WHAT'S IN A MEDICINE

Resourcing WM1 (CI 13.2 revision from DF) Author Joe Blacker Peckham Academy Southwark File Type PPoint Description or Subject Joe has provided a neat presentation on alcohols and ethers which he suggests could be used as an introduction to the topic or as a timed loop at the start of a lesson. Could be useful in reviewing CI 13.2 for the 3rd edition. Download Download

WM2 (CI 13.4)

Andrew Harris Barclay School Stevenage

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A Summary Sheet for Chemical Ideas 13.4 (the -OH group). Still relevant for the 3rd edition.
This presentation deals with aldehydes and ketones.

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**WM2 (CI 13.7)

Melanie Tyrell Small Heath School Birmingham Melanie Tyrell Small Heath School Birmingham Natasha Callaghan Archbishop Tenison's CE High School Croydon

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WM3 (CI 13.3)

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This presentation deals with carboxylic acids and derivatives. It is still relevant for the 3rd edition. A set of notes describing the behaviour of the -OH group with respect to oxidation and acid strength in the WM Unit.. Still relevant for the 3rd edition although it goes beyond CI 13.4. Some of CI 13.2 from PR is revisited which is useful for CI 13.7 met in WM.

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WM3 (CI 13.4)

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WM4 CI 6.4 and 6.5

Chris Hall Hele's School Plympton

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Chris contributed this version of his Spectroscopy Booklet. The links in the booklet relare to the RSC Spectroscopy CD ROM which is usually to be found in schools/colleges. This would need alteration, the new specification uses

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time of flight mass spectrometry. CI 6.4 (IR) is revision here from PR and nmr is not met until MD. The latter now includes splitting. WM4 Act WM4 Joanna Bowman Our Lady's Convent HS Hackney PPoint This presentation deals with the types of instrumental analysis whose applications are considered in What's in a medicine. This may still be useful as a prelude to Act WM4 in the 3rd edition but will need tweaking. Nmr will not be met until MD. A presentations showing the theory of chromatography. Still relevant for the 3rd edition. A useful teaching tool giving the whys and wherefores of esters, including nomenclature, synthesis and reactions. Still useful for the 3rd edition although hydrolysis belongs in MR. Helen's presentation contains two quizzes, the first being arranged for a Bingo game or a quick penand-paper test. The second, Functional Groups, gives immediate feedback on each slide so that students are able to learn from their performances on the first few slides. Still relevant for the 3rd edition. Download

WM5 (CI 13.2)

Melanie Tyrell Small Heath School Birmingham K L Fullilove

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WM5 CI 13.5

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WM5 (CI 13.5)

Helen Mitchell Long Road Sixth Form College Cambridge

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WM6 (CI 8.1)

Anne Unseld Newstead Wood School

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A presentation on acids and bases, covering properties of acids and bases, proton transfer and indicators. Still relevant for the first edition although not all examined in WM, some

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examined in O. WM6 (CI 8.1) Catherine Coultous The Ashcombe School, Surrey PPoint A presentation on acids and bases. This is intended to be used in conjunction with the next resource. Still relevant for the first edition although not all examined in WM, some examined in O. Will need tweaking. A "template" in Word to enable students to record the key ideas on acids and bases as they watch the PowerPoint presentation listed above. Still relevant for the first edition although not all examined in WM, some examined in O. Will need tweaking.
A resource to help with the consideration of the synthesis of salicylic acid and aspirin. Still relevant for the 3rd edition. This presentation covers combinatorial chemistry. New for the 3rd edition.

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WM6 (CI 8.1)

Catherine Coultous The Ashcombe School, Surrey

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WM5 Storylines.

Joanna Bowman Our Lady's Convent HS Hackney

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WM8

Sarah Baines Tadcaster Grammar schhool

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