Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE

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Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE

PDF Free Download | Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE 2nd Edition by RoseMarie Gallagher and Paul Ingram

Contents of Complete Chemistry PDF

  • Everything is made of particles
  • Solids, liquids, and gases
  • The particles in solids, liquids, and gases
  • A closer look at gases
  • Mixtures, solutions, and solvents
  • Pure substances and impurities
  • Separation methods
  • More about paper chromatography
  • The chromatography detectives
  • Atoms and elements
  • More about atoms
  • Isotopes and radioactivity
  • How electrons are arranged
  • How our model of the atom developed
  • The atom: the inside story
  • The metals and non-metals
  • Compounds, mixtures, and chemical change
  • Why do atoms form bonds?
  • The ionic bond
  • More about ions
  • The covalent bond
  • Covalent compounds
  • Comparing ionic and covalent compounds
  • Giant covalent structures
  • The bonding in metals
  • The names and formuale of compounds
  • Equations for chemical reactions
  • The masses of atoms, molecules and ions
  • Some calculations about masses and %
  • The mole
  • Calculations from equations, using the mole
  • Reactions involving gases
  • The concentration of a solution
  • Finding the empirical formula
  • From empirical to final formula
  • Oxidation and reduction
  • Redox and electron transfer
  • Redox and changes in oxidation state
  • Oxidising and reducing agents
  • Conductors and insulators
  • The principles of electrolysis
  • The reactions at the electrodes
  • The electrolysis of brine
  • Two more uses of electrolysis
  • Energy changes in reactions
  • Explaining energy changes
  • Energy from fuels
  • Giving out energy as electricity
  • The batteries in your life
  • Reversible reactions
  • Shifting the equilibrium
  • Rates of reaction
  • Measuring the rate of a reaction
  • Changing the rate of a reaction (part I)
  • Changing the rate of a reaction (part II)
  • Explaining rates
  • Catalysts
  • More about enzymes
  • Photochemical reactions
  • Acids and alkalis
  • A closer look at acids and alkalis
  • The reactions of acids and bases
  • A closer look at neutralisation
  • Oxides
  • Making salts
  • Making insoluble salts by precipitation
  • Finding concentrations by titration
  • An overview of the Periodic Table
  • Group I: the alkali metals
  • Group VII: the halogens
  • Group : the noble gases
  • The transition elements
  • Across the Periodic Table
  • How the Periodic Table developed
  • Metals: a review Comparing metals for reactivity
  • Metals in competition
  • The reactivity series
  • Making use of the reactivity series
  • Metals in the Earth’s crust
  • Extracting metals from their ores
  • Extracting iron
  • Extracting aluminium
  • Making use of metals and alloys
  • Steels and steel-making
  • Metals, civilisation, and you
  • What is air?
  • Making use of air
  • Pollution alert!
  • The rusting problem
  • Water supply
  • Living in space
  • Hydrogen, nitrogen, and ammonia
  • Making ammonia in industry
  • Acids and bases
  • The Periodic Table
  • The behaviour of metals
  • Making use of metals
  • Air and water
  • Some non-metals and their compounds
  • Fertilisers
  • Sulfur and sulfur dioxide
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Carbon and the carbon cycle
  • Some carbon compounds
  • Greenhouse gases, and global warming
  • Limestone
  • Petroleum: a fossil fuel
  • Refining petroleum
  • Cracking hydrocarbons
  • Families of organic compounds
  • The alcohols
  • The carboxylic acids
  • Introducing polymers
  • Addition polymerisation
  • Condensation polymerisation
  • Making use of synthetic polymers
  • Plastics: here to stay?
  • The macromolecules in food (part I)
  • The macromolecules in food (part II)
  • Breaking down the macromolecules
  • Chemistry: a practical subject
  • Example of an experiment
  • Working with gases in the lab
  • Testing for ions in the lab
  • Answers to the numerical questions in this book
  • Your Cambridge IGCSE chemistry exam
  • About the Cambridge IGCSE chemistry exam
  • The Periodic Table and atomic masses
  • Organic chemistry
  • Polymers

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