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Energy Syllabus Dot-Point Notes

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Notes for every dot-point in the Preliminary Chemistry year 11 syllabus for the 'Energy' topic

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Chemistry Chemical elements Industrial gases Gaseous signaling molecules Functional groups Reducing agents Alkane Chemical reaction Exothermic process Combustion Hydrocarbon Catalysis
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Chemistry Chemical elements Industrial gases Gaseous signaling molecules Functional groups Reducing agents Alkane Chemical reaction Exothermic process Combustion Hydrocarbon Catalysis
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photosynthesis in transforming light energy to chemical energy and recall the raw materials for this process o Raw materials: CO2 from the air, H2O from the soil o 6CO2 + 6H2O —> C6H12O6 + 6O2 o Plants use light energy from the sun to convert CO2 and H2O into carbohydrates • Glucose is a monomer o Endothermic • outline the role of the production of high energy carbohydrates from carbon dioxide as the important step in the stabilisation of the sun’s energy in a form that can be used by animals as well as plants o Oxygen released is used for cellular respiration in plants and animals o Glucose is the energy source for all plants and animals o Cellular respiration is the reverse of photosynthesis • Energy (ATP): used for metabolism (reproduction, growth, locomotion, excretion, replacing old cells) • identify the photosynthetic origins of the chemical energy in...
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