Pearson Chemistry 11 New South Wales eBook

  • Drew Chan, Richard Hecker, Bob Hogendoorn, Kathryn Hillier, Louise Lennard, Mick Moylan, Pat O’Shea, Maria Porter, Patrick Sanders, Jim Sturgiss, Paul Waldron
  • Pearson
  • 2017
  • ISBN: 9781488663468

RRP: $51.95 (Inc. GST)


Introducing the Pearson Chemistry 11 for New South Wales student ebook. Fully aligned to the Stage 6 Senior Science Syllabuses.

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Working scientifically
1.1 Questioning and predicting
1.2 Planning investigations
1.3 Conducting investigations
1.4 Processing data and information
1.5 Analysing data and information
1.6 Problem solving
1.7 Communicating
Properties of matter
2.1 Types of matter
2.2 Physical properties and changes of state
2.3 Separating mixtures
2.4 Calculating percentage composition
2.5 Elements and the periodic table
Atomic structure and atomic mass
3.1 Atoms
3.2 Classifying atoms
3.3 Masses of particles
3.4 Electronic structure of atoms
3.5 Electronic configuration and the shell model
3.6 The Schrodinger model of the atom
4.1 The periodic table
4.2 Trends in the periodic table – Part 1
4.3 Trends in the periodic table – Part 2
5.1 Metallic bonding
5.2 Ionic bonding
5.3 Covalent bonding
5.4 Intermolecular forces
5.5 Covalent network lattices
Chemical reactions and stoichiometry
6.1 Writing chemical equations
6.2 Problems involving conservation of mass
The mole concept
7.1 Introducing the mole
7.2 Molar mass
7.3 Percentage composition and empirical formulae
7.4 Calculations based on the amount of a reactant or product
7.5 Calculations based on the amounts of two reactants
Concentration and molarity
8.1 Concentration of solutions
8.2 Molar concentration
8.3 Dilutions
8.4 Standard solutions
Gas laws
9.1 Introducing gases
9.2 The gas laws
9.3 The ideal gas law
9.4 Stoichiometric calculations involving gases
Chemical reactions
10.1 Chemical change
10.2 Synthesis reactions
10.3 Decomposition reactions
10.4 Combustion reactions
10.5 Precipitation reactions
10.6 Reactions of acids and bases
10.7 Removing toxins from food
Predicting reactions of metals
11.1 Reactions of metals
11.2 The activity series of metals
11.3 Metal activity and the periodic table
Redox reactions and galvanic cells
12.1 Introducing redox reactions
12.2 Oxidation numbers
12.3 Galvanic cells
12.4 The table of standard reduction potentials
Rates of reactions
13.1 Collision theory
13.2 Measuring reaction rate
13.3 Effect of concentration or pressure and surface area on reaction rate
13.4 Effect of temperature on reaction rate
Energy changes in chemical reactions
14.1 Endothermic and exothermic reactions
14.2 Thermochemical equations and energy profile diagrams
14.3 Heat of combustion
14.4 Determining the heat of combustion
14.5 Enthalpy of dissolution
14.6 Catalysts
Enthalpy and Hess’s law
15.1 Latent heat
15.2 Enthalpy of formation
15.3 Hess’s law
Entropy and Gibbs free energy
16.1 Entropy changes in chemical reactions
16.2 Enthalpy and entropy
16.3 Gibbs free energy

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