This course is designed into simple and short lectures that anyone who seeks knowledge can understand the content.
If you are really keen to learn chemistry this course is for you. Whether you are a school student, college student or anyone who wants to learn chemistry here you go 🙂
It has been designed to allow learners to recognise that science is evidence based and understand the usefulness, and the limitations, of scientific method to develop skills that:
– are relevant to the study and practice of chemistry
–are useful in everyday life
–encourage a systematic approach to problem solving
–encourage efficient and safe practice
–encourage effective communication through the language of science
• to develop attitudes relevant to chemistry such as:
–concern for accuracy and precision
• to enable learners to appreciate that:
–science is subject to social, economic, technological, ethical and cultural influences and
–the applications of science may be both beneficial and detrimental to the individual, the
community and the environment.
This course is suitable to study for the following syllabus also:
IGCSE | GCSE| AQA| O Level Edexcel | Checkpoint| Other relevant syllabus
Candidates study the following topics:
1 – The particulate nature of matter
2 – Experimental techniques
3 – Atoms, elements and compounds
4 – Structure & bonding
5 – The Periodic table
6 – Electrolysis
7 – Extraction of metals
8 – Identification of ions
9 – Reversible reactions
10 – Redox reactions
these topics have been further divided into sub topics, discussed in details and with exam specifications as well.
Exam questions have also been attached for better understanding on the topic and to master the skill.
Examples with each topics are so helpful as it helps students better understand the concept, illustrations of bonding concepts in different chemical formula enhance the ability of the learner to understand better.
Practice worksheets have been attached for further understanding.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who seeks knowledge about the topic.
- School students
- College student
- University student