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September 3, 2013

Chapter 1 - Skills and Processes of Chemistry

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1.1 Staying Safe Around Matter
1.2 Laboratory and Reporting Skills
1.3 Measuring and Recording Significant Data
1.4 Analysis of Units and Conversions in Chemistry

Chapter 2 - The Make Up of Matter


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2.1 Properties of Matter
2.2 The Classification of Matter
2.3 Separating the Substances of a Mixture
2.4 A Review of Chemical Nomenclature

Chapter 3 - The Mole – The Central Unit of Chemistry


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3.1 Relative Atomic Mass
3.2 Introducing the Mole - The Central Unit of Chemistry
3.3 The Wheel Model of Mole Conversions
3.4 Molar Volume
3.5 Composition Analysis - Determining Formulas
3.6 Molar Concentrations

Chapter 4 - Expressing and Measuring Chemical Change

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4.1 Writing and Balancing Chemical Equations - The Magic of Chemistry
4.2 Classifying Chemical Changes and Predicting Products
4.3 Another Way to Classify – Identifying Electron Transfer (Extension)
4.4 Energy Changes Associated with Chemical Changes - Endothermicity and Exothermicity
4.5 Calculating With Chemical Change – Stoichiometry
4.6 Stoichiometry in the Real World – Excess/Limiting Amounts, Percentage Yield and Impurities

Chapter 5 - A Closer Look at Matter


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5.1 Early Models of the Atom - Dalton to Rutherford
5.2 Quantum Theory and the Bohr Model of the Atom
5.2 Beyond Bohr – The Quantum Mechanical Model of the Atom (Extension)
5.3 Applying Quantum Mechanics to Electrons in Atoms

Chapter 6 - Relationships and Patterns in Chemistry


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6.1 The Development of the Periodic Table
6.2 Periodic Trends - Regular Changes in Elemental Properties
6.3 Describing Chemical Bonding
6.4 Lewis Dot Structures – Depicting Molecules in Two Dimensions
6.5 Shapes and Behaviour of Molecules (Extension)

Chapter 7 - Solution Chemistry


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7.1 The Nature of Solutions
7.2 What Dissolves and What Doesn’t – “Like Dissolves Like”
7.3 Dissociation Equations and Solution Conductivity
7.4 Introduction to Titration

Chapter 8 - Organic Chemistry


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8.1 Simple Hydrocarbons and Isomerism
8.2 Functional Groups
8.3 Reactions of Organic Molecules

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