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'abbreviated' structural formula : ADVANCED explained using alkane examples : ADVANCED explained-examples-links homologous series

absorbed/absorption/desorption :  : ADVANCED heterogeneous catalyst

absorption of alpha/beta/gamma radiation : GCSE-AS detailed Radioactivity notes

abstraction : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistry

abundance of ... : ADVANCED isotopes by mass spectroscopy

acetate rayon

acetic acid (ethanoic acid, vinegar) : GCSE extra organic chemistryADVANCED structure-names of carboxylic acids

adhesives : Formulation chemistry -adhesives :

acid/acyl amides see amides

acid/acyl anhydrides (organic molecules) : ADVANCED structure and naming : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED naming m/c Quiz : ADVANCED type in name Quiz

acid/acyl chlorides (organic molecules) : ADVANCED structure and naming : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED nucleophilic addition-elimination mechanism with water/alcohols/ammonia/amines : ADVANCED naming m/c Quiz : ADVANCED type in name Quiz

acid-base-alkali ionization theory : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic)ADVANCED detailed advanced notes on Lewis and Bronsted-Lowry theories of acids-bases, strong/weak acids/bases pH scale calculations :

acid-base-alkali titration calculations : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) molarity examples-Quiz : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) volumetric/titration calculationsADVANCED acid-base titration Q's

acid-base indicators : ADVANCED theory, pKind and examples explained (also use top sub-index) :

acidity of... : KS3-GCSE soil/atmosphere effects/treatment : KS3-GCSE formation of acid rainADVANCED  acidity of hexa-aqua ions :

acids-bases-alkalis-salts-pH-neutralisation : KS3 word-fill worksheets 7Ewf and 7Fwf : KS3 easy quiz : KS3-CGSE examples-general chemistry :  GCSE reactions with metals-reactivity seriesGCSE foundation m/c Quiz : GCSE higher m/c Quiz : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) acid-base theoryGCSE word-fill worksheet :ADVANCED theory of acids and bases, examples and pH/Ka calculations (use 5. sub-index  near top of page :

activated complex, 'transition state' : ADVANCED explained in organic reaction mechanismsADVANCED reaction profiles-kinetics

activation energy : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) rates of reaction notes : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) energy changes notesADVANCED theory : ADVANCED calculation from data/Arrhenius equation

active sites : ADVANCED heterogeneous catalyst : ADVANCED enzyme structure-function

activity series of metals : KS3-GCSE detailed notes : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) metal extraction methods

acyl/acid anhydride see acid anhydrides above

acyl/acid chloride - see acid chlorides above

acylation : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistryADVANCED aromatic compound formation mechanisms

acylonium ion : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistry

addition polymerisation : GCSE-AS as type of reaction : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) Oil Products : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) bonding noteADVANCED (basic) note on the reaction

addition reaction : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) simple example explained : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistry

adhesives : adhesives as an example of the science of formulation chemistry :

adsorption/adsorbed/adsorbing : ADVANCED heterogeneous catalyst theory-uses

advantages of .. :

air : KS3-GCSE atmosphere composition : GCSE raw material for blast furnace : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) raw material for ammonia and nitric acid productionGCSE-AS liquefaction-fractional distillation, separation of useful products

alanine-amino acid : ADVANCED laboratory synthesis

'alcohol' see ethanol and below 

alcohols (alkanols) : GCSE extra organic chemistryADVANCED classification/structure/naming/including diols/triols/cyclo-/chloro- : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED conversion to halogenoalkane/water-elimination mechanisms : ADVANCED naming m/c Quiz : ADVANCED type in name Quiz : ADVANCED intermolecular forces and boiling points of primary alcohols compared to other organic molecules : ADVANCED thermodynamics Part 1 thermochemistry - enthalpies of reaction, formation, combustion : ADVANCED test for alcohols : ADVANCED solubility of alcohols (Equilibria section 8.7) :

aldehydes/ketones : ADVANCED structure & naming/ROH==>RC=O==>RCOOH ox. sequence : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED nucleophilic addition of CN and H mechanism : ADVANCED aromatic-structure-naming : ADVANCED m/c Quiz on naming : ADVANCED type in name QuizADVANCED redox theory of tests for aldehydes : ADVANCED intermolecular forces and boiling points of aldehydes compared to other organic molecules :

alicyclic organic compounds : ADVANCED definition - examples (comparison with aliphatic/aromatic compounds) :

aliphatic organic compounds : ADVANCED definition and examples (comparison with alicyclic/aromatic compounds) :

