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Periodic Table

Quantitative Chemistry

Chemistry out there

a Atom: charges, mass, radius

Historic background, Element
Compound, electrons

a RAM and molar mass sums

reacting masses

a Electrolysis: anions, cations

Tests for O2H2
Several electrolytes to know
Ionic half equations

b Ionic Bond: Ions, dot and cross

NaCl structure and properties
c Covalent bonding: Molecules
Gp I, VII, VIII Periods
Carbon dioxide, water etc
d Group 1: Li, Na, K
Flame test, Reaction with water
Properties, equations
e Group 7: F, Cl, Br, I
Metal halides Displacements
Properties, equations
f Transition Metals:
Thermal decomposition
Precipitation reactions
g Structure of Metal: Properties
Crystal structure,
Superconductors uses + / h Water: Sources, pollutants
found and purification.
How water is tested for purity

b % composition: Emp. formula

Working out molar masses
c Concentration Dilution
Number of moles in a given
volume. Volume units
d Titrations: pH curve
Neutralisation. UIndicator
H - [conc. of acid.alkali]
e Gas Volume and Reactions
Thorough treatment of acid
and chips or metal.
f Equilibria: Reversible
Contact Process H2SO4
g Acids: What makes them
strong and weak.
Electrolysis CH3COOH
h Precipitation/Ionic
Test for halide ions (C4e)
Constructing ionic reactions
Prep. Of a dry sample

b Fuel Cells: adv/disad

Uses in a spacecraft and
car industry
c Redox Reactions: metal ions
OILRIG, rusting, galvanising.
Ways to prevent rust
Displacements with metal ions
d Alcohols: Mol, displayed formula
Fermentation conditions
Making and uses of ethanol
e Ozone Layer and CFCs
Depletion, action of UV properties
of CFCs. Alternatives
f Hard Water / Soft Water
Removal of hardness. Equations
Limescale removers
Comparing hardness
g Fats and Oils: animal, vegetable
Saturated vs un-sat.
Butter/milk emulsions
Making soap, margarine
h Detergents: Properties, function
stain removal dry cleaning
Washing up liquid