Chemistry

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Absorption spectroscopy
Acids and bases(junior science)
Acid (definition)
Acids and bases(senior)
Acid rain
Activation energy(senior science)
Activation energy (junior science)
Activation energy and catalysts
Active site
Alloys
Alloys(activity)
Aluminum(as a reactive metal)
Amino acids
-structure of amino acids
Ammonia
Analytical chemistry
- summary of analytical techniques
Annealing
Anti-oxidants
Aspirin (synthesis)
Atom
-atomic structure(senior)
-electronic configuration
-history
-subatomic structure(junior science)
-reactions with (junior science)
- card game (junior science)
Atomic radius
- activity to measure atomic radius of Fe
Atomic mass(junior science)
Atomic number(junior science)
Average kinetic energy
Back titration (see analytical chemistry)
Base(definition)
Battery (junior science)
-electrochemical cell
Biofuels
Blast furnace
Bonding
-energy and bond formation demonstration
Brain chemistry
Bunsen burner
Carbohydrates
Carbon cycle
Carbon cycle (junior science)
Carbon dating
Carbon dioxide
Carbon sequestration
Catalyst
Cellulose
Chemical potential energy (junior)
Chemical reactions
-at home(junior)
-collision theory
-demonstrations
-excess reactants
-examples of (junior science)
-explosive(junior science)
Chemical formulae (junior)
-ionic formulae
-ionic fromulae exercise
Chemical equations
-advanced exercises
-balancing equations
-nuts and bolts activity
Chemical symbols
Cloud formation and the gas laws
Compounds
Conservation of mass
-demonstration
-activity with copper
Concentration
-ppm
-(v/v)%
-(w/v)%
-(w/w)%
Contact process
Copper(in displacement reactions)
Copper -recovery of copper from CuCO3
Copper ore activity.
Copper oxide reduction with methane
Core charge
Covalent bonding see Bonding
Covalent 3-D network see Bonding
Covalency (see also valency)
Data Sheet (Yr 11 chemistry)
Data Sheet (Yr 12 VCAA)
DNA
-DNA-RNA exercises worksheet
Density
Detergent
Distillation
Dilution
Diesel fuels
Dipole-dipole bonding see Bonding
Dispersion forces see Bonding
Echem
Electrons
-in chemical reaction
-in an atom
Electrochemical reactions
Electrolysis
- predicting reactions
Electrolysis of water
Electronegativity
Electroplating
Elements
Emission spectra of selected elements
Emission spectroscopy
Emulsifiers (surfactants)
-activity with emulsifiers
Empirical formulae
-copper sulfate hydrate
-magnesium oxide
Empirical to molecular formulae
Endothermic reactions
End point (see equivalence point)


