Doc Brown's Chemistry - OCR GCSE 21st Century Science A GCSE CHEMISTRY Revision Notes

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PLEASE NOTE NEW revision summaries for the NEW OCR 21st Century Science B GCSE Chemistry B and NEW OCR GCSE 21st Century Combined Science B Chemistry courses: Revision for Chapters 1-3 and  Chapters 4-6 STARTING with Y10 in Sept. 2016 onwards, first exams in 2018

ALL OCR 21st Century Science Courses

 

Summary of Chemistry Modules C1, C2 and C3 STUDY NOTES

Summary of syllabus-specification statements expressed as learning objectives for exam revision

GCSE Science GCSE CHEMISTRY Unit Modules

Module C1 Air quality

C1.1 Which chemicals make up air, and which ones are pollutants? How do I make sense of data about air pollution?

C1.2 What chemical reactions produce air pollutants? What happens to these pollutants in the atmosphere?

C1.3 What choices can we make personally, locally, nationally or globally to improve air quality?

All of Module C1 Air quality

Module C2 Material choices

C2.1 How do we measure the properties of materials and why are the results useful?

C2.2 Why is crude oil important as a source of new materials such as plastics and fibres?

C2.3 Why does it help to know about the molecular structure of materials such as plastics and fibres?

C2.4 What is nanotechnology and why is it important?

All of Module C2 Material choices

Module C3 Chemicals in our lives risks and benefits

C3.1 What were the origins of minerals in Britain that contribute to our economic wealth?

C3.2 Where does salt come from and why is it so important?

C3.3 Why do we need chemicals such as alkalis and chlorine and how do we make them?

C3.4 What can we do to make our use of chemicals safe and sustainable?

All of Module C3 Chemicals in our lives risks and benefits

See also

Summary notes links for the Module B1, C1 and P1 combined B1C1P1 science paper

Summary notes links for the Module B2, C2 and P2 combined B2C2P2 science paper

Summary notes links for the Module B3, C3 and P3 combined B3C3P3 science paper


OCR GCSE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY SCIENCE A SUITE - REVISION NOTES GUIDE SUMMARY: What do you need to know for the examinations? and what do you need to able to do in the exams? for your OCR GCSE 21st Century Science A CHEMISTRY. Sorry, but I don't have the time to answer questions, but if you see any apparent errors or wish to comment, please email me. I'm producing revision lists of what you need to know & be able to do in the written exam papers eg a 30-60 minute read for each module-unit-topic based on the official examination board syllabus-specification & help links to notes & quizzes. All my notes, learning objectives, comments etc. are based on the official OCR 21st Century Science A CHEMISTRY Key Stage 4 KS4 specification-syllabus. (updated Mar 3rd 2013)


PLEASE NOTE My NEW GCSE (9-1) CHEMISTRY REVISION SUMMARIES for Y10 2016-2017 onwards

AQA GCSE Chemistry 8462  1st Paper (Topics 1-5, Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry 1 Topics 8-12)

AQA GCSE Chemistry 8462 2nd Paper (Topics 6-10, Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry 2 Topics 13-17)

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Chemistry 1st Paper  (Topics 1-5 & Combined Science Chemistry 1 Topics 1-4)

Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Chemistry 2nd Paper (Topics 1, 6-9 & Combined Science Chemistry 2 Topics 1, 6-8)

OCR (9-1) Gateway Science GCSE Chemistry A 1st Paper (Topics C1-3 & Combined Science A chemistry 1 Topics C1-3)

OCR (9-1) Gateway Science GCSE Chemistry A 2nd Paper (Topics C4-6 & Combined Science A chemistry 1 Topics C4-6)

OCR (9-1) 21st Century Science GCSE Chemistry B Chapters C1-3 (Chapters C1-3, GCSE Combined Science B chemistry)

OCR (9-1) 21st Century Science GCSE Chemistry B Chapters C4-6 (Chapters C4-6, GCSE Combined Science B chemistry)


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