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StudyOn HSC Chemistry and Booklet

StudyOn HSC Chemistry and Booklet

Geoffrey Thickett

ISBN: 978-0-730-34074-4

Oct 2011, Jacaranda

328 pages

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Core 9.2 Production of materials.
1. Ethylene & addition polymers.
2. Condensation polymers & biomass.
3. Ethanol.
4. Oxidation & reduction.
5. Radioactive elements.

Core 9.3 The acidic environment.
1. Indicators.
2. Acid-base properties of oxides.
3. Acid oxides and pollution.
4. Acidity and pH.
5. Theory of acids.
6. Volumetric analysis.
7. Esterification.

Core 9.4 Chemical monitoring.
1. Industrial chemists.
2. The Haber process.
3. Testing for ions.
4. Atomic absorption spectroscopy.
5. Atmospheric chemistry.
6. Water quality & purification.

Option 9.5 Industrial chemistry.
1. Natural product replacement.
2. Equilibrium in industry.
3. The Contact process.
4. Sodium hydroxide.
5. Soaps & detergents.
6. The Solvay process.

Option 9.6 Shipwrecks, corrosion & conservation.
1. Electrolytes & electron transfer.
2. Alloys & corrosion.
3. Electrolytic cells.
4. Corrosion in marine environments.
5. Corrosion in wrecks.
6. Conservation & restoration.

Option 9.9 Forensic chemistry.
1. The forensic chemist.
2. Carbohydrates.
3. Proteins.
4. DNA.
5. Analytical techniques.
6. Atomic emission spectroscopy.