Pearson Chemistry 11 Western Australia Student Book with eBook

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Pearson Chemistry 11 Western Australia Student Book with eBook

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Introducing the Pearson Chemistry 11 Western Australia student book. Fully aligned to the WA Syllabus.


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  • An exact match to the Western Australian Chemistry Syllabus
  • Developed by highly experienced, well-known and expert author teams
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Table of contents
  • 1 Materials in Our World
  • 1.1 Materials science
  • 1.2 Nanomaterials
  • 1.3 Purifying materials
  • 2 Atoms: Structure and mass
  • 2.1 Atomic theory
  • 2.2 Describing atoms
  • 2.3 Isotopes
  • 2.4 Mass spectrometry
  • 3 Electrons and the Periodic table
  • 3.1 Electronic structure of atoms
  • 3.2 Electron arrangement in the periodic table
  • 3.3 Trends in the periodic table
  • 3.4 Quantisation of energy
  • 4 Metals
  • 4.1 Properties of metals
  • 4.2 Metallic bonding
  • 4.3 Reactivity of metals
  • 4.4 Modifying metals
  • 5 Ionic compounds
  • 5.1 Properties and structures of ionic compounds
  • 5.2 Using the ionic bonding model to explain properties
  • 5.3 Formation of ionic compounds
  • 5.4 Chemical formulas of simple organic compounds
  • 5.5 Writing formulas of more complex organic compounds
  • 6. Covalent compounds
  • 6.1 Properties of non- metallic substances
  • 6.2 Covalent bonding
  • 7 Carbon
  • 7.1 Carbon lattices
  • 7.2 Carbon nanomaterials
  • 8 Organic compounds
  • 8.1 Alkanes
  • 8.2 Alkenes
  • 8.3 Benzene
  • 8.4 Reactions of hydrocarbons
  • 9 The Mole
  • 9.1 Masses of particles
  • 9.2 Introducing the mole
  • 9.3 Molar mass
  • 9.4 Percentage composition
  • 10 Energy changes in chemical reactions
  • 10.1 Exothermic and endothermic reactions
  • 10.2 Thermochemical equations, energy profile diagrams and enthalpy
  • 11 Fuels and Stoichiometry
  • 11.1 Types of fuels
  • 11.2 Combustion reactions
  • 11.3 Calculations involving fuels
  • 12 Intermolecular forces
  • 12.1 Shapes of molecules
  • 12.2 Properties of covalent molecular substances
  • 12.3 Types of intermolecular forces
  • 13 Chromatography
  • 13.1 Principles of chromatography
  • 13.2 Advanced applications of chromatography
  • 14 Gases
  • 14.1 Introducing gases
  • 14.2 The gas laws
  • 14.3 Calculations involving reactions with gases
  • 15 Properties and uses of water
  • 15.1 Essential water
  • 15.2 Properties of water
  • 15.3 Water as a solvent
  • 15.4 Water as a solvent of molecular substances
  • 15.5 Water as a solvent of ionic compounds
  • 15.6 Factors influencing solubility in water
  • 16 Aqueous solutions
  • 16.1 Water as a solvent
  • 16.2 Precipitation reactions
  • 16.3 Solubility
  • 16.4 Crystallisation
  • 16.5 Concentration of solutions
  • 16.6 Molar concentrations
  • 16.7 Dilution
  • 16.8 Calculations involving reactions in solutions
  • 17 Acids and bases
  • 17.1 Introduction to acids and bases
  • 17.2 Calculating pH
  • 17.3 The Arrhenius theory of acids and bases
  • 17.4 Reactions involving acids and bases
  • 17.5 Calculations involving acids and bases
  • 18 Rates of reactions
  • 18.1 Investigating the rate of chemical reactions
  • 18.2 Collision theory
  • 18.3 Applying collision theory
  • 19 Catalysts
  • 19.1 Catalysts
  • 20 Practical investigations

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