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Water Syllabus Dot-Point Notes

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Notes on every dot-point in the Preliminary Chemistry year 11 syllabus for the topic of 'Water'

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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Physical chemistry Inorganic solvents Solutions Chemical polarity Properties of water Intermolecular force Chemical bond Hydrogen bond Solvent
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Chemistry Nature Chemical bonding Physical chemistry Inorganic solvents Solutions Chemical polarity Properties of water Intermolecular force Chemical bond Hydrogen bond Solvent
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t, and solution o Solute: the component of the solution in smaller proportion o Solvent: the greater proportion o Solution: the whole mix, the result of the solute dissolves into the solvent • Identify the importance of water as a solvent o Solvent for ionic compounds, some low-molecular-weight, covalent molecular compounds • Compare the state, percentage and distribution of water in the biosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere Sphere of the Earth Classification according to physical state % of sphere that is water hydrosphere solid: polar ice, glaciers liquid: oceans, inland seas, lakes, rivers, billabongs 95–99 biosphere liquid: cell protoplasm, extracellular water, transport systems 60–95 ________________ gas: water vapour in intercellular and some organ spaces lithosphere solid: frozen soil, hydrated minerals liquid: aquifers, groundwater, ...
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