AQA GCSE Chemistry for A to C
My Revision Notes

By Philip Dobson
August 2011
Hodder Education
Distributed by the Trans-Atlantic Publications
ISBN: 9781444120820
94 Pages, Illustrated
$19.95 Paper Original

Aiming for your very best grades in AQA GCSE Chemistry? This revision guide will support you every step of the way.

My Revision Notes (for A* to C): AQA GCSE Chemistry will help you revise effectively in the way you want to, allowing you to plan and pace your revision according to your learning needs, and to adapt and personalise with your own notes.
Written by experienced teachers and examiners, you can be confident that this guide will cover only the facts and ideas you will be expected to recall and be able to use.
With My Revision Notes (for A* to C): AQA GCSE Chemistry, essential facts are organised into memorable portions to make revising easier. Each double-page spread summarises a key topic for AQA GCSE Chemistry and is packed with questions and quick-fire quizzes so you can test your understanding and track your progress. Exam tips and hints then show you how to avoid losing marks and get the best grades.
With additional online support and advice on using terms and applying your scientific skills, this guide will help you prepare for your top grades.

Table of Contents:
Chemistry 1
1.1 The fundamental ideas in chemistry
1.2 Limestone and building materials
1.3 Metals and their uses
1.4 Crude oil and fuels
1.5 Other useful substances from crude oil
1.6 Plant oils and their uses
1.7 Changes in the Earth and its atmosphere
Chemistry 2
2.1 Structure and bonding
2.2 How structure influences the properties and uses
of substances
2.3 Atomic structure, analysis and quantitative chemistry
2.4 Rates of reaction
2.5 Exothermic and endothermic reactions
2.6 Acids, bases and salts
2.7 Electrolysis
Chemistry 3
3.1 The periodic table online
3.2 Water
3.3 Calculating and explaining energy changes
3.4 Further analysis and quantitative chemistry
3.5 The production of ammonia
3.6 Alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters



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