Alkali Metals, of Group 1 Li Na K etc.: GCSE-data-properties-trends-chemical reactions-uses : GCSE position in Periodic Table : GCSE-as members of the reactivity series of metals : GCSE foundation Alkali Metals m/c Quiz : GCSE higher Alkali Metals m/c Quiz : GCSE word-fill worksheetADVAN-Alkali Metals data : ADVANCED s-block detailed notes : AS basic m/c Group 1-2 Quiz  : Flame Test for alkali metals

Alkaline Earth Metals, of Group 2 (Be) Mg to Ra etc. : GCSE Mg/Ca position in metal reactivity series : GCSE-position in the Periodic Table : ADVAN-Alkaline Earth Metals data : ADVANCED s-block detailed notes :AS basic m/c Group 1-2 Quiz : Flame Test for alkaline earth metals :

alkalis-acids-bases-salts-pH : KS3 easy quiz : KS3 word-fill worksheets 7Ewf and 7Fwf : KS3-GCSE examples-general chemistry : GCSE foundation m/c Quiz : GCSE higher m/c Quiz : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) acid-base theory

alkanes (organic hydrocarbon molecules) : GCSE Oil ProductsGCSE extra organic chemistry  : ADVANCED structure and naming : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED free radical chlorination/cracking reaction mechanisms : ADVANCED naming m/c Quiz : ADVANCED type in name Quiz : ADVANCED intermolecular forces and boiling points of alkanes compared to other organic molecules : ADVANCED thermodynamics Part 1 thermochemistry - enthalpies of reaction, formation, combustion :

alkanoic acids: See carboxylic acids

alkenes (organic hydrocarbon molecules) : GCSE Oil ProductsGCSE extra organic chemistry : test forADVANCED structure and naming (including cyclo- and chloro-) : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED electrophilic addition of HBr/Br2/H2SO4/H2O and free radical polymerisation reaction mechanisms : ADVANCED Geometrical isomerism : ADVANCED m/c Quiz on naming : ADVANCED type in name QuizTest for alkenes :

alkoxy group : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistryADVANCED structure/naming ethers

alkyl group : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistryADVANCED structure/naming alkanes

alkyl halides: See Halogenoalkanes

alkylation : ADVANCED aromatic compound formation mechanisms

alkynesADVANCED structure and naming : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure

allotropes : GCSE-AS definition-examples carbon, oxygen, sulphur : GCSE-AS allotropes of carbon

alloys : GCSE alloys-uses of metals Fe/Ti/Al etc. : GCSE uses of Transition Metal (and Al note) : GCSE steel making : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) metal structure, bonding and propertiesSmart materials - SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS :

alpha-helix : ADVANCED in protein structure :

alpha particle radiation : GCSE-AS mass/charge/properties/uses/dangers etc. in detailed Radioactivity notes : GCSE-AS historic alpha particle scattering by nucleus experiment

alternative energy resources: GCSE/AS basic - renewable energy sources :

aluminium/aluminum, Al : GCSE metal reactivity series-reactions- oxygen/water/acids/displacement : GCSE-electrolysis extraction and recycling aluminium  : GCSE uses-anodising : GCSE more on uses/comparison with Transition MetalsKS3-GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) Thermit reaction : : 

aluminium fluoride AlF3(s) : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) bonding-structure-properties

aluminium oxide Al2O3(s) : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) bonding-structure-properties : GCSE-AS Bauxite ore for Al extraction

americium, Am :

amides (organic nitrogen compounds) : ADVANCED structure and naming : ADVANCED summary of functional group/homologous series structure : ADVANCED formation from acid chloride-mechanism : ADVANCED aromatic-structure-naming : ADVANCED organic-nitrogen-compounds-naming-structure : ADVANCED naming m/c Quiz : ADVANCED type in name Quiz : ADVANCED intermolecular forces and boiling points of amides compared to other organic molecules :

amino acids : GCSE extra organic chemistryADVANCED R/S optical isomerism in amino acids : ADVANCED aliphatic naming and structureADVANCED organic-nitrogen-compounds-naming-structure : ADVANCED residues in protein structure

