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Oxford International AQA Examinations: International GCSE Chemistry

The only textbook for OxfordAQA International GCSE Chemistry

Author and Series Editor Lawrie Ryan and Author Patrick Fullick

Suitable for:  OxfordAQA International GCSE Chemistry (9202) students & teachers

Price:  £26.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-837589-0
Publication date: 14/07/2016
Paperback: 240 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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The only textbook that fully supports the OxfordAQA International GCSE Chemistry specification (9202), for first teaching in September 2016. The enquiry-based, international approach builds scientific skills and knowledge preparing students for exam success and the progression to university study.


  • Ensure students fully understand the requirements of the OxfordAQA International GCSE Chemistry specification with learning objectives at the start of each chapter.
  • Thoroughly prepare students for assessment with exam-style and summary questions that test students' knowledge and understanding.
  • Build students experimental and investigative skills with full coverage of the 5 required practicals.
  • Expand students' knowledge and give context to their learning with Did you know? facts integrated throughout.
  • Support those students who don't speak English as a first language with clear language, an extensive glossary and highlighted key terms.
  • Make learning enjoyable and engaging with a full colour design that includes over 250 images and diagrams.

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Table of Contents

Practical skills
1: Atomic structure
2: Structure and bonding
3: The periodic table
4: Metals
5: Electrolysis
6: Chemical analysis
7: Acids, bases, and salts
8: Quantitative chemistry

9: Rates of reaction
10: Extent of reaction
11: Energy changes in chemical reactions
12: Carbon compounds as fuels
13: Other products from crude oil
14: Alcohols, carboxylic acids, and esters
Experimental data handling
Exam questions and answers