Study kit (Chemistry Sec 3)

Chemistry Secondary Form 3

Authors
George Ngaruiya, Joan Kimaru, Paul Mburu
Exercises kit’s authors
George Ngaruiya, Joan Kimaru, Paul Mburu
Publisher
Longhorn Publishers
  • The study kit contains 57 chapters and teacher’s exercises kit contains 203 exercises.
  • Authors
    George Ngaruiya, Joan Kimaru, Paul Mburu
  • Exercises kit’s authors
    George Ngaruiya, Joan Kimaru, Paul Mburu
  • Subject
    Chemistry
  • Grade
    Form 3
  • Kit's language
    English
  • Publisher
    Longhorn Publishers
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1. Gas laws

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Chapter
1.1. Gas Laws
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1.2. Boyle’s law
1.3. Charles’ law
1.4. Combined Gas Law (The general gas equation)
1.5. Graham’s law of diffusion
1.6. Summary and Revision Exercises 1

2. The mole: Formulae and chemical equations

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Chapter
2.1. The Mole: Formulae and chemical equations
2.2. The mole as a unit of measurement
2.3. Molar mass
2.4. Conversions in mole
2.5. Determination of formulae of compounds
2.6. Concentration of solutions
2.7. Ionic equations
2.8. Titration
2.9. Molar gas volume
2.10. Summary and Revision Exercises 2

3. Organic chemistry 1

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Chapter
3.1. What is organic Chemistry?
3.2. Alkanes
3.3. Preparation and properties of methane and ethane
3.4. Uses of alkanes
3.5. Alkenes
3.6. Sources and properties of alkenes
3.7. Alkynes
3.8. Properties and uses of alkynes
3.9. Summary and Revision Exercises 3

4. Nitrogen and its compounds

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Chapter
4.1. Laboratory isolation of nitrogen from the air
4.2. Industrial isolation of nitrogen from the air
4.3. Properties of nitrogen
4.4. Oxides of nitrogen
4.5. Nitrogen(II) oxide, NO
4.6. Nitrogen(IV) oxide, NO₂
4.7. Ammonia, NH₃
4.8. Aqueous ammonia, NH₄OH
4.9. Nitrogen-containing fertilisers
4.10. Nitric(V) acid, HNO₃
4.11. Nitrates
4.12. Summary and Revision Exercises 4

5. Sulphur and its compounds

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Chapter
5.1. Occurrence and extraction of sulphur
5.2. Allotropes of sulphur
5.3. Sulphur(IV) oxide, SO₂
5.4. Sulphur(VI) oxide, SO₃
5.5. Manufacture of sulphuric(VI) acid by the Contact process
5.6. Properties of sulphuric(VI) acid, H₂SO₄
5.7. Hydrogen sulphide, H₂S
5.8. Pollution of the environment by compounds of sulphur
5.9. Summary and Revision Exercises 5

6. Chlorine and its compounds

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Chapter
6.1. Chlorine and its compounds
6.2. Properties of chlorine
6.3. Hydrogen chloride, HCl
6.4. Pollution of the environment by chlorine and its compounds
6.5. Summary and Revision Exercises 6

7. Extras

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Chapter
7.1. Glossary
7.2. Test paper I
7.3. Test paper II
7.4. Appendix I
7.5. Appendix II
7.6. Appendix III
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