Quantitative chemistry

Quantitative chemistry

A teaching resource provided by Polarity 24.

Resource Description

A GCSE Chemistry revision resource on Quantitative chemistry (moles) which contains questions on the new AQA Quantitative chemistry chapter (Separate Science). The editable resource includes revision on one of every type of calculation they have to know to prepare for the new GCSE 2018 exams. The resource includes 16 sections (3 pages) of calculations on determining relative formula mass, moles, reacting masses, limiting reactants, percentage yield, atom economy, concentration, titrations and volume of gases. The resource contains answers for every question. Takes about 2 hours for the students to complete.

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Quantitative chemistry revision GCSE.pub
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Quantitative chemistry revision.pdf
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A Science teacher of more than ten years experience, teaching all three sciences at GCSE and Chemistry at A-Level.

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