Complete Chemistry

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Oxford University Press, 2000 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 336 pages
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Complete Chemistry is a revised and enlarged edition of the popular GCSE Chemistry improved to bring it totally up-to-date. This book covers all syllabuses with core material, for Double Award, and extension material, for Science: Chemistry. The breadth and depth is sufficient to stretch your students aiming for the top grades and makes it an excellent foundation for those intending to progress to advanced level chemistry. Key Points: Now includes all the necessary topics for IGCSE Concepts and principles of chemistry presented in a clear, straightforward style Lively and colourful coverage of the relevance of chemistry in the real world End of chapter testing with more challenging and structured questions Examination style questions Pagination remains the same as GCSE Chemistry so that the two can be used alongside each other
 

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Contents

8 Separating mixtures I
20
2 More about the atom
28
1 Why compounds are formed
42
4 The covalent bond
48
7 Making metals stronger
54
1 The masses of atoms
62
1 Physical and chemical change
76
_ 5 4 Reactions involving gases
82
4 Water and the water cycle
180
1 Metals and nonmetals
190
4 The reactivity series
196
2 Extracting metals from their ores
202
1 Nitrogen
214
2 Oxides
226
1 Thealkanes
252
Rocks
264

2 Building up compounds
88
5 Precipitation and neutralization
94
_ 6 8 Energy from burning fuels
100
2 A closer look at electrolysis
106
5 Using electrolysis II
112
1 Rates of reaction
118
Acids and bases
138
Earth and its resources
154
1 Another look at air
174
7 The rock cycle
276
3 Earths plates
284
2 Radioactivity
294
7 yield and purity
304
Revision checklist
310
Exam questions
316
Working with gases in the lab
324
The periodic table and atomic masses
330
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