Doc Brown's Chemistry  OCR KS4 GCSE Applied Science Double Award

My unofficial support for the CHEMISTRY of the double award course for Year 10 and Year 11 OCR GCSE Applied Science Double Award syllabus-specification

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At the start of your GCSE Science-CHEMISTRY course (via broadband at school or home) ...

... How much Chemistry and Earth Science have you remembered from KS3 Science?


My on-site help links on this page for the CHEMISTRY of the following syllabus specifications:

OCR GCSE Applied Science Double Award J648

Unit 1 Developing Scientific Skills * Unit 2 Science for the Needs of Society * Unit 3 Science at Work


My support links for the science-chemistry sections of OCR GCSE Applied Science Double Award

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UNIT 1 DEVELOPING SCIENTIFIC SKILLS

Chemical Analysis

Qualitative Analysis

Quantitative Analysis

  • Part 11 chemistry calculations shows how to calculate the quantities to prepare solutions of specified concentrations using the units: g dm-3 and mol dm-3 

  • There is a basic titration description on the Acids, Bases and salts page, though the context here is salt preparation rather than analysis.

  • Part 12 chemistry calculations shows how to carry out a titration procedure and calculations to determine the concentration of an acidic/alkaline substance in solution.


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UNIT 2 SCIENCE FOR THE NEEDS OF SOCIETY

Section 2.3 Obtaining Useful chemicals

2.3.1 Useful Chemicals - The Building Blocks

2.3.2 Useful Chemicals - Using Raw Materials

2.3.3 Chemical Manufacture


topSection 2.4 Chemical and Material Behaviour

2.4.1 Mixtures

2.4.2 Materials


topSection 2.5 Importance of Energy, Electricity and Radiation

2.5.1 Energy Resources -fuels


top2.6 Earth and Universe

2.6.1 Planet Earth - the atmosphere

2.6.2 Planet Earth - the surface


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UNIT 3 SCIENCE AT WORK

Science in the workplace - Making Useful Products

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Appendix 1. Symbols and formulae of Elements and Compounds to know

element - symbol - name

topbut don't forget in equations the true molecular formula should be used

bromine Br2, chlorine Cl2, fluorine F2, hydrogen H2, nitrogen N2, oxygen O2

Element name and symbol quiz  *  easier KS3 science quiz

compound - formula - name

type in name quiz  or  type in formula quiz

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Other on-site link pages: OCR GCSE 21st Century Science Suite or OCR GCSE Gateway Science Suite

full syllabus from http://www.ocr.org.uk/  EMAIL query?comment

Other KS4/GCSE/IGCSE Science-Chemistry syllabus unofficial support links

Useful GCSE mini site-map of Doc Brown's Chemistry Clinic

OCR GCE AS Chemistry * OCR Salters AS Chemistry

OCR A2 Chemistry * Salters A2 Chemistry


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