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  1. Option G - Further Organic Chemistry notes SL&HL

    OPTION G SL&HL 2009+


  2. Reduction-Oxidation Notes HL

    NOTES: Oxidation & Reduction HL 2009+
    Deducing Oxidation number, Naming with Oxidation numbers, Deducing Redox (reduction/oxidation) half-equations, Deduce a reactivity series based on chemical behaviour of OX and RED agents, How does a redox reaction produce electricity in a VOLTAIC cell?!, SHE--What it is, EMF, Electrolysis
  3. Topic 6 - Kinetics

    Notes from Kinetics Topic 6 in IB Chemistry.
  4. Chapter 4 Bonding review

    A review of chapter 4, Bonding
  5. Super Chemistry Review Notes

    A Revision package(Bullet pointed) created for IB1 end of year exams.
    Review of (in order)
    Topic 1: Stoichiometry
    Topic 11: Measurement and data processing
    Topic 2: Atomic theory
    Topic 12: Atomic structure
    Topic 4: Bonding
    Topic 14: Bonding
    Topic 3: Periodicity
    Topic 13: Periodicity
    Topic 5: Energetics
    Topic 15: Energetics
    Topic 6: Kinetics
    Topic 16: Kinetics
    Topic 8: Acids and Bases
    Topic 7: Equilibrium

  6. Notes for all SL and HL Chemistry Objectives

    Objective structured notes for SL topics 1-10 and HL topics 12-20
    Note that these were created for 2011 exams and does not precisely cover everything from 2016 exams and beyond.
  7. Periodic Properties of the Elements

    Effective Nuclear Charge, Sizes of Atoms and Ions, Ionization Energy, Electron Affinities, Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids, Group Trends for the Active Metals, and Group Trends for Selected Nonmetals
  8. Organic chemistry

    General Characteristics of Organic Molecules, Intro to Hydrocarbons, Alkanes, Functional Groups, Chirality, Proteins, Carbohydrates, Cellulose, and Nucleic Acids
  9. Acids and Bases - SL and HL Notes

    This is a powerpoint covering SL and HL Acids and Bases with annotated problems and solutions.
  10. Chemistry Mole concept practice questions

    these are some of the practice questions in mole concept that you guys can practice..bye
  11. Practice Questions on entropy and free energy

    these are some questions which you all can practice...
  12. Chemistry Cram Packet

    This is actually a cram packet for AP, but it is equally helpful for IB
  13. Notes on all Chemistry topics [SL&HL]

    Stoichiometry, Atomic Theory, Periodicity, Bonding, States of Matter, Energetics, Kinetics, Equilibrium, Acids and Bases, Redox, Organic, Option E--CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES
  14. Alltropes Table

    Allotropes of Carbon [graphite, diamond, and the bucky ball]
  15. Stoichometry

    Quantitative Chemistry, Gases, and Solutions
  16. Chem SLHL Definitions

    General and specialized terms, plus terms from Options B and F
  17. Electronic Structure of Atoms

    The Wave Nature of Light, Quantized Energy and Photons, Bohr’s Model of the Hydrogen Atom, The Wave Behavior of Matter, Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Orbitals
  18. Chemical Thermodynamics

    Spontaneous Processes, Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics, Gibbs Free Energy
  19. Properties of solutions

    Includes solubility, ways of expressing concentration, colligative properties, and a bit on colloids.
  20. Basic Nomenclature Rules

    For Ionic and Covalent Molecules and Acids
  21. Acid Base Equilibria

    Includes Bronsted-Lowery Acids and Bases, Autoionization of Water, Strong Acids and Bases, Weak Acids and Bases, Relationship Between Ka and Kb, Acid-Base Properties of Salt Solutions, Acid-Base Behavior and Chemical Structure, and Lewis Acids and Bases
  22. Additional aspects of equilibria

    Includes common ion effect, acid-base titrations, solubility equilibria, factors that affect solubility, Precipitation and Separation of Ions, and Qualitative Analysis for Metallic Elements
  23. Electrochemistry

    Includes Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, Voltaic Cells, Cell EMF, Spontaneity of Redox, Batteries, Corrosion, and Electrolysis
  24. Basics and Stoichiometry

    Significant digits/figures, classification and properties of matter, nomenclature, predicting reaction products, empirical and molecular formulas
  25. Nuclear chemistry

    Includes Radioactivity, Patterns of Nuclear Stability, Nuclear Transmutations, Rates of Radioactive Decay, Detection of Radioactivity, Energy Changes in Nuclear Reactions, Nuclear Fission, Nuclear Fusion, and Biological Effects of Radiation.
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