amines : ADVANCED organic nitrogen compounds structure-naming : ADVANCED aromatic-structure-namingADVANCED aliphatic - formation from halogenoalkanes-mechanism : ADVANCED intermolecular forces and boiling points of primary aliphatic amines compared to other organic molecules :

ammonia, NH3 : GCSE reaction with acids : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) Haber Process manufacture, physical/chemical properties, uses, oxidation in making nitric acid : GCSE in Earth's early atmosphere : GCSE in nitrogen cycleGCSE-AS covalent molecule-bonding : : ADVANCED molecule shape, bond angle, dot & cross electronic diagramADVANCED reaction with halogenoalkanes - amine formation mechanism : ADVANCED reaction with acid chlorides - amide formation mechanism : ADVANCED oxidation to NO-redox theoryADVANCED Haber Synthesis - equilibrium-Le Chatelier-calculations-manufacture : ADVANCED mathematical modelling of Haber Synthesis :

ammonium, NH4, salts : test for the NH4+ ion : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) fertiliser salts

ammonium chloride, NH4Cl(s) : GCSE reversible reaction - thermal decomposition : GCSE salt preparations : GCSE ammonia-ammonium salts

ampere : GCSE-AS unit of electric current - electrolysis calculations

analgesics : GCSE extra organic chemistry

analysis - quantitative : Quantitative analysis: acid-base, silver nitrate-chloride and EDTA titrations : Quantitative analysis: Redox volumetric titrations : NMR/IR/% composition problems :

analysis - qualitative : Qualitative Analysis for: * acid ==> H+ * acid/acyl chloride RCOCl * alcohols - general ROH/prim RCH2OH/sec R2CHOH/tert R3COH) * aldehyde RCHO * prim aliphatic amine R-NH2 * aliphatic/aromatic carboxylic acids * alkali ==> OH- * alkane/alkene >C=C</alkyne -CC- (saturated versus unsaturated) * aluminium/aluminum ion Al3+ * amide RCONH2 * prim aliphatic amines R-NH2 * ammonia gas NH3 * ammonium ion NH4+ * prim aromatic amine C6H5-NH2 etc. * barium ion Ba2+ * Benedict's solution * Brady's reagent * bromide ion Br- * bromine Br2 * caesium ion Cs+ * calcium ion Ca2+ by flame or hydroxide ppt. * carbonate CO32-/hydrogencarbonate HCO3- with acid or effect of heating metal carbonate e.g. MCO3 * carbon dioxide gas CO2 * carboxylic acid RCOOH * carboxylic acid (aliphatic) salts e.g. RCOO-Na+ * chloride ion Cl- * chlorine gas Cl2 * Chomate(VI) ion CrO42- * copper(II) ion Cu2+ by flame or hydroxide ppt. * 24DNPH (for aldehydes/ketones test) * esters RCOOR * Fehlings test/solution * flame test for metal ions * fluoride ion F- * haloalkanes/halogenoalkanes R-X * hydrogen gas H2 * hydrogen sulphide H2S * hydrogen ion, acids H+ * hydrogen bromide gas/hydrobromic acid HBr * hydrogen chloride gas/hydrochloric acid HCl * hydrogen iodide gas/hydriodic acid HI * hydroxide ion, alkali OH- * hydroxy/alcohol/phenol (organic) * iodide ion I- * iodine I2 * iodoform test - formation of CHI3 * iron(II) ion Fe2+ * iron(III) ion Fe3+ * ketone R2C=O * lead(II) ion Pb2+ * lithium ion Li+ * lime water Ca(OH)2(aq) * magnesium ion Mg2+ * metal carbonates-heating e.g. MCO3 * metal ions via hydroxide precipitate * nitrate or nitrate(V) NO3- * nitrite or nitrate(III) NO2- * nitrogen dioxide or nitrogen(IV) oxide NO2 * oxygen gas O2 * phenols C6H5OH etc. * potassium ion K+ * rubidium ion Rb+ * reducing sugars * saturated/unsaturated * silver nitrate AgNO3 (see chloride, bromide, iodide tests) * sugars (reducing) * sodium ion Na+ * strontium Sr+ * 'sulphate/sulfate' or sulphate(VI) SO42- * sulphide S2- * 'sulphite/sulfite' or sulphate(IV) SO32- * sulphur dioxide gas SO2 * Tollen's Reagent * unsaturated/saturated * water H2O * zinc ion Zn2+ *

