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Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE ® Revision Guide

Comprehensive revision for Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry

Author RoseMarie Gallagher and Author Paul Ingram

Suitable for:  Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (0620) students aged 14-16

Price:  £17.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-830873-7
Publication date: 07/05/2015
Paperback: 224 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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Written by an experienced teacher, this concise and trusted revision guide has now been updated. It includes everything students of all abilities need to build their exam confidence. Dedicated vocabulary exercises are included to support EAL students.


  • Fully comprehensive - matched to the latest Cambridge syllabus
  • Support assessment confidence with plenty of exam-style practice questions
  • Cement understanding - key ideas are summarised clearly and concisely, with diagrams, tables and illustrations to simplify concepts
  • Check your students' progress throughout the course with regular practice questions
  • Make Chemistry relevant - practical experiments and examples relate science to everyday life
  • Student Book, Teacher Resource Kit and Oxford Kerboodle Online Practice and Assessment also available

This page was last updated on 17 November 2019 at 04:30 GMT


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Table of Contents

About this book
1: Substances are made of particles
2: Experimental techniques
3: Atomic structure and the Periodic Table
4: Bonding and structure
5: Ratios and amounts in reactions
6: The mole
7: Electricity and chemical change
8: Energy changes in reactions
9: Rates of reaction
10: Reversible reactions and equilibrium
11: Redox reactions

12: Acids and bases
13: Preparing salts
14: Identifying ions and gases in the lab
15: The Periodic Table
16: Metals
17: Water and air
18: Some non-metal elements and compounds
19: Organic compounds and fuels
20: Families of organic compounds
21: Synthetic polymers
22: Natural polymers
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