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Acid-Base equilibria and titration
Alkane Chains and Combustion
Alkanes and hydrocarbons
Alkenes - Nomenclature and Reactions
Atoms -Structure of an atom, ionisation energies and orbitals
Chem Mystery virtual text book
Chemical equilibrium constant
Chemical equilibrium introduction
Chemscape Chime organic chemistry software
Complex ions - Infoplease
Cosmo Player molecules software
Drawings of alkanes
Energetics- Hess's Law
Equilibrium - Le Chatelier's Principle
Equilibrium constants Ka, Kb, Kc
Example questions - Equilibrium problems involving strong acids
Fractional distillation of crude oil explained
Mass spectrometry introduction
Material safety sheets - Oxford University UK
Manufacture of ammonia - Data on Haber process, bonding in NH3
Names and definitions for organic and inorganic chemistry.
NEAB CH03 Kinetics
pH, pOH and Ka Acid-Base reactions and acid dissociation constant
Practice balancing chemical equations
Redox reactions - New Zealand
Standard enthalpy of formation
Structure, bonding and oxidation states
Structure and bonding, inter- and intra- molecular forces and VSEPR theory
Transition elements - Infoplease
Van der Waals - Science Net
VSEPR and molecular modelling