Doc Brown's Chemistry ADVANCED LEVEL CHEMISTRY REVISION

 

A Level Chemistry Revision-Study Notes

 

For Inorganic Chemistry

 

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ADVANCED INORGANIC  CHEMISTRY TOPICS

Revision study notes and for researching information

QUALITATIVE INORGANIC ANALYSIS

Qualitative Analysis Tests for inorganic gases, ions (cations and anions) etc. (use alphabetical index)

INORGANIC CHEMISTRY THEORY

Revision notes on Inorganic redox reactions - electronegativity, oxidation number analysis and constructing full redox equations from half-cell reactions etc. (sub-indexes of sections)

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Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksADVANCED LEVEL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY - THE PERIODIC TABLE and PERIODICITY

All the revision notes pages listed below have their sub-indexes for each section and an index linking all the advanced level inorganic chemistry together.

Part 1 Historical Introduction to the modern periodic table and the nuclear physics origin of elements

Part 2 Electronic Structure of atoms -  s p d f orbitals - electronic basis of periodic table

Electron configurations of elements (Z = 1 to 56), ions and the Periodic Table

Spectroscopy, hydrogen spectrum, evidence of quantum levels, ionisation energy patterns

Part 3 Survey of Period 1: hydrogen H to helium He (1 page only)

Part 4 Survey of Period 2: lithium Li to neon Ne (3 pages)

Period 2 trends & explanations of physical properties

Period 2 trends in bonding, structure, oxidation state, formulae and reactions

Part 5.1 Survey of Period 3: sodium Na to argon Ar (3 pages)

5.2 Period 3 trends & explanations of physical properties

5.3 Period 3 trends in bonding, structure, oxidation state, formulae and reactions

Periodicity graphs for elements Z = 1 to 20. Period 1 to start of Period 4

Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksPart 5 Survey of Period 4 elements

6.2 Period 4 trends in physical properties

6.3 Period 4 trends in bonding and formulae

6.4 Important trends down Groups

Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 38. Period 1 to start of Period 5

Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 96. Period 1 to start of Period 7

Part 7 s-block Group 1 Alkali Metals and Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals 7.1 Introduction

7.2 Group 1 Alkali Metals - data and graphs

7.3 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - data and graphs

7.4 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - General trends down the group and formulae

7.5 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Oxygen reaction & oxides

7.6 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Water reaction & hydroxides

7.7 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Acid reaction & salts

7.8 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Chlorine reaction - halides

7.9 Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals - Carbonates & hydrogen carbonates

7.10 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - Solubility trends of OH, NO3, SO4, CO3

7.11 Group 2 Alkaline Earth Metals - Thermal decomposition and stability of carbonates & nitrates

7.12 Uses of Group 1/2 Alkali/Alkaline Earth Metals and their compounds

Part 8 The p-block elements 

8.1 Group 3/13 Introduction : Boron : Aluminium

8.2 Group 4/14 Introduction : Carbon : Silicon : Semi-metals like Ge

8.3 Group 5/15 Introduction : Nitrogen : Phosphorus

8.4 Group 6/16 Introduction : Oxygen : Sulfur

8.5 Group 0/18 The Noble Gases

Advanced Chemistry Page Index and LinksPart 9 Group 7/17 The Halogens

9.1 Group 7 Halogens - Introduction, trends & Group 7/17 data

9.2 Group 7 Halogens - Halogen displacement reaction and reactivity trend

9.3 Group 7 Halogens - Reactions of halogens with other elements

9.4 Group 7 Halogens - Reaction between halide salts and conc. sulfuric acid

9.5 Group 7 Halogens - Tests for halogens and halide ions

9.6 Group 7 Halogens - Extraction of halogens from natural sources

9.7 Group 7 Halogens - Uses of halogens & compounds

9.8 Group 7 Halogens - Oxidation & Reduction - more on redox reactions of halogens & halide ions

9.9 Group 7 Halogens - Volumetric analysis - titrations of chloride ions/iodine with silver nitrate/sodium thiosulfate

9.10 Group 7 Halogens - Ozone, CFC's and halogen organic chemistry links

9.11 Group 7 Halogens - Chemical bonding in halogen compounds

9.12 Group 7 Halogens - Miscellaneous aspects of halogen chemistry

Part 10 3d block TRANSITION METALS:

10.1-10.2 Introduction 3d-block Transition Metals and Data

10.3 The Chemistry of 3d block Scandium metal

10.4 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Titanium

10.5 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Vanadium

10.6 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Chromium

10.7 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Manganese

10.8 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Iron

10.9 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Cobalt

10.10 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Nickel

10.11 Chemistry of 3d block transition metals - Copper

10.12 The Chemistry of 3d block  Zinc metal

10.13 Chemistry of other Transition Metals e.g. Ag and Pt

Appendix 1. 3d block Transition Metals - Hydrated salts, acidity of hexa-aqua ions

Appendix 2. 3d block Transition Metals - Complexes & ligands

Appendix 3. 3d block Transition Metals - Complexes and isomerism

Appendix 4. 3d block Transition Metals - Electron configuration & colour theory

Appendix 5. 3d block Transition Metals - Redox equations, feasibility, E

Appendix 6. 3d block Transition Metals - Catalysis

Appendix 7. 3d block Transition Metals - Redox equations

Appendix 8. 3d block Transition Metals - Stability Constants and entropy changes

Appendix 9. 3d block Transition Metals - Colorimetric analysis and complex ion formula

Appendix 10 3d block Transition Metals - Extended data table

Appendix 11 Some 3d-block transition metal complexes, oxidation states & electrode potentials

Appendix 12 3d block transition metals - Hydroxide complex precipitate 'pictures', formulae and equations

Part 11A: Data  tables on Groups 1-7,0, 3d-block-Transition Metals Series, (Groups 1-18) & Periods 2-4

with links to the periodicity graphs for Periods 1-4 and start of 5 listed below

11B(i) Periodicity graphs for elements Z = 1 to 20. Period 1 to start of Period 4

11B(ii) Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 38. Period 1 to start of Period 5

11B(iii) Periodicity graph for elements Z = 1 to 96. Period 1 to start of Period 7

11B(iv) DATA for the Periodicity plots

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NANOCHEMISTRY - nanoscience nanoparticles boron nitride, use of silver and titanium dioxide

SMART MATERIALS which obviously overlaps with nanomaterials

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