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Chemical Earth Study Notes

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Notes for every dot-point of the Preliminary Chemistry Year 11 syllabus for the Chemical Earth topic.

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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Chemical elements Periodic table Ions Chemical bond Ionic compound Chemical compound Molecule Covalent bond Ionic bonding
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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Chemical elements Periodic table Ions Chemical bond Ionic compound Chemical compound Molecule Covalent bond Ionic bonding
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Writing chemical equations 1. Reactants on the left, products on the right 2. Write word equation, then chemical formulas 3. Check for atom conservation and add coefficients a. Order: meals, non-metals, hydrogen, oxygen ii. Chemical reactions: b. Identify the difference between elements, compounds and mixtures in terms of particle theory i. Particle theory of matter: all matter is made of tiny particles that are continuously moving 1. Solids: definite shape, no flow, impossible to compress, strongly bonded, vibrate a little, vibrate faster when heated 2. Liquids: no definite shape, can flow, impossible to compress, weakly bonded, break bonds easily, vibrate/move more than solids, move faster when heated 3. Gasses: no fixed shape, spread/diffuse to completely fill container, easily compressed, no bonds between them, more energy th...
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