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AQA AS Chemistry Unit 1 - foundation chemistry

Revision materials for chemistry A level
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David Shaw

on 3 September 2013

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Transcript of AQA AS Chemistry Unit 1 - foundation chemistry

The Nucleus
The Electron
The Periodic Table
AQA A level AS Chemistry - Unit 1 Foundation Chemistry
Atomic Structure
Amount of Substance
Periodicity

be able to describe the trends in atomic radius, first
ionisation energy, melting and boiling points of the
elements Na – Ar - this video doesn't touch on Argon
understand the reasons for the trends in these properties
Introduction to Organic Chemistry
Top Tips
Exam Practice
Now that you're familiarised with the material for this unit (Unit 1) have a go at the unit 1 past papers (starting with the most recent paper) and then mark it, revise what you get wrong and then do another paper.

http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/science/a-level/chemistry-2420/past-papers-and-mark-schemes
Bonding
You will almost certainly have to name at least one organic compound

A simple example of a compound of the same homologous series is to add on, or take off a carbon (don't forget the hydrogens too!)
The lesson will involve using mass spec gain chemical information, and working out electronic structures
go to socrative.com, log in as a student using the room number 138082 and answer the questions
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