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Introduction To Chemistry
Definition And Role Of Chemistry In The Society
Career Opportunities Related To Chemistry
Drug Use And Drug Abuse
The Typical School Laboratory
Laboratory Apparatus For Measuring Volume
Laboratory Apparatus For Measuring Mass
Laboratory Apparatus For Measuring Temperature
Laboratory Apparatus For Measuring Time
Other Laboratory Apparatus
The Bunsen Burner
Types Of Bunsen Burner Flames
Experiment To Find Out The Hottest Part Of Non Luminous Flame
Laboratory Safety Rules
Chemistry - Introduction
Mixtures - Introduction
Separation Of Solid Solid Mixtures
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixtures - Decantation
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixtures Filtration
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixtures - Evaporation To Dryness
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixture Filtration And Evaporation
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixture - Crystallisation
Separation Of Solid Liquid Mixture - Simple Distillation
Separation Of Immiscible Liquid-liquid Mixtures
Separation Of Liquid Liquid Mixtures - Fractional Distillation
Solvent Extraction Method Of Separation of Mixtures
Chromatography - Separation Of Colours From A Dye
Effect Of Heat On Substances
Kinetic Theory Of Matter
Criteria Of Purity - Heating Pure Substances
Criteria Of Purity - Cooling Pure Substances
Criteria Of Purity - Heating Impure Substances2
Criteria Of Purity - Cooling Impure Substances
Comparison Between Heating And Cooling Curves Of Pure And Impure Substances
Applications Of Knowledge Of Purity
Temporary Physical Change
Temporary Chemical Changes
Permanent Chemical Changes
Constituents Of Matter
Constituents Of Matter Compound
Chemical Symbols
The Three States Of Matter - Chapter Review
Acids, Bases And Indicators
Flower Extract Indicator
Commercial Indicators
Universal Indicators And The Ph Scale
Chemical Properties Of Acids Reaction With Metals
Chemical Properties Of Acids Reaction With Carbonates And Hydrogen Carbonates
Chemical Properties Of Acids Reaction With Bases
Physical Properties Of Acids And Bases
Applications Of Acids And Bases
Applications And Uses Of Bases
Flower Extract Indicators
Air And Its Composition
Percentage Of Air That Supports Combustion
Percentage Of Air That Is Used During Rusting
Percentage Of Air Used In Smouldering Of Phosphorus
Determining The Presence Of Carbon (iv) oxide In Air
Determining The Presence Of Water Vapour In Air
Fractional Distillation Of Liquefied Air
Uses Of Oxygen
Rusting Of Metals - Chapter Review
Water And Hydrogen
Burning Of Organic Substances In Air
Reaction Of Metals With Water
Reaction Of Metals With Steam
Reactivity Series Of Metals
Physical Properties Of Hydrogen
Chemical Properties Of Hydrogen Reaction Of Hydrogen With Copper Ii Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Hydrogen Reducing Property Of Hydrogen
Chemical Properties Of Hydrogen Burning Of Hydrogen In Air
Uses Of Hydrogen
Structure Of The Atom And The Periodic Table Introduction
What Is An Atom
The First Twenty Elements Of The Periodic Table
Energy Levels And Electron Arrangement
Building Atoms Of Elements
Atomic Number And Mass Number
The Periodic Table
Isotopes
Relative Atomic Mass R.a.m.
Ion Formation
Valency
Radicals
Oxidation And Oxidation Number
Writing Chemical Formulae
Molecules
Writing Of Chemical Equations
Chemical Families - Introduction
Alkali Metals Or The Group 1 Metals
Physical Properties Of Alkali Metals
Chemical Properties Of Alkali Metals Reaction With Air
Chemical Properties Of Alkali Metals Reaction Of Water
Chemical Properties Of Alkali Metals Reaction Of Chlorine
General Properties Of Alkali Metals
Uses Of Alkali Metals And Their Compounds
Alkaline Earth Metals
Physical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals
Chemical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals Reaction With Air
Chemical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals Reaction With Water
Chemical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals Reaction With Steam
Chemical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals Reaction With Chlorine
Chemical Properties Of Alkaline Earth Metals Reaction With Dilute Acids Acids
Ions And Formulae Of Some Compounds Of Alkaline Earth Metals
Uses Of Alkaline Earth Metals And Their Compounds
The Halogens
Physical Properties Of Halogens
Chemical Properties Of Halogens Reaction With Metals
