Chemistry-O Levels IGCSE and GCSE

O Level Chemistry provides a foundational understanding of chemical principles, covering topics like atomic structure, bonding, reactions, and stoichiometry. The course emphasizes practical laboratory skills and scientific inquiry. Assessment includes written exams and practical evaluations. It prepares students for advanced studies in chemistry and related fields.

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Created by Dr. Soban Ahmad Last updated Thu, 23-May-2024 English
What will i learn?
  • The course would help students to develop an understanding of scientific and problem solving skills . This course gives u the opportunity to experience chemistry within the context of ur general education Regular practice of past papers will make students well aware of the type of questions asked in exam so helpfull to make their grades Ur knowledge about fundaments in chemistry will b secured and will help u not in A levels further but forever in future

Curriculum for this course
15 Topics
Sulphur and carbonates
1 Sub Topics
  • Chemistry of sulphur
Organic chemistry includes hydrocarbons, alcohols and carboxylic acids
2 Sub Topics
  • chemistry of hydrocarbons
  • Alcohols, carboxylic acids
The particulate nature of matter
1 Sub Topics
  • states of matter
Air and Water
2 Sub Topics
  • Nitrogen and fertilizers
  • Carbondioxide and methane
Chemistry of metals and reactivity series
3 Sub Topics
  • properties of metals
  • extraction of metals and its uses
  • Reactivity series
Chemistry of acid ,bases and salts
2 Sub Topics
  • Chracteristic properties of acids and bases
  • Nature of oxides and salts preparation
Chemical reactions involving rate of reaction and redox chemistry
3 Sub Topics
  • Physical and chemical changes and reversible reactions
  • Speed of reaction
  • Speed of reaction
Chemical energetics
2 Sub Topics
  • Energetics of a reaction
  • Energy transfer
Electricity and chemistry
1 Sub Topics
  • Electrochemistry
Structure and bonding
2 Sub Topics
  • Structure of matter
  • Types of bonding in simple and macromolecules
Stoichiometry
2 Sub Topics
  • Stoichiometric calculations
  • The concept of mole
Atomic structure and the periodic table
2 Sub Topics
  • Structure of atom
  • Trends of periodic table
Atoms, elements and compounds
0 Sub Topics
Experimental techniques of purification
2 Sub Topics
  • Criteria of purity
  • Methods of purification
Macromolecules
1 Sub Topics
  • Chemistry of polymers
Packages
Title Lectures Price
Inquiry Based Session-1 lesson 1 11$
Regular Package/ 4 lesson 4 44$
Standard Package/8 Lesson 8 74$
Premium Package/12 12 105$
Fast Track/16 Lesson 16 132$
Requirements
  • Students must have an understanding the fundamentals of chemistry. Students of IGCSEs chemistry from Cambridge and E excel board can avail the opportunity of the course Those who are interested in doing past papers of all components should have covered the course already
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Description

O Level Chemistry is an essential secondary education course designed to introduce students to the fundamental principles of chemistry. It aims to build a solid foundation in chemical concepts and develop practical skills through laboratory work. Here’s an overview of the key components of the O Level Chemistry course:

Core Topics

The course covers a comprehensive range of topics, including:

  1. Experimental Chemistry

    • Techniques for safe and accurate laboratory work
    • Methods for separating mixtures and purifying substances
  2. The Particulate Nature of Matter

    • States of matter and changes between them
    • Atomic theory and the structure of atoms
  3. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

    • Differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures
    • Chemical symbols, formulae, and equations
  4. Stoichiometry

    • Mole concept and Avogadro’s number
    • Calculations involving reacting masses, volumes, and concentrations
  5. Electricity and Chemistry

    • Electrolysis and its applications
    • Redox reactions and electrochemical cells
  6. Chemical Bonding

    • Ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding
    • Properties of substances based on their bonding
  7. States of Matter

    • Gases, liquids, and solids
    • Ideal gas laws and kinetic theory
  8. Chemical Energetics

    • Exothermic and endothermic reactions
    • Energy changes and enthalpy
  9. Chemical Reactions

    • Types of reactions: synthesis, decomposition, single and double displacement
    • Factors affecting the rate of reaction
  10. Acids, Bases, and Salts

    • Properties of acids and bases, pH scale
    • Preparation and reactions of salts
  11. The Periodic Table

    • Organization of elements and periodic trends
    • Group properties and transition metals
  12. Metals

    • Properties of metals and their extraction
    • Reactivity series and corrosion
  13. Air and Water

    • Composition of air and pollution
    • Water treatment and the importance of water
  14. Sulfur and Carbonates

    • Industrial processes involving sulfur
    • Properties and uses of carbonates
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