemical equations including the use of
state symbols (s), (l), (g) and (aq) for a wide range of
reactions in this unit
Discuss the advantages of recycling metals, including
Oxidation and
economic implications and how recycling preserves both
reduction
the environment and the supply of valuable raw materials…

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d) viscosity

Recall the name and uses of the following fractions:
a) gases, used in domestic heating and cooking
b) petrol, used as a fuel for cars
c) kerosene, used as fuel for aircrafts
d) diesel oil, used as fuel for some cars and trains
e) fuel oil, used as…

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Demonstrate an understanding that the Earth's
temperature varies and that human activity may influence
this
Demonstrate an understanding that the proportion of
carbon dioxide in the atmosphere varies, due to human
activity, and that chemists are investigating methods to
control the amount of the gas in the atmosphere by:

a)…

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Evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of using
hydrogen, rather than petrol, as a fuel in cars
Describe petrol, kerosene and diesel oil as
nonrenewable fossil fuels obtained from crude oil and

methane as a nonrenewable fossil fuel found in natural
gas
Choosing Recall that alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons, which are…

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Recall that most polymers are not biodegradable, persist
Polymerisatio
in landfill sites and that many produce toxic products when
n
burnt
Explain how some problems associated with the disposal
of polymers can be overcome:
a) by recycling
b) by developing biodegradable polymers

Recall that most polymers are not biodegradable, persist…

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