Chemistry Made Clear

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Oxford University Press, 1987 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 208 pages
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Chemistry Made Clear is widely used as a core GCSE Chemistry text, or as the Chemistry component of a balanced science course. Students will be able to find things out quickly and easily among the simplified explanations. Each double-page spread deals with a different topic and includes questions.  Exam level questions at the end of each chapter . Line drawings and photographs highlight the real-life applications of chemistry.
 

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Contents

Particles
6
What are these particles?
24
Chemical change
64
Electricity and chemical change
76
Questions on Chapter 7
96
Acids and bases
116
Metals
132
Carbon and carbon compounds
180
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RoseMarie Gallagher is a well-known author of All about Biology.

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