- Qualification:IB Diploma
- Author(s):Steve Owen, Peter Hoeben, Mark Headlee
- Available from: March 2014
Chemistry for the IB Diploma, Second edition, covers in full the requirements of the IB syllabus for Chemistry for first examination in 2016.
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Chemistry for the IB Diploma (second edition) is fully updated for the IB Chemistry syllabus for first examination in 2016, comprehensively covering all requirements. Get the best coverage of the syllabus with clear assessment statements and links to Theory of Knowledge, International-mindedness and Nature of Science themes.Exam preparation is supported with plenty of sample exam questions, online test questions and exam tips. Chapters covering the Options and Nature of Science, assessment guidance and answers to questions are included in the additional online material available with the book.
Full coverage of syllabus, following syllabus structure.
Clear demarcation of Standard Level and Higher Level material.
Learning objectives emphasise the key content in each section.
Worked examples to illustrate how to tackle complex problems.
Links to Theory of Knowledge, International-Mindedness and Nature of Science themes.
Additional online material, including Options chapters, practice questions and assessment guidance.
New digital versions of our textbooks are coming in 2015 and will offer an enriched learning experience through material such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quiz, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents.
- Free resources
- 1. Stoichiometric relationships
- 2. Atomic structure
- 3. The Periodic Table
- 4. Chemical bonding and structure
- 5. Energetics/thermochemistry
- 6. Chemical kinetics
- 7. Equilibrium
- 8. Acids and bases
- 9. Redox processes
- 10. Organic chemistry
- 11. Measurement and data processing
- Appendix: the periodic table
- Answers to test yourself questions
- Option A. Materials
- Option B. Biochemistry
- Option C. Energy
- Option D. Medicinal chemistry
- Self-test questions
- Assessment guidance
- Model exam papers and mark schemes
- Nature of Science
- Answers to exam-style questions
- Answers to Options questions.
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