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- Qualification:IB Diploma
- Author(s):Steve Owen
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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 with Cambridge Elevate enhanced edition provides complete coverage of the syllabus, with links to Theory of Knowledge, International-mindedness and Nature of Science themes. This Cambridge Elevate enhanced edition of the coursebook delivers enriched digital learning through auto-marked formative assessment quizzes with tailored feedback, animated videos that help bring scientific concepts to life, exam-style questions and more.
Comprehensive print and digital coverage of the full syllabus with strong focus on practical skills and preparation.
Carefully selected animated videos help students understand challenging concepts by bringing content to life.
Auto-marked formative assessment quizzes with tailored feedback to incorrect answers highlight common misconceptions, ensuring continual learning opportunities for students.
Exam-style questions at the end of every chapter provide students with comprehensive practice for their examinations.
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- 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
- Option A. Materials
- Option B. Biochemistry
- Option C. Energy
- Option D. Medicinal chemistry
- Appendix: the periodic table
- Answers to test yourself questions
- 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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