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|1. Atomic structure and the periodic table||Models of the atom, symbols, relative atomic mass, electronic charge and isotopes||The periodic table||Properties of transition metals|
|2. Bonding, structure, and the properties of matter||Chemical bonds, ionic, covalent and metallic||bonding and structure and the properties of substances||Structure and bonding of carbon||Bulk and surface properties of matter & nanoparticles|
|3. Quantitative chemistry||Chemical measurements, conservation of mass and chemical equations||Amount of substance & masses of pure substances||Yield and atom economy of chemical reactions||Concentrations of solutions . Use of amount of substance in relation to volumes of gases|
|4. Chemical changes||Reactivity of metals||Reactions of acids||Electrolysis||Reactions at electrodes as half equations|
|5. Energy changes||Exothermic and endothermic reactions||Chemical cells and fuel cells|
|6. The rate and extent of chemical change||Rate of reaction||Reversible reactions and dynamic equilibrium|
|7. Organic chemistry||Carbon compounds as fuels and feedstock||Reactions of alkenes and alcohols||Synthetic and naturally occurring polymers|
|8. Chemical analysis||Purity, formulations and chromatography||Identification of common gases||Identification of ions by chemical and spectroscopic|
|9. Chemistry of the atmosphere||The composition and evolution of the Earth's atmosphere||Carbon dioxide and methane as greenhouse gases||Common atmospheric pollutants and their sources|
|10. Using resources||Using the Earth's resources and obtaining potable water||Life cycle assessment and recycling||Using materials efficiently||The Haber process and the use of NPK fertilisers|
|11. Key Ideas||The complex and diverse phenomena||Chemical reactions||Periodic properties c|