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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 129. Atom Economy

    Chemistry Factsheet: 129. Atom Economy

    After working through this Factsheet you will be able to:  • calculate the atom economy of a reaction  • explain the difference between atom economy and % yield  • und...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 130. Synthetic Pathways in Organic Chemistry

    Chemistry Factsheet: 130. Synthetic Pathways in Organic Chemistry

    To succeed in this topic you need to understand:  • the chemical properties of organic functional groups  • how to choose suitable reagents and conditions for organic transformat...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 131. Why Students Lose Marks  Reaction Mechanisms

    Chemistry Factsheet: 131. Why Students Lose Marks Reaction Mechanisms

    If you are struggling to learn lots of reactions and their  mechanisms, the following basic ideas might help you to make sense  of the topic, organize your knowledge, and avoid some of the...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 132. How An Indicator Works And How To Choose It

    Chemistry Factsheet: 132. How An Indicator Works And How To Choose It

    The reaction of an acid (eg HCl(aq)) with a base (eg NaOH(aq)) can  be carried out quantitatively using a titration technique. This usually  employs a pipette to measure a known and accura...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 133. Acylation

    Chemistry Factsheet: 133. Acylation

    Acylation is the introduction of an acyl group into a molecule....

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 134. Factors Affecting the Rate of Hydrolysis of Haloalkanes

    Chemistry Factsheet: 134. Factors Affecting the Rate of Hydrolysis of Haloalkanes

    To succeed in this topic you need to:  • be able to draw the structures of primary, secondary and tertiary  haloalkanes  • be able to explain the nucleophilic substitution ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 135. Using Grignard Reagents in Organic Synthesis

    Chemistry Factsheet: 135. Using Grignard Reagents in Organic Synthesis

    What is a ‘Grignard Reagent’  A compound formed when a magnesium atom is inserted between  the carbon and the halogen atom ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 136. Why Students Lose Marks : Bonding

    Chemistry Factsheet: 136. Why Students Lose Marks : Bonding

    Some terms refer to ‘bonding’ and some to ‘structure’.  Interchanging the two incorrectly does not gain credit.  For example a ‘giant  structure’ is...

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  • Chem Factsheet: 137. How Science Works: What do enthalpy of combustion of alcohols data tell us?

    Chem Factsheet: 137. How Science Works: What do enthalpy of combustion of alcohols data tell us?

    To succeed in this topic you need to:  • know the definition of standard enthalpy of combustion  • be able to write balanced equations for the combustion of  alcohols ...

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  •  Chemistry Factsheet: 138. Industrial Uses of Transition Elements and their Compounds

    Chemistry Factsheet: 138. Industrial Uses of Transition Elements and their Compounds

    You should be able to balance chemical equations, write chemical  formulas, understand oxidation states and the Stock and IUPAC  naming systems.  After working through this Factsheet...

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