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Essential Chemistry for Cambridge Lower Secondary Stage 9 Workbook

Help all students succeed with clear explanations

Mike Wooster, Lawrie Ryan, and Roger Norris

Suitable for:  Cambridge Lower Secondary learners, aged 11-13

Price:  £6.50

ISBN: 978-1408520741
Publication date: 25/05/2013
Spiralbound paperback: 32 pages
Dimensions: 265x195mm

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Description

Fully matched to the Cambridge Lower Secondary syllabus and written by an experienced author team, this engaging Workbook provides essential practice opportunities for Stage 9, and a seamless link to Cambridge IGCSE, maximising learners' potential.


Features

  • Reinforce all Cambridge Lower Secondary learning objectives with exercises devised to support the curriculum framework and linked to the Student Book
  • Engage all learners with clear diagrams, graphs and tables
  • Track progress and offer personalized support with space for students' responses and 'Teacher feedback'

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The periodic table and preparing salts
1: The periodic table
2: Electron arrangement in atoms
3: Can I see the trend?
4: Trends and patterns in Group 1
5: Trendy period
6: Recognize the element
7: Preparing salts (1)
8: Preparing salts (2)
9: Word equations for making salts
Chapter 2: Reactivity and rates of reaction
1: Reactions with water and air
2: Competition for oxygen

3: The reactivity series and displacement
4: Surface area and reaction rates
5: Concentrations of solutions
6: Temperature and reaction rates
7: Do catalysts lose mass?
8: You have to be fair
Chapter 3: Chemicals and energy
1: Exothermic or endothermic
2: The heat change in a chemical reaction
3: The fire triangle
4: Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers
5: Chemicals and energy words
6: Photosynthesis and respiration