angular (bent) shaped molecules/ions : ADVANCED molecule shape, pictures, bond angles, ox diagrams

anhydrous ... ('without water') : GCSE copper sulphate formation : GCSE copper sulphate test for waterADVAN anhydrous-hydrated-water of crystallisation explained :

anions : Ionic Bonding : Qualitative tests for anions : in electrolysis : polarisability of anions :

anode - positive electrode : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) introduction to electrolysis and links to uses

anodising : GCSE of aluminium-usesGCSE as type of reaction

antacid : KS3-GCSE explained-examples

antimony, Sb : GCSE-AS metalloid/semi-metal note :

antiperspirants products : antiperspirant products as an example of the science of formulation chemistry :

apatite (calcium hydroxy phosphate mineral) : ADVANCED calcium in teeth by volumetric titration :

applications of ... : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) electrolysis

AQA exam board : GCSE Science-Chemistry support-help links

aquatic ...

archaeological dating : GCSE-AS using carbon-14 - radioactivity notes

argon, Ar, in Group 0/8 The Noble Gases : GCSE-properties-uses : GCSE-AS dating rocks K-40/Ar ratio : ADVANCED data :

aromatic - organic compounds : ADVANCED comparison with aliphatic/alicyclic compounds - examples ADVANCED examples of structure and naming : ADVANCED electrophilic substitution mechanisms-orientation of products for nitration/chlorination/alkylation/acylation/sulphonation : ADVANCED type in name quiz

Arrhenius : GCSE-AS Ionic theoryADVANCED Arrhenius equation to calculate activation energy

arrows - electron shifts : ADVANCED explained in organic reaction mechanisms

arsenic, As : GCSE-AS metalloid/semi-metal use note :

artificial ... : GCSE fertilisers

aryl group : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistryADVANCED aromatic compounds

ascorbic acid, vitamin C : GCSE extra organic chemistry

aspirin, 2-ethanoylhydroxybenzoic acid : GCSE extra organic chemistryADVANCED volumetric titration with NaOH :

astatine, At, At2(s) in Group 7 The Halogens : GCSE data-properties-dangers : ADVANCED data :

atactic poly(propene) : ADVANCED stereoregular-atactic/isotactic/syndiotactic

attacking reagent/molecule/ion : ADVANCED explained in organic chemistry

atom : KS3-GCSE introduction-definition-examples : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) detailed atomic structure - history of atom concept - alpha-particle scattering experiment

'atomic economy' : GCSE(AS basic) calculations for a chemical process and further GCSE example :

atomic emission spectroscopy - instrumental method of analysis : GCSE a few comments and examples

atomic mass, relative Ar, based on 12C scale : GCSE-AS definition-examples-calculations

atomic/proton number : GCSE-AS definition, atomic structure : GCSE-AS structure of elements in Periodic Table

atomic radius : ADVANCED explained : GCSE Group 1 Alkali Metal data : ADVANCED Groups1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metal data : GCSE Group 0 Noble Gas data : ADVANCED Group 0 Noble Gas data : GCSE Group 7 Halogen data : ADVANCED Group 7 Halogen data : GCSE-ADVANCED transition Metal data (Sc-Zn, 3d block)Periodicity plots of atomic radius Z = 1 to 20 plots * Z = 1 to 38 plots * Z = 1 to 96 plots * DATA

atomic structure : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) detailed notesGCSE m/c QuizGCSE word-fill worksheet : GCSE crossword

'atomic volume' : Atomic Volume periodicity plot Z = 1 to 96

atmosphere of Earth : GCSE development and current composition

Aufbau Principle : ADVANCED electron configurations :

autocatalysis : ADVANCED manganate(VII)-ethanedioate reaction/titration

autosynthesis-combinational chemistry : ADVANCED organic synthesis

Avogadro constant/number & calculations : GCSE-ADVANCED (basic) value-mole calculations with answers

Avogadro's Law on gas volumes & calculations : GCSE-AS reacting volume ratio examples-Quiz

azo dyes/diazonium salts : ADVANCED examples of aromatic-structure-naming : ADVANCED more examples of organic-nitrogen-compounds-naming-structure

 


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