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  • Chem Factsheet: 194. How to Answer Questions Involving Entropy and Free Energy Changes of Systems

    Chem Factsheet: 194. How to Answer Questions Involving Entropy and Free Energy Changes of Systems

    This Chem Factsheet covers:(a) entropy (S) as a “measure of disorder” of a substance or system,(b) each term in the relationship ∆G = ∆H – T∆Ssystem and(c) the effe...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 195. How to Answer Questions on Isomerism

    Chemistry Factsheet: 195. How to Answer Questions on Isomerism

    To succeed in this topic you need to:-• Be able to interpret molecular, structural and displayed formulas• Be familiar with organic functional groupsAfter working through this Factsheet you ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 196. How to Balance Chemical Equations

    Chemistry Factsheet: 196. How to Balance Chemical Equations

    Chemistry, like all other sciences, is the study of the behaviour ofmaterials. What especially sets chemistry apart from other sciences are chemical reactions. A chemical reaction is a process that le...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 197. Why do some Ionic Compounds Dissolve and Some do Not?

    Chemistry Factsheet: 197. Why do some Ionic Compounds Dissolve and Some do Not?

    To succeed in this topic you need to:-• Be familiar with basic enthalpy change definitions includinglattice enthalpy, enthalpy change of solution and enthalpychange of hydration.• Be familia...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 198. Answering Questions Involving Entropy Changes

    Chemistry Factsheet: 198. Answering Questions Involving Entropy Changes

    How to Answer Questions Involving Entropy, Entropy Changes and Total Entropy Changes This Factsheet initially covers entropy in a qualitative manner and the factors that affect the entropy (S) of a ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 199. Measuring Reducing and Oxidising Powers by Electrode Potentials

    Chemistry Factsheet: 199. Measuring Reducing and Oxidising Powers by Electrode Potentials

    Prior KnowledgeBefore you start this module you should be able to :(a) calculate oxidation numbers.(b) define and recognise oxidation, reduction and disproportionationprocesses in terms of oxidation n...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 200. Van der Waals Forces

    Chemistry Factsheet: 200. Van der Waals Forces

    This Factsheet is designed to explain whatis generally meant by the phrase “Van derWaals Forces” and how these forcesaccount for the physical properties of many substances....

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 201. The properties & reactions of transition metal ions in solution

    Chemistry Factsheet: 201. The properties & reactions of transition metal ions in solution

    To succeed in this topic you need to:-• Be familiar with the electronic configurations of the firsttransition series elements• Be familiar with the ability of these elements to exhibit varia...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 202. Isomerism in Alcohols

    Chemistry Factsheet: 202. Isomerism in Alcohols

    This Factsheet is designed to cover all aspects of the isomerism of alcohols across both AS and A2 syllabuses. As a consequence,parts of the factsheet would not be examined at AS level but mayprove of...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 203. Basic atomic structure

    Chemistry Factsheet: 203. Basic atomic structure

    Chemists have long believed that all matter is composed of “atoms”. How Big are Atoms?From about the 1920’s, X-ray crystallography and related techniques allowed atomic radii to be ...

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