- Qualification:IB Diploma
- Author(s):Steve Owen, Chris Martin
- Available from: August 2015
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 Exam Preparation Guide (second edition) offers support for students as they prepare for their IB Diploma Chemistry exams.Chemistry for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide (second edition) is an up-to-date resource containing material that matches the 2016 IB diploma syllabus and is packed full of guidance specifically designed to help students apply their knowledge in exams such as Model Answers, Annotated Exemplar Answers, Worked Examples and Hints throughout to help students hone their revision and exam technique and avoid common mistakes.Written in an engaging and student friendly tone, Chemistry for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide (second edition) is perfect for international learners.
Worked Examples - show the step-by-step processes students should follow to answer different kinds of exam questions.
Annotated Exemplar Answers - give students examples of answers with extra comments from examiners about what went well and what could be improved. They help students to become familiar with the format of the exams and what examiners are looking for so they know what to expect and are more confident.
Model Answers - score full marks show students exactly what examiners want to see. These show students what examiners are looking for and what a perfect answer looks like.
Hints - throughout the book to advise students about revision and exam technique and to help students to avoid common mistakes. These help students to achieve their potential in their exams.
- 1. Stoichiometric relationships
- 2. Atomic structure
- 3. Periodicity
- 4. Chemical bonding and structure
- 5. Energetics
- 6. Chemical kinetics
- 7. Equilibrium
- 8. Acids and bases
- 9. Redox processes
- 10. Organic chemistry
- 11. Measurement, data processing and analysis
- Option A. Materials
- Option B. Biochemistry
- Option C. Energy
- Option D. Medicinal chemistry
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