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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 135. Using Grignard Reagents in Organic Synthesis

    Chemistry Factsheet: 135. Using Grignard Reagents in Organic Synthesis

    What is a ‘Grignard Reagent’  A compound formed when a magnesium atom is inserted between  the carbon and the halogen atom ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 136. Why Students Lose Marks : Bonding

    Chemistry Factsheet: 136. Why Students Lose Marks : Bonding

    Some terms refer to ‘bonding’ and some to ‘structure’.  Interchanging the two incorrectly does not gain credit.  For example a ‘giant  structure’ is...

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  • Chem Factsheet: 137. How Science Works: What do enthalpy of combustion of alcohols data tell us?

    Chem Factsheet: 137. How Science Works: What do enthalpy of combustion of alcohols data tell us?

    To succeed in this topic you need to:  • know the definition of standard enthalpy of combustion  • be able to write balanced equations for the combustion of  alcohols ...

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  •  Chemistry Factsheet: 138. Industrial Uses of Transition Elements and their Compounds

    Chemistry Factsheet: 138. Industrial Uses of Transition Elements and their Compounds

    You should be able to balance chemical equations, write chemical  formulas, understand oxidation states and the Stock and IUPAC  naming systems.  After working through this Factsheet...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 139. Ligand Exchange Reactions

    Chemistry Factsheet: 139. Ligand Exchange Reactions

    After working through this Factsheet you should understand the  various types of ligand exchange reactions and their associated  entropy effects as well as the terms connected with such re...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 140. Metal Extraction and Recycling

    Chemistry Factsheet: 140. Metal Extraction and Recycling

    After working through this Factsheet you should be able to understand:  • how sulphide ores are treated and understand the associated environmental problems and the link to the Contact Proc...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 141. Answering Exam Questions: Rates of Reaction

    Chemistry Factsheet: 141. Answering Exam Questions: Rates of Reaction

    Extract from Examiners' Report:  ‘Disappointing numbers of  candidates failed to rearrange the equation correctly to produce  k as the subject.'  ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 142. The Chemistry of the Ozone Layer

    Chemistry Factsheet: 142. The Chemistry of the Ozone Layer

    In order to succeed in this topic, you will need not only to understand  the chemistry, but also to be able to discuss the issues surrounding  the use of CFCs and the ozone layer in the up...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 143. Are Biofuels Carbon Neutral?

    Chemistry Factsheet: 143. Are Biofuels Carbon Neutral?

    To succeed in this topic you need to understand:  • why plants use carbon dioxide in photosynthesis  • why we need to find alternatives to fossil fuels  • what global ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 144. Catalytic Converters

    Chemistry Factsheet: 144. Catalytic Converters

    To succeed in this topic you need to understand:  • how catalysts increase the rates of chemical reactions  • the environmental impact of the pollutants formed in internal combus...

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