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KNOCKHARDY PUBLISHING produces notes and other resources for AS and A2 Level Chemistry. The module references are for the AQA and OCR examinations but the material applies equally well to other specifications. The pages are saved as PDF files and may be freely read and printed for personal use but they may not be revised or circulated in any other form without the consent of Knockhardy Publishing. JONATHAN HOPTON Last amended 7/01/2014 F321 F322 F323 F324 F325 Unit numbers refer to the OCR specification. These, and other, animated gifs are to be found inside my Powerpoint presentations. Complete topics summarised on one sheet Single page help sheets KNOCKHARDY MUSIC PUBLISHING KNOCKHARDY PRODUCTIONS KNOCKHARDY SCIENCE POWERPOINTS Email Knockhardy Publishing: Knockhardy Powerpoints are at: If you have any comments or ideas for additional resources, please get in touch. Related:  A Level ChemistryMath and Science

Chem Doc Brown's (chemistry teacher) GCSE Science Biology Physics HOMEPAGE Revision Notes Quizzes e-learning website free to use online Get Revising 1. AQA Revision Guides | chemrevise These are the revision guides in module order. Module 3 and 6 are the practical components of the course. They do not have revision guides but they are covered within the other module revision guides. Module 1 mod 1 revision guide atom updated Dec 2014 mod 1 revision guide bonding mod 1 revision guide calculations mod 1 revision guide organic updated Dec 2014 mod 1 revision guide periodicity updated Dec 2014 Module 2 mod 2 revision guide 1. energetics mod 2 revision guide 2. reaction kinetics mod 2 revision guide 3. equilibria updated Sep 2014 mod 2 revision guide 4. redox mod 2 revision guide 5. halogens mod 2 revision guide 6. group 2 mod 2 revision guide 7. metal extraction mod 2 revision guide 8. haloalkanes mod 2 revision guide 9. alkenes mod 2 revision guide 10. alcohols updated Sep 2014 mod 2 revision guide 11. spectroscopy aqa mechanisms summary AS Module 4 mod 4 revision guide 1. reaction kinetics mod 4 revision guide 2. equilibria mod 4 revision guide 3. acid base equilibria Module 5 Share this:

Chemistry Virtual Textbook Acid-base chemistry can be extremely confusing, particularly when dealing with weak acids and bases. This set of lessons presents an updated view of the Br√łnsted-Lowry theory that makes it easy to understand answers to common questions: What's the fundamental difference between a strong acid and a weak acid? Can acid A neutralize base B? Why are some salts acidic and others alkaline? This complete rewrite of the previous 1996 pdf document is now organized into seven lessons covering all aspects of the subject. Much emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of calculations, including how to deal with quadratic equations and how to judge when approximations are appropriate.

Biology For Kids - Molecular Workbench - Database Molecular Workbench offers interactive, visual simulations and activities that have been widely used in science teaching for students of all ages. Our database is designed to provide teachers and students with easy access to our model-based activities. The activities are derived largely, but not entirely, from projects of the Concord Consortium sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The models are primarily of interactions of atoms and molecules, or rule-based genetics. All activities are accompanied by: colored icons to indicate degree of support technological requirements links to concepts and disciplines links to standards links to some textbooks Activities can be accessed by typing an activity number in the field Jump to Activity at top right. Note: This database is in development.

AQA | Chemistry HOMEPAGE This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Please either accept the cookies, or find out how to remove them Accept Accept cookies. More informationAccept <div class="js-msg"><p>This website works best with JavaScript switched on. skip to content you are here Chemistry (2420) This specification is no longer being taught or examined. For the current specification, see AS and A-level Chemistry (7404, 7405) Related specifications There is a choice of specifications for this subject. Specification Get news, updates and inspiration Key dates 16 August 2017 Results for May/June 2017 available to schools/colleges via e-AQA and EDI for exams officers and heads of centre 17 August 2017 Receive written feedback for May/June 2017 internally-assessed work 17 August 2017 Results for May/June 2017 released to students More key dates Codes and references Updates to Chemistry (2420) When there are changes to the specification, updates appear here. Talk to us Nick Hughes and the customer support team. News

Chemistry Powerpoints This page contains links to the PowerPoint presentations that I will be using in class (and some that I no longer use). Though I place them here to give my students 24/7 access, they may also be used by any teacher or student who can benefit from this resource. I have found that it is much easier to incorporate small, topical presentations into my course. Also, I believe that these become more useful to other teachers when I allow you to organize topics as you choose. I am no longer posting these presentations in Flash. I have shifted completely to HTML 5 format, which means that these can now be viewed on mobile devices with HTML 5 enabled browsers, such as iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. iPad users opening the HTML 5 format will be prompted to download iSpring's free viewer for these presentations. The HTML5 presentations also have some nice new features. For people who want the original PowerPoint file, you can download the PowerPoint Slide Show (.ppsx).

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AQA | Chemistry PAST PAPERS This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Please either accept the cookies, or find out how to remove them Accept Accept cookies. More informationAccept <div class="js-msg"><p>This website works best with JavaScript switched on. <a href=" enable JavaScript</a></p></div> skip to content you are here Past papers and mark schemes Search past paper question banks and easily create custom material for teaching, homework and assessment. Revise for exams with past papers and use the mark schemes to assess performance. Teachers can get past papers earlier, starting 10 days after the exam, from Secure Key Materials within e-AQA: our secure extranet. PDFs open in a new window. June 2015 Expand all Expand Data sheet Expand Unit 01 Expand Unit 02 Expand Unit 03T (P11) Expand Unit 03X Expand Unit 04 Expand Unit 05 Expand Unit 06T (P10) Expand Unit 06X June 2014 Expand Unit 03T Expand Unit 06T June 2013 January 2013 June 2012 January 2012 June 2011 Expand Unit 03T (Q11)