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A series of free IGCSE Chemistry Lessons (Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry).

The nature of matter The states of matter
Separating and purifying substances
Atoms and molecules
The structure of the atom
Electron arrangements in atoms
Elements and compounds The Periodic Table
Trends in groups
Trends across a period
Chemical bonding in elements and compounds
Chemical formulae of elements and compounds
Metals, alloys and crystals
Chemical reactions Chemical reactions and equations
Equations for chemical reactions
Types of chemical reaction
Redox reactions
Electrode reactions
Acids, bases and salts What is an acid?
Acid and alkali solutions
Metal oxides and non-metal oxides
Acid reactions in everyday life
Alkalis and bases
Characteristic reactions of acids
Acids and alkalis in chemical analysis
Preparing soluble salts
Preparing insoluble salts
Strong and weak acids and alkalis
Quantitative chemistry Chemical analysis and formulae
The mole and chemical formulae
The mole and chemical equations
Calculations involving gases
Moles and solution chemistry
How far? How fast? Energy changes in chemical reactions
Rates of reaction
Photochemical reactions
Reversible reactions and chemical equilibria
Patterns and properties of metals The alkali metals
The transition elements
The reactivity of metals
Electrical cells and energy
Industrial inorganic chemistry The extraction of metals by carbon reduction
The extraction of metals by electrolysis
Ammonia and fertilisers
Sulfur and sulfuric acid
The chlor–alkali industry
The economics of the chemical industry
Organic chemistry The unique properties of carbon
Hydrocarbon structure and isomerism
Chemical reactions of the alkanes
Chemical reactions of the alkenes
The reactions of ethanol
Organic acids and esters
Petrochemicals and polymers Petroleum
Alternative fuels and energy sources
Addition polymerisation
Condensation polymerisation
Chemical analysis and investigation Inorganic analysis
Organic analysis
Experimental design and investigation
Practical examinations

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