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Edexcel Advanced Subsidiary GCE in
Chemistry content from Units 1, 2
Edexcel, a Pearson company, is the UKs largest awarding body,
The Core Principles of Chemistry
Formulae, equations and amounts of substance
Application of ideas from this topic will be applied to all other
Students will be assessed on their ability to:
a. demonstrate an understanding of the terms
Structures of solids
Structures of simple solids
The majority of inorganic compounds exist as solids and are made up
of ordered arrays of atoms,ions or molecules. Some of the simplest are
metals- the structures can be describes in terms of regular, space
Cis or Trans.
Geometric - same carbon skeleton and double bond position, different order around the double
bond ( due to no free rotation around a d. bond)
Constitutional (2) - same carbon skeleton, different double bond position
Constitutional (1) - same
What are the 3 experimental gas laws?
What is Avogadros principle?
State the ideal gas equation?
What are the values for the standard ambient temperature and pressure?
What is Daltons Law and how can it be used to calculate the partial pressure of a gas
Fairly common 6 carbon molecule
that has an alpha and beta structure
Alpha glucose + Alpha glucose
Carbohydrates are a main
source of .
Any of the class of sugars that
cannot be hydrolyzed to give
a simpler sugar. (Monomer)