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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…

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(
i) mass
(
ii
) gas
vol
ume
(
ii
i
) sol
uti
on
vol
ume
and
concent
rat
ion.
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…

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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…

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Descr
ibe
the t
erm
ionic bonding
as
elect
rost
ati
c at
tr
act
ion
bet
w een
opposi
tel
y char
ged i
on s.
Const
ruct
`
dot
andcr
oss'

d i
agr
ams
to
descr
ibe
ioni
c bondi
ng.
Predi
ct
i
oni
c c…

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(
i) gi
ant
i
oni
c l
att
ices
wit
h st
rong
ioni
c bondi
ng,
i
.e.
as
in
N aCl
(
ii
) gi
ant
coval
ent
l
att
i
ces,
i
.e.
as
in
diamond
and
graphi
te
(
ii
i
) gi
ant
met…

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Expl
ain
that
atoms of
el
ement
s i
n a
group
have
simi
l
a r
out
er
shel
l
elect
ron
str
uct
ures,
r
esult
i
n g
in
simil
ar
proper
ti
es.
Descr
ibe
and
expl
ain
the
var
iat
ion
of
the
fi
rst…

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(
i)
t
he
react
ion
of
chl
ori
ne
w i
th
w at
er
as
used
in
w at
er
pur
if
icat
ion
(
ii
) t
he r
eacti
on
of
chl
ori
ne
w i
th
col
d,
dil
ute
aqueous
sodi
um
hydr
oxi…

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(
vi) skel
etal
f
ormula
as t
he si
mp l
if
ied
organi
c f
ormul
a,
shown by
removing
hydr
ogen
at
oms
fr
om al
kyl
chai
ns,
l
ea vi
ng j
ust
a car
bon
skel
eton
and associ
ated
f
uncti
onal
groups,…

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Descr
ibe
the
benef
it
s of
devel
opi
ng
chemi
cal
pr
ocesses
w i
th
a hi
gh
atom
economy
in
t
erms
o f
f
ewer
waste
ma t
eri
als.
Expl
ain
that
a
react
i
o n
may
have
a hi
gh
per
cent
age…

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(
i) hydr
ogen
in
the
presence
of
a s
u i
tabl
e cat
alyst
,
i.
e.
N i
,
to
for
m al
kanes
(
ii
) hal
ogens
to
for
m dihal
ogenoal
kanes,
i
ncl
udi
ng t
he
use of
br
omi
ne
to…

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