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Edexcel GCSE Additional Science C2

A concept map of the C2 Unit: Discovering Chemistry

Michael Lingard

on 2 November 2012

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Transcript of Edexcel GCSE Additional Science C2

Edexcel GCSE
Additional Science Quantitative
Chemistry Atomic
and the
Table Ionic
Compounds Chemical
Reactions Covalent
Compounds Groups
in the
Table C2: Discovering Chemistry Periods
Groups Mendeleev nucleus electrons electronic
configuration protons neutrons atomic number
mass number
RAM isotopes metals and
non-metals elements names and
formulae properties ionic bonds tests for ions anions cations carbonate
chloride flame tests for
Cu2+ spectroscopy lattice structure melting points
boiling points
electrical conductivity
solubility preparation of
insoluble salts barium meal explain recall percentage yield relative
mass empirical
formula percentage
by mass masses of reactants
and products yield exothermic
endothermic making and
breaking bonds rates of
reaction catalysts catalytic
converters factors
affecting temperature
surface area rates of collision
activation energy covalent bonds dot-cross
diagrams molecules simple
molecular giant
molecular separating
funnel group 1 properties melting point
boiling point
electrical conductivity Separation
Techniques paper
chromatography fractional
distillation miscible
liquids immiscible
liquids properties
of metals groups transition
metals group 7 group 0 alkali metals soft
low melting point
reaction with water halogens noble gases colours and states
reactions with metals
reactions with H2 chemical inertness
full outer shells
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