A Level Chemistry OCR A (H432)

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Module 2: Foundations in chemistry
2.1 Atoms and reactions
2.1.1/2.1.2 Atomic structure, compounds, formulae and equations
2.1.3/2.1.4/2.1.5 Amount of substance, acids and redox
2.2 Electrons, bonding and structure
2.2.1/2.2.2 Electron structure, and bonding and structure
Module 3: Periodic table and energy
3.1 The periodic table
3.1.2/3.1.3/3.1.4 Group 2, the halogens and qualitative analysis
3.2 Physical chemistry
3.2.1/3.2.2/3.2.3 Enthalpy changes, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium
Module 4: Core organic chemistry
4.1 Basic concepts and hydrocarbons
4.1.1/4.1.2 Basic concepts of organic chemistry and alkanes
4.2 Alcohols, haloalkanes and analysis
4.2.1/4.2.2 Alcohols and haloalkanes
4.2.3/4.2.4 Organic synthesis and analytical techniques
Naming and drawing organic molecules practice
Naming and drawing organic molecules practice
Module 5: Physical chemistry and transition elements
5.1 Rates, equilibrium and pH
5.1.1/5.1.2 How fast and how far?
5.1.3 Acids, bases and buffers
5.2 Energy
5.2.1/5.2.2/5.2.3 Enthalpy and entropy, redox and electrode potentials
5.3 Transition elements
5.3.1/5.3.2 Transition elements and qualitative analysis
Module 6: Organic chemistry and analysis
6.1 Aromatic compounds, carbonyls and acids
6.1.2/6.1.3 Carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids and esters
6.2/6.3 Nitrogen compounds, polymers, synthesis and analysis
6.2.1/6.2.2/6.2.3 Amines, amino acids, amides, chirality and polymers
6.2.4/6.2.5/6.3 Carbon–carbon bond formation, organic synthesis and analysis


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