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Chemistry 2 HSC Course eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)

Chemistry 2 HSC Course eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)

Geoffrey Thickett

ISBN: 978-0-730-33949-6

Jan 2011, Jacaranda

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Written by a highly experienced author, Chemistry 2: HSC Course eBookPLUS provides the most comprehensive coverage of the Chemistry HSC Course in New South Wales.

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Core Module 1: Production of materials
Chapter 1
Ethylene and addition polymers
1.1 Alkenes and ethylene
1.2 Addition polymerization

Chapter 2 Condensation polymers and biomass
2.1 Condensation polymers
2.2 Biomass

Chapter 3 Ethanol and biofuels
3.1 Ethanol
3.2 Biofuels

Chapter 4 Electrochemistry and batteries
4.1 Oxidation and reduction
4.2 Galvanic cells and batteries

Chapter 5 Nuclear chemistry and radioisotopes
5.1 Nuclear chemistry
5.2 Making and using radioisotopes

Core Module 2: The acidic environment
Chapter 6
6.1 Using indicators to classify substances

Chapter 7 Acidity and environmental pollution
7.1 Oxides and acid rain
7.2 Acids and equilibria

Chapter 8 Acids and pH
8.1 Strong and weak acids
8.2 The pH scales

Chapter 9 Theories of acids and volumetric analysis
9.1 Theories of acids
9.2 Volumetric analysis

Chapter 10 Esterification
10.1 Organic acids and esterification
Core Module 3: Chemical monitoring and management

Chapter 11 The industrial chemist
11.1 The work of an industrial chemist
11.2 The Haber process

Chapter 12 The analytical chemist
12.1 Identification of ions
12.2 Instrumental analysis

Chapter 13 Atmospheric chemistry
13.1 Chemistry of atmospheric pollution and ozone depletion

Chapter 14 Monitoring and managing water quality
14.1 Testing for water quality
14.2 Water purification

Option Module 1: Industrial Chemistry
Chapter 15
The chemical industry
15.1 Replacements for natural products
15.2 Equilibrium principles in industry
15.3 Production of sulfuric acid

Chapter 16 Industrial bases and surfactants
16.1 Production of sodium hydroxide
16.2 Saponification and the production of detergents
16.3 The Solvay Process

Option Module 2: Shipwrecks, corrosion and conservation
Chapter 17
Electron transfer and corrosion
17.1 Electrolytes and electron transfer reactions
17.2 Metals, alloys and corrosion
17.3 Electrolytic cells
17.4 Corrosion in the marine environment

Chapter 18 Conservation and restoration
18.1 The concentration of solutes in the ocean
18.2 Corrosion in the ocean depths
18.3 Salvage, conservation and restoration

Option Module 3: Forensic chemistry
Chapter 19
The identification of inorganic and organic substances
19.1 The forensic chemist
19.2 Analysis of carbohydrates
19.3 Analysis of proteins

Chapter 20 Instrumental methods in forensic chemistry
20.1 DNA and forensic chemistry
20.2 Sensitive analytical techniques
20.3 Emission spectra and forensic chemistry