Chemical Properties Of Halogens Reaction With Water
Uses Of Halogens
The Noble Gases
Some Uses Of The Noble Gases
Trends In Period 3 Elements
Chemical Properties Of Period 3 Elements Reaction With Oxygen
Chemical Properties Of Period 3 Elements Reaction With Water
Chemical Properties Of Period 3 Elements Reaction With Acids
Structure And Bonding - An Overview
Giant Ionic Structures
Covalent Bond
Co-ordinate Bond
Hydrogen Bonding
Giant Atomic Structures
Metallic Bonds
Types Of Bonds Across Period 3
Chapter Review On Covalent Bonds
Salts - Methods Of Preparation And Uses
Types Of Salts
Solubility Of Salts In Water
How To Obtain Crystals Of Salt From A Solution
Preparation Of Soluble Salts Reaction Of Acids With Metals
Preparation Of Soluble Salts Reaction Of Acids With Bases
Preparation Of Soluble Salts Reaction Of Acids With Metal Carbonates And Hydrogen Carbonates
Preparation Of Insoluble Salts Double Decomposition Or Precipitation Reactions
Preparation Of Salts Direct Combination Of Elements
Uses Of Some Salts
Exposing Salts To The Atmosphere
Action Of Heat On Salts Carbonates
Action Of Heat On Salts Nitrates
Action Of Heat On Salts Suphates
Chapter Review Of Conductors, Nonconductors And Electrolysis
Conductors And Non Conductors
Electrical Conductivity Of Substances In Aqueous State
Electrical Conductivity Of Molten Substances
Electrolysis
Applications Of Electrolysis
Chapter Review Of The Topic Carbon And Its Compounds
Carbon And Some Of Its Compounds Introduction
Allotropes Of Carbon
Burning Carbon In Air
Heating A Mixture Of Carbon And Copper (ii) Oxide
End Of Reactivity Series
Reaction Of Carbon With Concentrated Sulphuric(vi)and Concentrated Nitric(v) Acids
Laboratory Preparation Of Carbon (iv) Oxide
Physical Properties Of Carbon (iv) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Carbon (iv) Oxide
Uses Of Carbon (iv) Oxide
Physical Properties Of Carbon (ii) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Carbon (ii) Oxide
Other Sources Of Carbon (ii) Oxide
Carbonates And Hydrogen Carbonates
Extraction Of Sodium Carbonate From Trona
The Solvay Process
Effects Of Carbon (iv) Oxide And Carbon (ii) Oxide On The Environment
The Carbon Cycle
Carbon And Its Allotropes - Chapter Review
Gas Laws
Gas Laws - Boyles Law
Examples On Boyles Law
Gas Laws - Charles Law
Examples On Charles Law
Combined Gas Law
Examples On Combined Gas Law
Graham's Law Of Diffusion
Examples On Grahams Law Of Diffusion
The Mole As A Basic Unit And Relative Mass
Examples On Relative Atomic And Formula Mass
Molecules And Moles
Examples On Molecules And Moles
Relationship Between Relative Atomic Mass And Moles
Relationship Between Relative Formula Mass And Moles
Empirical Formula
Examples On Empirical Formula
Molecular Formula
Molar Solutions - Mass Of 1 Mole Of Substance Dissolved In 1 Litre Of Water
Examples On Molar Solutions
Preparation Of Molar Solutions
Dilution Of A Solution
Stoichiometry Of Chemical Equations
Equation For The Reaction Between Copper Metal And Iron(ii)sulphate
Reaction Of Potassium Iodide And Lead (ii) Nitrate
Reaction Of Barium Ions And Carbonate Ions
Reaction Of Sodium Carbonate And Hydrochloric Acid
Volumetric Analysis (titration)
Direct Titration
Direct Titration Example1
Direct Titration - Example 2
Back Titration 2
Back Titration Example 1
Redox Titration
Redox Titration Example 2
Determining The Amount Of Water Of Crystallization Iron(ii)sulphate
Atomicity And Molar Gas Volume2
Atomicity And Molar Gas Volume
Gay Lussac's Law
Carbon And Its Compounds
Hydrocarbons - The Alkanes
Cracking Of Alkanes
The Biomass Digester
Nomenclature Of Alkanes
Structural Formula Of Alkanes
Summary Of Nomenclature Of Alkanes
Homologous Series
Naming Of Branched Alkanes
Isomerism In Alkanes
Preparation Of Alkanes
Physical Properties Of Alkanes
Chemical Properties Of Alkanes
Uses Of Alkanes
Hydrocarbons - Alkenes
Nomenclature Of Alkenes
Isomerism In Alkenes
Laboratory Preparation Of Ethene
Physical Properties Of Alkenes
Chemical Properties Of Alkenes
Combustion Of Hydrocarbons
Addition Reaction - Halogenation
Addition Reaction - Hydrohalogenation
Addition Reaction - Hydrogenation
Addition Reaction-self Addition
Addition Reaction-addition Involving Oxidizing Agents
Combustion Reaction Of Hydrocarbons
Test For Alkynes
Uses Of Alkynes
Nitrogen And Its Compounds
Laboratory Isolation Of Nitrogen From Air
Fractional Distillation Of Liquid Air
Laboratory Preparation Of Nitrogen
Physical Properties Of Nitrogen
Chemical Properties Of Nitrogen
