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ADVANCED INORGANIC  CHEMISTRY TOPICS

Revision study notes and for researching information

for advanced A level inorganic chemistry

QUALITATIVE INORGANIC ANALYSIS

for advanced A level inorganic chemistry

Qualitative Analysis Tests for inorganic gases, ions (cations and anions) etc. (use alphabetical index)

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY THEORY

for advanced A level inorganic chemistry

Revision notes on Inorganic redox reactions - electronegativity, oxidation number analysis and constructing full redox equations from half-cell reactions etc. (sub-indexes of sections)

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Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksADVANCED LEVEL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY - THE PERIODIC TABLE and PERIODICITY

All the revision notes pages listed below have their sub-indexes for each section and an index linking all the advanced level inorganic chemistry together.

for advanced A level inorganic chemistry

Part 1 Historical Introduction to the modern periodic table and the nuclear physics origin of elements

Part 2 Electronic Structure of atoms -  s p d f orbitals - electronic basis of periodic table

Electron configurations of elements (Z = 1 to 56), ions and the Periodic Table

Spectroscopy, hydrogen spectrum, evidence of quantum levels, ionisation energy patterns

Part 3 Survey of Period 1: hydrogen H to helium He (1 page only)

Part 4 Survey of Period 2: lithium Li to neon Ne (3 pages)

Period 2 trends & explanations of physical properties

Period 2 trends in bonding, structure, oxidation state, formulae and reactions

Part 5.1 Survey of Period 3: sodium Na to argon Ar (3 pages)

5.2 Period 3 trends & explanations of physical properties

5.3 Period 3 trends in bonding, structure, oxidation state, formulae and reactions

Periodicity graphs for elements Z = 1 to 20. Period 1 to start of Period 4

Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksPart 5 Survey of Period 4 elements

6.2 Period 4 trends in physical properties

6.3 Period 4 trends in bonding and formulae

6.4 Important trends down Groups

Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 38. Period 1 to start of Period 5

Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 96. Period 1 to start of Period 7

Part 7 s-block Group 1 Alkali Metals and Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals 7.1 Introduction

7.2 Group 1 Alkali Metals - data and graphs

7.3 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - data and graphs

7.4 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - General trends down the group and formulae

7.5 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Oxygen reaction & oxides

7.6 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Water reaction & hydroxides

7.7 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Acid reaction & salts

7.8 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Chlorine reaction - halides

7.9 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Carbonates & hydrogen carbonates

7.10 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - Solubility trends of OH, NO3, SO4, CO3

7.11 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - Thermal decomposition and stability of carbonates & nitrates

7.12 Uses of Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals and their compounds

Part 8 The p-block elements 

8.1 Group 3/13 Introduction : Boron : Aluminium

8.2 Group 4/14 Introduction : Carbon : Silicon : Semi-metals like Ge

8.3 Group 5/15 Introduction : Nitrogen : Phosphorus

8.4 Group 6/16 Introduction : Oxygen : Sulfur

8.5 Group 0/18 The Noble Gases

Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksPart 9 Group 7/17 The Halogens

9.1 Group 7 Halogens - Introduction, trends & Group 7/17 data

9.2 Group 7 Halogens - Halogen displacement reaction and reactivity trend

9.3 Group 7 Halogens - Reactions of halogens with other elements

9.4 Group 7 Halogens - Reaction between halide salts and conc. sulfuric acid

9.5 Group 7 Halogens - Tests for halogens and halide ions

9.6 Group 7 Halogens - Extraction of halogens from natural sources

9.7 Group 7 Halogens - Uses of halogens & compounds

9.8 Group 7 Halogens - Oxidation & Reduction - more on redox reactions of halogens & halide ions

9.9 Group 7 Halogens - Volumetric analysis - titrations of chloride ions/iodine with silver nitrate/sodium thiosulfate

9.10 Group 7 Halogens - Ozone, CFC's and halogen organic chemistry links

9.11 Group 7 Halogens - Chemical bonding in halogen compounds

9.12 Group 7 Halogens - Miscellaneous aspects of halogen chemistry

Part 10 3d block TRANSITION METALS:

10.1-10.2 Introduction 3d-block Transition Metals and Data

10.3 The Chemistry of 3d block Scandium metal

10.4 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Titanium

10.5 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Vanadium

10.6 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Chromium

10.7 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Manganese

10.8 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Iron

10.9 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Cobalt

10.10 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Nickel

10.11 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Copper

10.12 The Chemistry of 3d block  Zinc metal

10.13 Chemistry of other Transition Metals e.g. Ag and Pt

Appendix 1. 3d block Transition Metals - Hydrated salts, acidity of hexa-aqua ions

Appendix 2. 3d block Transition Metals - Complexes & ligands

Appendix 3. 3d block Transition Metals - Complexes and isomerism

Appendix 4. 3d block Transition Metals - Electron configuration & colour theory

Appendix 5. 3d block Transition Metals - Redox equations, feasibility, E

Appendix 6. 3d block Transition Metals - Catalysis

Appendix 7. 3d block Transition Metals - Redox equations

Appendix 8. 3d block Transition Metals - Stability Constants and entropy changes

Appendix 9. 3d block Transition Metals - Colorimetric analysis and complex ion formula

Appendix 10 3d block Transition Metals - Extended data table

Appendix 11 Some 3d-block transition metal complexes, oxidation states & electrode potentials

Appendix 12 3d block transition metals - Hydroxide complex precipitate 'pictures', formulae and equations

Part 11A: Data  tables on Groups 1-7,0, 3d-block-Transition Metals Series, (Groups 1-18) & Periods 2-4

with links to the periodicity graphs for Periods 1-4 and start of 5 listed below

11B(i) Periodicity graphs for elements Z = 1 to 20. Period 1 to start of Period 4

11B(ii) Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 38. Period 1 to start of Period 5

11B(iii) Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 96. Period 1 to start of Period 7

11B(iv) DATA for the Periodicity plots

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NANOCHEMISTRY - nanoscience nanoparticles boron nitride, use of silver and titanium dioxide

SMART MATERIALS which obviously overlaps with nanomaterials

Uses of chemicals, 220+ examples in alphabetical order, GCSE orientated, but still useful quotes

 

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