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Key IB points to keep in mind. Notes — Mole. Notes — Chemical Equations. Key IB points to keep in mind -. Notes — Solutions. Notes — All of the Stoichiometry.
Key IB points to keep in mind:. Notes — Atom. Notes — Atomic Theory. Key IB Points to keep in mind:. Notes — Mass Spectrometer. Notes — Electron Arrangement. Notes — Periodic Table. Notes — All of the Periodicity. Topic 4: Chemical Bonding and Structure - Notes — Ionic Bonding.
Notes — Intermolecular Forces. Notes — Metallic Bonding. Notes - Energetics. Notes — Bond Enthalpies. Notes — Kinetics. Notes — Collision theory. Notes — Rates of Reaction. Topic 7: Equilibrium - 4. Notes — Equilibrium. Notes — Dynamic Equilibrium. Notes — The position of Equilibrium. Study Guide — Equilibrium. Topic 8: Acids and Bases - 6. Notes — Theories of Acids and Bases. Notes — Properties of Acids and Bases.
Study Guide — Acids and Bases. Notes — pH Scale. Notes — Strong and Weak Acids and Bases. Notes — Acid Deposition. Notes — Oxidation and Reduction. Study Guide — Oxidation and Reduction. Notes — Electrochemical Cells. Notes — Introduction to Organic Chemistry. Study Guide — Organic Chemistry. Notes — Alkanes. Notes — Alkenes. Notes — Alcohols. Notes — Halegenoalkanes. Notes — Polymers. Notes — Benzene. Topic Atomic Structure — 2 hours.
Notes — Electron Configuration. Topic The Periodic Table — The transition metals — 4 hours. Notes - First Row D-block Elements. Notes — Coloured Complexes. Topic Chemical Bonding and Structure. Notes — Hybridization. Notes — Born-Haber Cycles. Notes — Entropy. Notes — Spontaneity. Topic Chemical Kinetics — 6 Hours.
Notes — Rate Expression. Notes — Reaction Mechanism. Notes — Activation Energy. Topic Equilibrium — 4 Hours. Notes — The Equilibrium Law. Topic Acids and Bases — 10 Hours. Notes — Calculations involving Acids and Bases. Topic Redox Processes — 6 Hours. Topic Organic chemistry — 12 Hours. Notes — Stereoisomerism. Topic Measurement and Analysis.
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Oxford IB Study Guides: Chemistry for the IB Diploma
International Baccalaureate IB. IB Chemistry may not be quite as easy as this penguin makes it seems. Because of the COVID coronavirus pandemic, all IB exams for May have been canceled and coursework deadlines have been extended for schools that have closed. Yep — that definitely includes the IB Chem exam, too! If you are looking for summary material to help you study for the IB Chemistry papers, check out the Overall Reviews section for great overall study resources.
IB Chemistry: Study Guide: For the IB diploma (Oxford Ib Study Guides)
But scrutiny would take you places. IB Chemistry is not too hard or too simple, but it all depends on how you look at it. More like it is how best you get hold of the syllabus and the study guide you are getting. This is better if you can correlate your background of class tests, best IB Chemistry Books, study resources and class notes along with the guidelines. The best practices during the school year are to ensure that you are practice related IB Chemistry past question papers. This will help to get a deeper insight to the topics as a whole. You should also be aware of the common errors students are bound to be made.
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