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Edexcel GCSE Science C1

A concept map of the C1 Unit: Chemistry in our World
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Michael Lingard

on 2 November 2012

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Transcript of Edexcel GCSE Science C1

Edexcel GCSE Science C1: Chemistry in Our World Earth's Sea and
Atmosphere Acids Fuels Obtaining
and Using
Metals Materials
from the
Earth Early atmosphere Production of oceans Modern atmosphere modern
changes CO2
change O2
change formation
of rocks Igneous
Sedimentary
Metamorphic Chalk and limestone
Marble calcium
carbonate Uses in:
glass
cement
concrete
power stations atoms and
chemical reactions mass conservation thermal decomposition calcium oxide
calcium hydroxide test for CO2 reactivity series corrosion uncombined elements ores uses v properties extraction oxidation
reduction heat with carbon
electrolysis recycling alloys smart memmory alloys crude oil and
hydrocarbons the hydrogen
economy biofuels what makes
a good fuel? fractional
distillation fuel cells problems and
solutions of
using polymers cracking polymerisation alkanes and
alkenes combustion complete and
incomplete CO2,
H20 and
climate change test for... Granite digestion and
indigestion with:
oxides
hydroxides
carbonates tests for... Electrolysis Neutralisation to form salts:
nitrates
chlorides
sulfates of HCl of H20 of seawater chlorine hydrogen oxygen hazards use in manufacturing:
bleach
PVC
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