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Chemistry for Senior Schools

Chemistry for Senior Schools

Book Code : SWX004

Author : SUL

Book Format : Interactive eBook(epub3)

Categories : Chemistry

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Topics
1. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY

1.1 Measurement of physical quantities:

1.2 Scientific measurements and their importance in chemistry

1.3 Scientific Method:

2. STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM

2.1 Gross features of the atom

2.2 Atomic number/proton number, number of neutrons, isotopes, atomic mass, mass number

2.3 Particulate nature of matter: physical and chemical changes

2.4 Electron Configuration

3. STANDARD SEPARATION TECHNIQUES FOR MIXTURES

3.1 Classification of mixtures

3.2 Separation techniques

3.3 Criteria for purity:

4. PERIODIC CHEMISTRY

4.1 Periodicity of the elements

4.2 Different categories of elements in the periodic table:

4.3 Periodic law: Trends on periodic table, Periodic gradation of the elements in the third period (Na - Ar)

4.4 Reaction between acids and metals, their oxides and trioxocarbonates (IV)

4.5 Periodic gradation of elements in group seven, the halogens: F, Cl, Br and I

4.6 Elements of the first transition series. 21Sc - 30Zn

5. CHEMICAL BONDS

5.1 Interatomic bonding

5.2 Formation of ionic bonds and compound

5.3 Naming of ionic compounds

5.4 Formation of covalent bonds and compound

5.5 Properties of covalent compounds

5.6 Shapes of molecular compounds

5.7 Metallic Bonding

5.8 Inter molecular bonding

6. STOICHIOMETRY AND CHEMICAL REACTIONS

6.1 Symbols, formulae and equations

6.2 Amount of substance

6.3 Mole ratios

6.4 Solutions, Concentration terms, Standard solutions, Preparation of solutions from liquid solutes by the method of dilution

7. STATES OF MATTER

7.1 Kinetic theory of matter, Changes of state of matter

7.2 Solids

7.3 Liquids

7.4 Vapour and Gases, Diffusion

8. ENERGY AND ENERGY CHANGES

8.1 Energy and enthalpy

8.2 Description, definition and illustrations of energy changes and their effects

9. ACIDS, BASES AND SALTS

9.1 Definitions of acids and bases

9.2 Physical and chemical properties of acids and bases

9.3 Acids, bases and salts as electrolytes

9.4 Classification of acids and bases

9.5 Concept of pH

9.6 Salts

9.7 Deliquescent, efflorescent and hygroscopic compound

9.8 Acid-Base indicators

9.9 Acid-Base titration

10. SOLUBILITY OF SUBTANCES

10.1 General principles

10.2 Practical application of solubility

11. CHEMICAL KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUM SYSTEM

11.1 Rate of reactions

11.2 Equilibrium

12. REDOX REACTIONS

12.1 Oxidation and reduction process

12.2 Oxidizing and reducing agents

12.3 Redox equations

12.4 Electrochemical cells

12.5 Electrolysis

13. CHEMISTRY OF CARBON COMPOUNDS

13.1 Classification

13.2 Functional group

13.3 Separation and purification of organic compounds

13.4 Petroleum/crude oil

13.5 Determination of empirical and molecular formulae and molecular structures of organic compounds.

13.6 General properties of organic compounds

13.7 Alkanes

13.8 Alkenes

13.9 Alkynes

13.10 Benzene

13.11 Alkanols

13.12 Alkanoic acids

13.13 Alkanoates as drivatives of alkanoic acids

14. CHEMISTRY, INDUSTRY AND THE ENVIRONMENT

14.1 Chemical industry

14.2 Pollution: air, water and soil pollution

14.3 Biotechnology

15. BASIC BIOCHEMISTRY AND SYNTHETIC POLYMERS

15.1 Proteins

15.2 Amino acids

15.3 Fats/oils

15.4 Carbohydrates

15.5 Synthetic polymers

16. NON METALS AND THEIR COMPOUNDS

16.1 Carbon and Allotropes of carbon

16.2 Coal

16.3 Coke

16.4 Oxides of carbon

17. OXYGEN

17.1 Laboratory and industrial preparation

17.2 Properties and uses

17.3 Binary compounds of oxygen: acidic, basic, amphoteric and neutral oxides.

18. HYDROGEN

18.1 Laboratory preparations

18.2 Properties and uses.

18.3 Water and solution

18.4 Composition of water

18.5 Water as a solvent

18.6 Hardness of water, causes and methods of removing it

18.7 Treatment of water for town supply.

19. HALOGENS

19.1 Chlorine

19.2 Laboratory preparation

19.3 Properties and reactions

20. HYDROGEN CHLORIDE GAS

20.1 Laboratory preparation

20.2 Properties and uses

20.3 Uses of halogen compounds

21. NITROGEN

21.1 Preparation and properties

21.2 Uses of nitrogen

21.3 Compounds of nitrogen

22. SULPHUR

22.1 Allotropes and uses

22.2 Compound of Sulphur

22.3 Trioxosulphate

22.4 Acids and its salts

22.5 Tetraoxosulphate (VI) acid: industrial preparation, reactions and uses.

23. THE NOBLE GASES

23.1 Properties and uses.

24. METALS AND THEIR COMPOUNDS

24.1 Extraction of metals

24.2 Alloys

24.3 Properties and uses of sodium and its compounds.

24.4 Properties and uses of calcium and its compounds.

24.5 Reactivity of iron and aluminium with air, water and acids.

24.6 Properties and uses of copper and its compounds.