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International GCSE Chemistry for Oxford International AQA Examinations: Online Textbook

The only textbook for Oxford AQA International GCSE Chemistry

Author and Series Editor Lawrie Ryan and Author Patrick Fullick

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

Price:  £24.50 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-841148-2
Publication date: 20/10/2016
Online: 240 pages

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The only textbook that fully supports the Oxford AQA International GCSE Chemistry specification (9202), for first teaching in September 2016. The engaging, international approach builds scientific skills and knowledge, preparing students for the Oxford AQA International GCSE Chemistry exam and supporting their progression to A Level study.


  • Ensure students fully understand the requirements of the Oxford AQA International GCSE Chemistry specification with learning objectives at the start of each chapter.
  • 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 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.
  • Multiplatform access, compatible with a wide range of devices.
  • Your online textbook first login will be sent to you in the mail on a printed access card.
  • The license is valid until 31st December 2026, for use by a single student or teacher.

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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