Enzymes
-rate of reaction
-hydrogen bonding
Equilibrium
-acid/base equilibrium
-past exam questions for acid/base equil.
Equivalnece point (see volumetric analysis)
Esters
-ester formation (prac)
Ethanol
Ethene see Organic chemistry
Ether links
Eutrophication
Exam questions
Excess reagents
Exothermic reactions
Fatty acids
-cis
-trans
Fermentation
Fireworks
Filtration-see solutions junior science
Foodchemistry
-identification of carbohydrate
Flame tests
Formula mass
Fuel
Fuel cell -hydrogen
Gases
Fructose
Galvanic cells
- exercises
Gravimetric analysis
Gravimetric analysis prac
Gravimetric analysis (questions from past exam)
- more gravimetric exercises
Greenhouse Effect
Glycogen
Haber process
Hess's Law
Hydrocarbons (see Organic Chemistry)
Hydrogen
Hydrogen bonding see bonding
Hydrogels (sodium polyacrylate)
Hydrolysis
Indicators (Senior Chemistry)
Indicators (junior science)
-making an indicator(junior chemistry)
Inulin
Ionic bonding see Bonding
Ionic formulae(see chemical formulae)
Ionic equations(of precipitates)
Ionic equations(acid/base reactions)
Ionisation energy (trend)
Infared spectroscopy-see analytical
Insoluble
Instantaneous dipoles see bonding
Instrumental analysis
Inter-molecular bonding see Bonding
Intra-molecular bonding see Bonding
Isomers
- stereoisomers
- optical isomers
- trans and cis isomers
Isotopes
-advanced
- radioactive
chemistry
Ka-see acids and bases (senior)
Kw-see acids and bases(senior)
Lake Nyos disaster
Latex (activity)
Le Chatelier's priniciple
- summary of Le Chatelier's principle
Lemon battery
Lewis dot diagrams
Limiting reagent
Macromolecules(biological)
Magic of chemistry
Magnesium and CO2
Mass number
Mass spectrometer
Matches
Metallic bonding see Bonding
Mining (iron ore, junior science)
Mixtures
Molarity
Mole
-numbers to mol exercises
-mass to mol exercises
-mol to mass exercises
-numbers to mass exercises
-mixed exercises
-mol ratio (empirical formula)
-molecules to atoms
-formula mass and the mol
-atomic volume and the mol
Molecular shapes
Molecular symmetry
Monomers see also Organic chemistry
Nanotechnology
Neutron
Neutrino
Nitrogen
Nitrogen from urine
Nitrogen cycle
NMR-see analytical chemistry
Nuclear energy
Nuclear equations
Nuclear fission
Nuclear fusion
Nuclear chemistry
Organic chemistry



Outcomes
-for year 7
-for year 8
-for yr 9-10 intermediate
-for yr 9-10 advanced
Oxygen
Particle theory
Pectin
Peptide links

Percentage composition
Percentage yield and atom economy
Periodic table (interactive)
Periodic table (junior chemistry)
Periodic table (senior chemistry)
-trends in the periodic table
pH(senior chemistry)
pH (junior science)
Physical reactions
Phospholipids (biological importance)
Plastics
Photosynthesis
Polar molecules
Polymerisation
-see also Organic chemistry
Polymers See also Organic chemistry
-latex ball (activity)
-latex moulds (activity)
-slime (activity)
-plastic toy (activity)
-crystallinity
Power generation
ppm - see concentration
Precipitation
-precipitation worksheet
-naming the precipitate
-writing equations
-experiment (equations)
- calibration curve using precipitates (junior science)
Primary standard (see analytical chemistry)
Protein
Proton
Quark
Quenching of steel
Rates of reaction
Reactive metals
Reactive metals trend in the periodic table
Reactivity
-reactive metals and copper
Reactivity of metals (activity)
Reactivity of metals activity using a lemon battery
Redox reactions
Respiration
Respiration (Junior science)
Rusting
-experiment
-experiment(agar)
Sacrificial anode
Safety in the laboratory
Salt bridge
Scientific notation
Separating mixtures
- oil and salt from chips
Serpent (demonstration)
Significant figures
Slime and Gak
Sodium
Solubility (activity)
Solubility curves
Solutions (junior science)
-practical test for identification of solutions (junior science)
Solutions (senior science)
-dissolving of salt
-molarity
Specific heat
Standard solution (see analytical chemistry)
Starch
States of matter
-making a model
Stoichiometry
-mass to mass
-number to number
-mixed exercises
-stoichiometry diagram
-excess and limiting reagents
-revision
-experiment (lead iodide)
-experiment(acid+carbonate reaction)
Sulfuric acid.
Sugar (in food)
Sugar (as a fuel)
Surface tension activity with milk
Surfactant (see also emulsifiers)
Tempering of steel
Thermite reaction
Thermochemical reactions
Timeline Unit 1
Timeline Unit 3
Timeline Unit 4 (New course 2017-2021)
Titration (see also volumetric analysis)
-equipment and setup
-errors
-activity
Tritation curves
Transition metals
Triglycerides
Urine (nitrogen and phosphorus)
Valency (Covalency)
Vitamin C titration
Volumetric analysis
-back titration
Water
-new theory
Water cycle
Water cycle and power generation
White powders activity(junior science analysis task)