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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 145. Degradable Polymers

    Chemistry Factsheet: 145. Degradable Polymers

    To succeed in this topic you need to understand:  • the formation and structure of addition and condensation  polymers  • the reasons why the use and disposal of polymers c...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 146. Fuel Cells

    Chemistry Factsheet: 146. Fuel Cells

    The fuel cell was originally conceived by a German scientist, Christian  Schoenbein, but Sir W. R. Grove developed the first working fuel cell  in about 1842. In his cell he reacted hydrog...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 147. C-13 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (nmr) Spectroscop

    Chemistry Factsheet: 147. C-13 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (nmr) Spectroscop

    C-13 nmr spectroscopy is used to detect and differentiate C atoms  in organic molecules by detecting C-13 isotopes....

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 148. Chiral Compounds as Medicines

    Chemistry Factsheet: 148. Chiral Compounds as Medicines

    In order to succeed in this topic you will need a very sound knowledge  of optical isomerism.  Remember optical isomers are non-super  imposable mirror images of each other;  the...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 149. Friedel Crafts Reactions

    Chemistry Factsheet: 149. Friedel Crafts Reactions

    To succeed in this topic you need to:-  • Remember the chemistry of halogenoalkanes and acyl chlorides  • Remember that electrophilic attack on arenes results in substitution&nbs...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 150. How to Answer AS Exam Questions On Bonding

    Chemistry Factsheet: 150. How to Answer AS Exam Questions On Bonding

    You need to know and understand all related ideas before you can gain maximum credit when answering exam questions on any particular  topic. To help you, the following provides a summary of the ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 151. How To Answer AS Exam Questions On Atomic Structure

    Chemistry Factsheet: 151. How To Answer AS Exam Questions On Atomic Structure

    You need to know and understand all related ideas before you can gain maximum credit when answering exam questions on any particular  topic. To help you, the following provides a summary of the ...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 152. How to Answer Questions on Halogens

    Chemistry Factsheet: 152. How to Answer Questions on Halogens

    This Factsheet gives guidance on answering questions on Group 7. The answers given are “best” answers but, in some cases, other  answers will gain equal / partial credit. Common mist...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 153. Amines

    Chemistry Factsheet: 153. Amines

    After working through this Factsheet you will:-  • Know about the characteristic structures and properties of amines  • Know about the characteristic reactions of amines  &...

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  • Chemistry Factsheet: 154. Chemistry of Phenols

    Chemistry Factsheet: 154. Chemistry of Phenols

    Phenol is not acidic enough to react with sodium carbonate or  sodium hydrogencarbonate, or one can also say that these bases  are not strong enough to take the hydrogen ion from the pheno...

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