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1. Atomic structure and the periodic table Models of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopesThe periodic tableProperties of transition metals
2. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matterChemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallicbonding and structure and the properties of substancesStructure and bonding of carbonBulk and surface properties of matter & nanoparticles
3. Quantitative chemistry Chemical measurements, conservation of mass and chemical equationsAmount of substance & masses of pure substancesYield and atom economy of chemical reactionsConcentrations of solutions . Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases
4. Chemical changesReactivity of metalsReactions of acidsElectrolysisReactions at electrodes as half equations
5. Energy changesExothermic and endothermic reactionsChemical cells and fuel cells
6. The rate and extent of chemical changeRate of reactionReversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium
7. Organic chemistry Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstockReactions of alkenes and alcoholsSynthetic and naturally occurring polymers
8. Chemical analysis Purity, formulations and chromatographyIdentification of common gasesIdentification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic
9. Chemistry of the atmosphereThe composition and evolution of the Earth's atmosphereCarbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gasesCommon atmospheric pollutants and their sources
10. Using resourcesUsing the Earth's resources and obtaining potable waterLife cycle assessment and recyclingUsing materials efficientlyThe Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers
11. Key Ideas The complex and diverse phenomenaChemical reactionsPeriodic properties c