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Chemistry Concise Shipwrecks Notes

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Shipwreck and corrosion notes that covers the BOS syllabus. Band six notes that are well written and simple to understand

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Chemistry Electromagnetism Electrochemistry Nature Corrosion Physical chemistry Hydrogen production Industrial gases Electrolysis Electrolytic cell Anode Redox
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Chemistry Electromagnetism Electrochemistry Nature Corrosion Physical chemistry Hydrogen production Industrial gases Electrolysis Electrolytic cell Anode Redox
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• Identify the origins of the minerals in oceans as: - Leaching by rainwater from terrestrial environments: Rainwater leaches minerals/ions from the soil and rocks that it flows over or seeps through. This water will eventually flow into the ocean via springs and rivers. - Hydrothermal vents in mid-ocean ridges: Mid-ocean ridges occur where two of the tectonic plates of the Earth‟s crust slowly move apart releasing hot magma located below the water‟s surface. Liquid magma is released and where it meets seawater, the water becomes super-heated and results in the formation of hydrothermal vents. • Outline the role of electron transfer in oxidation-reduction reactions. - REDOX reactions involve the transfer of electrons. - Loss of Electrons = Oxidation - Gain of Electrons= Reduction • Identify that oxidation-reductio...
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