Study Guide: Learn to Love Your Moles Ebook - A-Level
Student Friends in Chemistry are self-study guides designed to help students with the more difficult parts of A level Chemistry syllabuses. They are exceptionally clear and student-friendly but, at the same time, technically rigorous and meet all the requirements of the new AS and A2 level specifications.
Written in an informal, down-to-earth style and with over 50 worked examples and 120 supplementary questions (and answers!), Learn to Love Your Moles provides students with a step-by-step guide to all of the mole calculation questions which A level Chemistry students may meet. The aim is to help students dramatically increase their confidence in tackling what many perceive as one of the most difficult areas of A level syllabuses and first year undergraduate courses.
Chapter 1 - Formulae of compounds
Chapter 2 - Relative molecular masses and moles
Chapter 3 - Substances in solution
Chapter 4 - How's your maths?
Chapter 5 - Moles of gases
Chapter 6 - Empirical formulae
Chapter 7 - Molecular formulae
Chapter 8 - Uses of formulae
Chapter 9 - Yield calculations
Chapter 10 - Calculating reacting masses
Chapter 11 - Acid-base titrations
Chapter 12 - Back titrations
Chapter 13 - Estimation of reducing agents
Chapter 14 - Estimation of oxidising agents
Chapter 15 - Silver nitrate titrations
Chapter 16 - Complexometric titrations
Chapter 17 - Hybrid calculations
Chapter 18 - What exactly is a mole?
ISSN / ISBN
ISBN: 0 9532341 0 X
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