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Module 1 Solved Past Papers : Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
Unit 1 0620_s17_qp_22 : MCQs
Module 2 Kinetic Particle Theory
Unit 1 Particulate Theory of Matter : Describing Solids, Liquids and Gases
Unit 2 Changes of States
Unit 3 Explaining Melting using Kinetic Particle Theory
Unit 4 Explaining Boiling using Kinetic Particle Theory
Unit 5 Explaining Evaporation using Kinetic Particle Theory
Unit 6 Differences between Evaporation and Boiling
Module 3 Atomic Structure
Unit 1 Structure of an Atom : Protons, Neutrons & Electrons
Unit 2 Drawing Structure of Atoms & Ions
Module 4 Chemical Bonding
Unit 1 Stable Electronic Configuration : Complete Octet
Unit 2 Ionic Compounds : Dot and Cross Diagram & their Properties
Unit 3 Covalent Compounds : Dot and Cross Diagrams & their Properties
Unit 4 Giant Covalent Structures
Unit 5 Metallic Bonding and Alloys
Module 5 Constructing Formulas of Ionic Compounds : Criss Cross Method
Unit 1 Criss Cross Method
Module 6 Constructing Equations : Acids, Bases and Salts
Unit 1 What are Acids and their Formulas
Unit 2 What are Bases and their Formulas
Unit 3 What are Acid Salts
Unit 4 What are Basic Salts
Unit 5 What is a Salt
Unit 6 Constructing Equations : Metal + Acids → Salt + Hydrogen
Unit 7 Constructing Equations : Base + Acid → Salt + Water
Unit 8 Constructing Equations : Carbonate + Acid → Salt + Water + Carbondioxide
Unit 9 Constructing Equations : Ammonium Salt + Base → Salt + Water + Ammonia
Module 7 Balancing Equations
Unit 1 Coefficient and Subscript in an Equation
Unit 2 Balancing Equations : Practice Problems
Module 8 Definition of Acids & Bases
Unit 1 Bronsted Lowry Definition of Acids & Bases
Module 9 Solubility of Compounds & Ionic Equations
Unit 1 Solubility Table
Unit 2 Understanding Solubility of Ionic Compounds
Unit 3 Ionic Equations : Writing Aqueous Ions in Dissociated form
Unit 4 Writing Ionic Equations and Removing Spectator Ions
Unit 5 Net Ionic Equation : Example Questions
Module 10 Salt Preparation
Unit 1 Excess Method : Preparing a Soluble Salt from an Insoluble Reactant (metal, base or carbonate)
Unit 2 Titration : Preparing a Soluble Salt from Soluble Reactant
Unit 3 Ionic Precipitation : Preparing an Insoluble Salt from Soluble Reactant
Module 11 Environment : Air & Water
Unit 1 Eutrophication : Harmful Effects of using NItrogenous Fertilizers
Unit 2 What is Acid Rain
Module 12 Metals and the Reactivity Series
Unit 1 Metals and their Physical Properties
Unit 2 Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals
Unit 3 Transition Metals and their Physical & Chemical Properties
Unit 4 Metals and the Reactivity Series
Unit 5 Reactivity Series : Reactions with Acids
Unit 6 Reactivity Series : Reactions with Water
Unit 7 Decomposition of Metal Carbonates, Nitrates & Hydroxides
Unit 8 Reactivity Series : Displacement (Redox) Reactions
Unit 9 Extraction of Metals : Displacement, Electrolysis or Uncombined
Unit 10 Extraction of Metals : Iron and Steel
Unit 11 Extraction of Metals : Aluminium
Module 13 Net Ionic Equation
Unit 1 Constructing Net Ionic Equations with Examples
Module 14 Electrolysis
Unit 1 Electrolysis of Molten Electrolyte
Unit 2 Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions using Inert Electrodes
Unit 3 Electrolysis of Aqueous Solutions using Active Electrodes (Electroplating, Purification)
Unit 4 Hydrogen-Oxygen Fuel Cell
Module 15 Chemical Equilibrium & Reversible Reactions
Unit 1 Reversible Reactions & Dynamic Equilibrium
Unit 2 Le Chatelier's Principle
Unit 3 Le Chatelier's Principle & Temperature
Unit 4 Le Chatelier's Principle and Pressure
Unit 5 Le Chatelier's Principle and Concentration
Unit 6 Le Chatelier's Principle & Catalyst
Unit 7 Le Chatelier's Principle & Rate of Reaction
Unit 8 Le Chatelier's Principle : Further Examples
Unit 9 Haber Process : Reaction Conditions
Unit 10 Haber Process : Le Chatelier's Principle and Justifying Conditions
Unit 11 Contact Process : Reaction Conditions
Unit 12 Contact Process : Le Chatelier's Principle and Justifying Reaction Conditions
Unit 13 Changes of State
Module 16 Organic Chemistry Introduction
Unit 1 Organic Compounds & Organic Formulas
Unit 2 Drawing Structures of Organic Compounds
Module 17 Organic Chemistry : Homologous Series
Unit 1 Alkanes & Alkenes
Unit 2 Homologous Series : Alcohols & Carboxylic Acids
Unit 3 Homologous Series : Esters, Amines, Amides
Unit 4 Physical Properties of Homologous Series
Module 18 Organic Chemistry : Isomers
Unit 1 What are Isomers
Unit 2 Structural Isomers Part 1 : Chain Isomerism
Unit 3 Structural Isomers Part 2 : Positional Isomers (Constitutional Isomers)
Unit 4 Structural Isomers Part 3 : Functional Group Isomers
Unit 5 What is not an Isomer
Module 19 Naming Organic Compounds
Unit 1 Naming Simple Alkanes & Alkenes
Unit 2 Naming Simple Alcohols
Module 20 Alkenes CnH2n
Unit 1 Alkenes and their Reactions
Module 21 Condensation Polymers : Polyamides
Unit 1 Polyamides
Module 22 Condensation Polymers : Polyesters
Unit 1 Polyesters