Study kit (Chemistry S2)

Chemistry Secondary Form 2

Authors
Joan Kimaru, George Ngaruiya, Paul Mburu
Exercises kit’s authors
Joan Kimaru, George Ngaruiya, Paul Mburu
Publisher
Longhorn Publishers
Included in packages
  • The study kit contains 56 chapters and teacher’s exercises kit contains 60 exercises.
  • Authors
    Joan Kimaru, George Ngaruiya, Paul Mburu
  • Exercises kit’s authors
    Joan Kimaru, George Ngaruiya, Paul Mburu
  • Subject
    Chemistry
  • Grade
    High school
  • Publisher
    Longhorn Publishers
  • Included in packages

1. Structure of the atom and the Periodic Table

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Chapter
1.1. The structure of the atom
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1.2. Atomic characteristics
1.3. Relative Atomic Mass
1.4. The Periodic Table
1.5. Ion formation
1.6. Writing chemical formulae
1.7. Chemical equations
1.8. Revision Exercises 1

2. Chemical families; patterns and properties

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Chapter
2.1. Group I elements - Alkali metals
2.2. Atomic and ionic radius
2.3. Trends in chemical properties of alkali metals
2.4. Similarities of ions and formulae of compounds formed by alkali metals
2.5. Group II – Alkaline-earth metals
2.6. Trends in chemical properties of alkaline-earth metals
2.7. Similarities of ions and formulae of compounds formed by alkaline-earth metals
2.8. Group VII - Halogens
2.9. Trends in chemical properties of halogens
2.10. Similarities of ions and formulae of compounds of halogens
2.11. Group VII elements - Noble gases
2.12. Properties and trends across the period three
2.13. Trends in chemical properties of elements across the period three
2.14. Revision Exercises 2

3. Structure and bonding

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Chapter
3.1. Ionic chemical bonding
3.2. Covalent bonding
3.3. Structure of covalent compounds
3.4. Metallic bonding
3.5. Hydrogen bonding
3.6. Types of bonds across period 3
3.7. Revision Exercises 3

4. Salts

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Chapter
4.1. Methods of preparing salts
4.2. Reaction of a dilute acid with a metal
4.3. Reaction of a dilute acid with an insoluble metal oxide or hydroxide
4.4. Reaction of a dilute acid with metal carbonate or metal hydrogen­carbonate
4.5. Reaction of a dilute acid with an alkali
4.6. Preparation of insoluble salts by precipitation
4.7. Writing ionic equation
4.8. Preparation of salts by direct combination of elements
4.9. Types of salts
4.10. Solubility of salts
4.11. Action of heat on salts
4.12. Revision Exercises 4

5. Effects of electric current on substances

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Chapter
5.1. Conduction of electricity
5.2. Electrolysis
5.3. Electrolysis of molten compounds
5.4. Revision Exercises 5

6. Carbon and its compounds

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Chapter
6.1. Forms of carbon
6.2. Chemical properties of carbon
6.3. Carbon (IV) oxide
6.4. Carbon (II) oxide
6.5. Carbonates and hydrogen­carbonates
6.6. Production and manufacture of sodium carbonate
6.7. Importance of carbon and its oxides
6.8. Revision Excercise 6

7. Extras

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Chapter
7.1. Definitions
7.2. Glossary
7.3. Appendix
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