OCR AS Chemistry A revision checklist

Full revision checklist for OCR specification A chemistry AS level.

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AS Unit F321: Atoms, bonds and groups
Module 1 Atoms and reactions
Done
Atoms
Descr
ibe
prot
ons,
neut
rons
and
elect
rons
in
ter
ms
of
rel
ati
ve
char
ge
and
rel
ati
ve
mass.
Descr
ibe
the
dist
ri
but
ion
of
mass
and
char
ge
wit
hin
an
atom.
Descr
ibe
the
cont
ri
buti
on
of
prot
ons
a nd
neut
rons
to
the
nucl
eus
of
an
atom,
i
n t
erms
of
at
omic
(prot
on)
number
and
ma ss
(nucl
eon)
number.
Deduce
the
number
s of
pr
otons,
neut
rons
and
elect
rons
in:
(
i) an
atom
given
it
s at
omi
c
and
mass
number
(
ii
)
an
ion
given
it
s at
omi
c
number
,
mass
number
and
ioni
c char
ge.
Expl
ain
the
ter
m isotopes
as
atoms
of
an
element
wi
th
dif
fer
ent
number
s of
neut
rons
and
dif
fer
ent
ma sses.
12
St
ate
that
C i
s used
as
the
standar
d measur
ement
of
r
elat
ive
masses.
12
Defi
ne
the
ter
ms
relative isotopic mass
and
relative atomic mass,
based
on
the C
s
c al
e.
Cal
cul
ate
the
rel
ati
ve
atomi
c
mass
of
an
element
gi
ven
the
rel
ati
ve
abundances
of
i
ts
i
sot
opes.
Use t
he t
erms relative molecular mass
and
relative formula mass
and
cal
cul
ate
v
a l
ues f
rom r
ela t
ive at
omic
ma ss es.
Done
Moles and equations
Expl
ain
the
ter
ms:
(
i) amount of substance
(
ii
) mole
(symbol
`
mol
')
as
the
uni
t
for
amount
of
subst
ance
23
(
ii
i
) t
he
Avogadro constant,
NA,
as
the
number
of
ent
it
i
e s
per
mol
e (
6.02
× 10
­1
mol) .
­1
Defi
ne and
use
the
ter
m molar mass
(uni
ts
g mol )
as
the
mass
per
mol
e of
a
s
u bst
ance.
Expl
ain
the
ter
ms:
(
i) empirical formula
as t
he si
mpl
est
w hol
e number
r
ati
o of
at
oms
of
each
el
eme nt
p re s
e nt
i
n a
compound
(
ii
) molecular formula
as
the
act
ual
number
of
at
oms
of
each
element
i
n a
molecule.
Cal
cul
ate
emp i
ri
cal
and
molecul
ar
for
mul
ae
usi
ng
composi
ti
on
by
mass
and
per
cent
age c
o mposi
ti
ons.
Const
ruct
bal
anced chemi
cal
equat
ions
for
r
eact
ions
studi
ed
and
for
unf
ami
l
iar
r
eact
ions
given
react
ants
and
product
s.
Car
ry
out
cal
cul
ati
ons,
usi
ng
amount
of
subst
ance
in
mol
,
invol
vi
ng:

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Deduce
stoi
chi
omet
ri
c r
elat
ionshi
ps
fr
om
cal
cul
ati
ons.
Use t
he t
erms concentrated
and
dilute
as
qual
it
ati
ve
descr
ipt
ions
for
t
he
c
o ncent
rat
ion
o f
a
soluti
o n.
Done
Acids
+
Expl
ain
that
an
aci
d r
eleases
H i
ons
in
aqueous
sol
uti
on.…read more

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I
nter
pret
and make
predi
ct
ions
fr
om
redox
equat
ions
in
ter
ms
of
oxi
dat
ion
number
s
and
elect
ron
loss
/gai
n.
Module 2 Electrons, bonding and structure
Done
Electron structure
Def
ine
the
ter
ms
first
ionisation energy
and
successive ionisation energy.
Expl
ain
that
i
oni
sati
on ener
gies
are i
nfl
uenced
by nucl
ear
charge,
el
ect
ron
shi
eldi
ng
and
the
dist
ance
of
the
outermost
elect
ron
fr
om the
nucleus.…read more

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Expl
ain
that
t
he shape
of
a si
mp l
e mol
ecul
e i
s det
ermi
ned
by
repul
si
on
bet
w een
el
ect
ron pai
rs
sur
rounding
a cent
ral
at
om.
St
ate
that
l
one
pai
rs
of
elect
rons
repel
mor
e t
han
bonded
pai
rs.…read more

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Module 3 The Periodic Table
Done
Periodicity
Descr
ibe
the
Per
iodi
c Tabl
e i
n t
erms
of
the
arr
angement
of
el
ement
s:
(
i) by
incr
easi
ng
atomi
c (
prot
on)
number
(
ii
) i
n per
iods
showi
ng
repeat
ing
tr
ends
in
physi
cal
and
chemi
cal
pr
oper
ti
es
(
ii
i
) i
n gr
oups
havi
ng
simi
l
a r
physi
cal
and
chemi
cal
pr
oper
ti
es.…read more

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ain
in
ter
ms
of
van
der
Waal
s'
f
orces
the
tr
end
in
the
boi
li
ng
poi
nts
of
Cl2,
Br2 and
I
2.…read more

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AS Unit F322: Chains, energy and resources
Module 1 Basic concepts and hydrocarbons
Done
Basic concepts
I
nter
pret
and
use
the
ter
ms:
(
i) empirical formula
as t
he si
mpl
est
w hol
e number
r
ati
o of
at
oms
of
each
el
eme nt
p re sent
i
n a
compound
(
ii
) molecular formula
as
the
act
ual
number
of
at
oms
of
each
element
i
n a
molecule
(
ii
i
) general formula
a s
th…read more

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E/Z
isomeri
sm as an
examp l
e of
st
ereoi
someri
sm,
in
ter
ms of
rest
ri
cted
rot
ati
on about
a
double
bond and
the
requi
rement
f
or t
wo di
ff
erent
gr
ou ps
to
be
att
ached t
o each
carbon
atom of
t
he C=C gr
oup
(
iv)
cistrans isomerism as
a speci
al
case
of
EIZ
isomeri
sm i
n whi
ch t
here
are
two
no nh ydr
o gen
g roups
and…read more

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Expl
ain
that
t
he
petr
oleum
indust
ry
processes
str
aight
chai
n hydr
ocar
bons i
nto
br
anched al
kanes
and
cycl
i
c hydr
o car
bons t
o pr
omo te
eff
i
cient
combust
ion.…read more

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Out
li
ne
the
rol
e of
chemi
st
s i
n mi
nimi
si
ng
envi
ronment
al
damage
by:
(
i) r
emoval
of
toxi
c wast
e pr
oduct
s,
i.e.
re moval
of
HCl
f
ormed
dur
ing
disposal
by
combust
ion
of
halogenat
ed
plast
ics
(i.e.
PVC)
(
ii
)
devel
opment
of
biodegr
adabl
e and
compost
abl
e pol
ymer
s, i
.e.…read more

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