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Advanced Chemistry

For all mainstream AS and A Level specifications

Michael Clugston and Rosalind Flemming

Suitable for:  Students of A-level Chemistry

Price:  £50.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-839291-0
Publication date: 11/07/2013
Paperback: 616 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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Description

Written by experienced teachers who bring a refreshing approach to traditional A-Level material. Advanced Chemistry will inspire and support chemistry students. Questions give opportunities to practise recall and analytical skills, and 'Maths boxes' give mathematical support. Key terms are highlighted and there are full colour illustrations.


Features

  • provides comprehensive course coverage for all major AS and A Level specifications and the Cambridge Pre-U
  • offers a wide range of practice questions on each topic and at the end of each chapter to test understanding and reinforce knowledge
  • is an excellent resource for revision and exam preparation
  • draws from original research papers and topical issues in the media to inject fresh interest and relevance to traditional ideas
  • presents content in an accessible double-page-spread format so that you can see the scope of a topic at a glance
  • lists learning objectives so that you can understand what's expected of you in a particular topic
  • provides extra step-by-step help with mathematics where needed

This page was last updated on 23 February 2020 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • A broad and simple summary of the breadth of the subject covered in chemistry up to GCSE level reminds students of what they learned prior to starting their A-Level course. Progressing through the book each chapter starts from the basics to help build on a student's earlier learning. Calculations are illustrated with everyday examples and applications of this knowledge. Chapters finish with practical exam questions and diagrams of subject matter covered; the book explains the chemistry of an airbag in a car for example. Other examples of objects and everyday applications include the percentage of recycled steel used in the construction of the ArcelorMittal Orbit in Stratford next to the main Olympic stadium used for London 2012.The book finishes with a number of chapters on biochemistry with carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids included, making this a useful introductory textbook for students wanting to learn basic biochemistry. - The Biologist
  • ...provides a comprehensive coverage of all A Level syllabuses in one volume. - TES (Review of the 1st Edition)
  • Overall, I am very impressed with this book. It is clearly written and beautifully presented. - Irish Science Teacher's Association (Review of the 1st Edition)
  • I am very impressed with its overall presentation and it makes a very interesting subject a pleasure to study and learn - a wonderful book with good value for money. - Halton College (Review of the 1st Edition)
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