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Chemistry Syllabus 2009

Chemistry Syllabus 2009

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07/22/2009

 
General Certificate of Education
Syllabus
Ordinary LevelCHEMISTRY 5070For examination in June and November 2009
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GCE Ordinary Level
CHEMISTRY (5070)
2009
CONTENTS
Page
INTRODUCTION
 
1
 
AIMS
1
ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES
2
SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT
4
SUBJECT CONTENT
6
 APPENDIX 1 – MATHEMATICAL REQUIREMENTS
21
GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED IN CHEMISTRY PAPERS
22
APPENDIX 2 – THE PERIODIC TABLE
24
 APPENDIX 3 – PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT
25
 QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS NOTES (5070/03)
28
 RESOURCE LIST
29
 
Notes
Information for Teachers
This booklet relates to examinations taken in the year printed on the cover. It is the normal practice of CIE todistribute a new version of this booklet each year. Centres should receive copies well in advance of thembeing required for teaching purposes.Teachers who are about to teach syllabuses in this booklet for the first time should obtain and study therelevant past examination papers and Subject Reports.Any queries relating to this booklet should be addressed to CIE Customer Services.
Nomenclature
The proposals in ‘Signs, Symbols and Systematics’ (The Association for Science Education Companion to 5-16 Science)’ will generally be adopted, although the traditional names sulfate, sulfite, nitrate, nitrite, sulfurousand nitrous acids will be used in question papers. Sulfur (and all compounds of sulfur) will be spelt with f, notph.It is intended that, in order to avoid difficulties arising out of the use of 
l
as the symbol for litre, use of dm
3
inplace of 
l
or litre will be made.In chemistry, full
structural formulae (displayed formulae)
in answers should show in detail both the relativeplacing of atoms and the number of bonds between atoms. Hence –CONH
2
and –CO
2
H are not satisfactoryas full structural formulae, although either of the usual symbols for the benzene ring is acceptable.
Units, significant figures
Candidates should be aware that misuse of units and/or significant figures, i.e. failure to quote units wherenecessary, the inclusion of units in quantities defined as ratios or quoting answers to an inappropriate number of significant figures, is liable to be penalised.
Exclusions
This syllabus must not be offered in the same session with any of the following syllabuses0620 Chemistry0652 Physical Science0653 Combined Science0654 Co-ordinated Sciences (Double Award)5124 Science (Physics, Chemistry)5126 Science (Chemistry, Biology)5129 Combined Science5130 Additional Combined Science

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