AQA GCSE Chemistry

Edited By Graham Hill
June 2007
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
Hodder Murray
ISBN: 9780340928004
Ages 14-16
263 pages, Illustrated, 8 3/8 x 10 7/8"
$47.50 Paper Original

The AQA GCSE Chemistry Student’s Book provides complete coverage of the knowledge and skills for GCSE Chemistry for AQA, with a strong emphasis throughout on understanding how science works.

The examples and activities focus on everyday contexts and real-life applications that will motivate and engage students. Questions for homework and exam practice allow students to apply their knowledge and to progress their skills in areas such as enquiry and data handling. The activities help students prepare for practical and investigative skills assignments.

The Chemistry, Biology and Physics Student’s Books together provide complete coverage of the separate science courses. Written by experienced examiners, successful writers and practising teachers these resources make sense of complex ideas and issues with full and clear explanations.

  How do rocks provide useful materials?
  How does crude oil provide useful materials?
  How can plant oils be used?
  What changes have occurred in the Earth and its atmosphere?
  How do sub-atomic particles explain the structure and reactions of substances?
  How do the structures of substances influence their properties and usage?
  How do we control the rate of chemical reactions and measure energy transfer?
  How can we use ions in solutions?
  How can the Periodic Table help us to understand reactions?
  What are strong and weak acids and alkalis?
  What’s in the water we drink?
  How much energy is involved in chemical reactions?
  How do we identify and analyse substances?

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