Uses Of Nitrogen
Oxides Of Nitrogen
Physical Properties Of Nitrogen (i) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Nitrogen (i) Oxide
Uses Of Nitrogen(i) Oxide
Nitrogen(ii) Oxide
Physical Properties Of Nitrogen (ii) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Nitrogen (ii) Oxide
Nitrogen (iv) Oxide
Physical Properties Of Nitrogen (iv) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Nitrogen (iv) Oxide
Uses Of Nitrogen (iv) Oxide
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Reaction With Water
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Reaction With Acids
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Reaction With Oxygen
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Reaction With Chlorine
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Ammonia As A Reducing Agent
Chemical Properties Of Ammonia Reaction With Metal Ions
Large Scale Manufacture Of Ammonia
Uses Of Ammonia
Nitrogenous Fertilizers
Nitric (v) Acid
Industrial Manufacture Of Nitric (v) Acid
Chemical Properties Of Dilute Nitric (v) Acid
Chemical Properties Of Concentrated Nitric (v) Acid
Uses Of Nitric (v) Acid
Nitrates
Test For Nitrates
Pollution Effects Of Nitrogen Compounds
Sulphur And Its Compounds
Extraction Of Sulphur - Frasch Process
Allotropes Of Sulphur - Rhombic And Monoclinic Sulphur
Physical Properties Of Sulphur
Uses Of Sulphur
Oxides Of Sulphur
Physical Properties Of Sulphur(iv)oxide
Chemical Properties Of Sulphur (iv) Oxide Bleaching Action
Chemical Properties Of Sulphur (iv) Oxide Reducing Action
Chemical Properties Of Sulphur(iv)oxide - Oxidising Action
Uses Of Sulphur (iv) Oxide
Sulphur (vi) Oxide Preparation Properties And Uses
Test For Sulphate And Sulphite Ions
Sulphuric(vi) Acid Preparation Properties And Uses
Chemical Properties Of Hydrogen Sulphide
Test For Hydrogen Sulphide
Pollution Of The Atmosphere By Compounds Of Sulphur
Physical Properties Of Chlorine
Chemical Properties Of Chlorine Reaction With Water
Chemical Properties Of Chlorine Reaction With Metals
Chemical Properties Of Chlorine Reaction With Non Metals
Chemical Properties Of Chlorine Oxidizing Property
Chemical Properties Of Chlorine Reaction With Alkaline Solutions
Test For Chlorides
Uses Of Chlorine And Its Compounds
Hydrogen Chloride
Properties Of Hydrogen Chloride
Preparation Of Aqueous Hydrogen Chloride
Reactions Of Aqueous Hydrogen Chloride Solution
Test For Hydrogen Chloride
Industrial Manufacture Of Hydrochloric Acid
Uses Of Hydrochloric Acid
Pollution Of The Environment By Chlorine And Its Compound
Strength Of An Acid - Weak And Strong Acids
Bases
Strength Of Bases
Effect Of Solvent On Solute
Amphoteric Oxides And Hydroxides
Salts - Properties And Preparation
Acids
Strength Of An Acid
Bases 2
Salts
Effect Of Sodium Hydroxide On Ions
Solubility
Numerical Examples On Solubility
Effect Of Temperature On Solubility
Fractional Crystallization
Water Hardness
Methods Of Removing Water Hardness
Introduction To Thermochemistry
Exothermic And Endothermic Reactions
Heat Changes In Physical Processes
Heat Changes In Chemical Processes
Enthalpy Of Displacement
Molar Heat Of Displacement
Enthalpy Of Neutralization
Enthalpy Of Neutralization Example 1
Enthalpy Of Neutralization Example 2
Enthalpy Of Precipitation
Enthalpy Of Dissolution
Standard Conditions Of Measuring Enthalpy Changes
Relationship Between Enthalpy Of Solution Lattice And Hydration
Relationship Between Enthalpy Of Solution Lattice And Hydration Examples
Fuels
Hess Law
Hess Law Examples
Bond Energies
Rate Of Reaction And Reversible Reaction
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Concentration Of Reactants
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Temperature
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Surface Area
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Catalyst
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Light
Factors Affecting Rate Of Reaction Pressure
Reversible Reactions
Chemical Equilibrium
Factors Affecting Chemical Equilibrium Concentration
Factors Affecting Chemical Equilibrium Pressure
Factors Affecting Chemical Equilibrium Temperature
Redox Reaction
Oxidation Number
Electrochemical Cells
Standard Electrode Potential
Uses Of Standard Electrode Potential
Voltaic Cells
Fuel Cells
Electrolysis Of Sodium Chloride
Electrolysis Of Sodium Copper (ii) Sulphate
Electrolysis Of Dilute Sulphuric(iv) Acid
Calculations In Electrolysis


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