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A-Level Chemistry Revision - Cheeky Revision Shortcuts - cover

A-Level Chemistry Revision - Cheeky Revision Shortcuts

Scool Revision

Publisher: S-cool Youth Marketing Ltd

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Summary

Turn your hard work into the top A-Level results with the Cheeky Shortcut Guide to the most common topics within the Chemistry A-Level subject. This workbook features key exam topics for Chemistry with precise and clear points to help you achieve top marks.
 

	This guide covers:
 

	Atomic Structure 

	Atoms, Molecules and Stoichiometry 

	States of Matter 

	Chemical Energetics 

	Reaction Kinetics 

	Chemical Equilibria 

	Ionic Equilibria 

	Electrochemistry 

	Group II and Group IV 

	Group VII 

	Transition Metals 

	Periodicity 

	General Principles 

	Aliphatic Compounds 

	Aromatic and Plastics

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