Year 11 IGCSE Chemistry

Resources from Longman Chemistry IGCSE Online

 

Topic Longman Chemistry for IGCSE (Jim Clark and Ray Oliver) Resources

Salt Making

Acids and alkalis, pH scale.

Formulae of common acids
92-103
Reactions of acids with metals 93-95
Reactions of acids with metal oxides, metal hydroxides and metal carbonates 95-103
Solubility Rules 104-106

Salt Preparation

  • Preparation of Group 1 and ammonium salts by titration
  • Preparation of soluble salts by adding excess insoluble solid to acid
  • Preparation of insoluble salts by preparation
106-114  
Titration Calculations 115-122  

Reactivity of metals

  • Electrochemical series
  • What is the electrochemical series?
  • How do you use it to predict reactions
  • What is oxidation and reduction?
How to write the ionic equations?
79- 91

Copper

Mercury Lead Tin Iron Zinc

Magnesium

Non solution competion reactions

Electrolysis

     

  • Other ways of extracting metals- electrolysis- melts
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  • Electrolysis of solutions
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  • Different extractions in solution using different electrodes
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  • Understanding the evidence for the existence of ions
  • Applications in industry- bleaches etc
156-171

Industrial extractions

  • Extraction of Copper
  • Iron
  • Aluminium
193

Calculations

  • Cost effectiveness of extractions and other applications in industry
  • Understanding the application of an equation
  • Understanding the application of an equation
  • Other mole calculations

 

   

Polymers

     

  • Applications of polymers
  • Everyday polymerisation usage

 

 

Alchohols, Carboxylic Acids and Esters

  • New organic group alcohol
  • Social issues dealing with alcohol
  • Understanding a breathalyser and making one
  • Processes involved in making alcohol and the industrial application of alcohols
  • Accuracy in understanding the practical processes
  • Manipulating a simple molecule into other

 
IGCSE Chemistry Specification
IGCSE Science Double Award Specification

Past Papers

From May 2005 to November 2010 Separate Science IGCSE students took the 2 hour Paper 2H and the 1 hour Paper 3/8. For Double Award, students took Paper 5H and Paper 3/8

Paper 2H (Separate Science Chemistry IGCSE)

Paper 5H (Double Award Science)

Paper 3/8 (Separate Science and Double Award)

  5H Specimen 3/8 Specimen
2H May 2005   3/8 May 2005
2H November 2005   3/8 November 2005
2H May 2006 5H May 2006 3/8 May 2006
2H November 2006 5H November 2006 3/8 November 2006
2H May 2007 5H June 2007 3/8 May 2007
2H November 2007 5H November 2007 3/8 November 2007
2H May 2008 5H May 2008 3/8 May 2008
2H November 2008 5H November 2008 3/8 November 2008
2H May 2009 5H May 2009 3/8 May 2009
2H November 2009 5H November 2009 3/8 November 2009
2H May 2010 5H May 2010 3/8 May 2010
2H November 2010 5H November 2010 3/8 November 2010
     

Since May 2011, Separate Science Chemistry IGCSE take Paper 1C and Paper 2C. Paper 1 is the only Chemistry taken paper for Double Award.

Paper 1 (Separate Science and Double Award)

Separate Science only

May 2011 Paper 1c May 2011 Paper 2c
November 2011 Paper 1c November 2011 Paper 2c

 

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