Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry Coursebook

Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry Coursebook

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Covers all the requirements of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry syllabus (9701). Written by highly experienced authors, Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry comprehensively covers the Cambridge syllabus and is now available in both print and e-book formats. Simple and clear language, colourful photos and international examples make this book accessible to students around the world. Exam-style questions at the end of each chapter reinforce knowledge and skills and offer thorough exam practice. The print book includes a Student CD-ROM of supplementary materials including test-yourself-questions, study skills guidance, animations and advice on the practical examination. These supplementary materials (with the exception of the animations) are also included in the e-book version.show more

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  • Electronic book text
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
  • United Kingdom
  • 1139547496
  • 9781139547499

Table of contents

Introduction; 1. Moles and equations; 2. Atomic structure; 3. Electrons in atoms; 4. Chemical bonding; 5. States of matter; 6. Enthalpy changes; 7. Redox reactions and electrolysis; 8. Equilibrium; 9. Rates of reaction; 10. Periodicity; 11. Groups II and VII; 12. Nitrogen and sulfur; 13. Introduction to organic chemistry; 14. Hydrocarbons; 15. Halogenoalkanes; 16. Alcohols and esters; 17. Carbonyl compounds; 18. Lattice energy; 19. Electrode potentials; 20. Ionic equilibria; 21. Reaction kinetics; 22. Group IV; 23. Transition elements; 24. Benzene and its compounds; 25. Carboxylic acids and acyl compounds; 26. Organic nitrogen compounds; 27. Polymerisation; 28. The chemistry of life; 29. Applications of analytical chemistry; 30. Design and materials; Appendix 1. The periodic table; Appendix 2. Standard electrode potentials; Answers to check-up questions; Glossary; Index; Acknowledgements.show more