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Pearson Chemistry 11 New South Wales Student Book with eBook

By Drew Chan, Richard Hecker, Bob Hogendoorn, Kathryn Hillier, Louise Lennard, Mick Moylan, Pat O'Shea, Maria Porter, Patrick Sanders, Jim Sturgiss, Paul Waldron
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Introducing the Pearson Chemistry 11 for New South Wales Student Book. Fully aligned to the Stage 6 Senior Science Syllabuses.


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Table of contents
  • Working scientifically
  • 1.1 Questioning and predicting
  • 1.2 Planning investigations
  • 1.3 Conducting investigations
  • 1.4 Processing data and information
  • 1.5 Analysing data and information
  • 1.6 Problem solving
  • 1.7 Communicating
  • Properties of matter
  • 2.1 Types of matter
  • 2.2 Physical properties and changes of state
  • 2.3 Separating mixtures
  • 2.4 Calculating percentage composition
  • 2.5 Elements and the periodic table
  • Atomic structure and atomic mass
  • 3.1 Atoms
  • 3.2 Classifying atoms
  • 3.3 Masses of particles
  • 3.4 Electronic structure of atoms
  • 3.5 Electronic configuration and the shell model
  • 3.6 The Schrodinger model of the atom
  • Periodicity
  • 4.1 The periodic table
  • 4.2 Trends in the periodic table – Part 1
  • 4.3 Trends in the periodic table – Part 2
  • Bonding
  • 5.1 Metallic bonding
  • 5.2 Ionic bonding
  • 5.3 Covalent bonding
  • 5.4 Intermolecular forces
  • 5.5 Covalent network lattices
  • Chemical reactions and stoichiometry
  • 6.1 Writing chemical equations
  • 6.2 Problems involving conservation of mass
  • The mole concept
  • 7.1 Introducing the mole
  • 7.2 Molar mass
  • 7.3 Percentage composition and empirical formulae
  • 7.4 Calculations based on the amount of a reactant or product
  • 7.5 Calculations based on the amounts of two reactants
  • Concentration and molarity
  • 8.1 Concentration of solutions
  • 8.2 Molar concentration
  • 8.3 Dilutions
  • 8.4 Standard solutions
  • Gas laws
  • 9.1 Introducing gases
  • 9.2 The gas laws
  • 9.3 The ideal gas law
  • 9.4 Stoichiometric calculations involving gases
  • Chemical reactions
  • 10.1 Chemical change
  • 10.2 Synthesis reactions
  • 10.3 Decomposition reactions
  • 10.4 Combustion reactions
  • 10.5 Precipitation reactions
  • 10.6 Reactions of acids and bases
  • 10.7 Removing toxins from food
  • Predicting reactions of metals
  • 11.1 Reactions of metals
  • 11.2 The activity series of metals
  • 11.3 Metal activity and the periodic table
  • Redox reactions and galvanic cells
  • 12.1 Introducing redox reactions
  • 12.2 Oxidation numbers
  • 12.3 Galvanic cells
  • 12.4 The table of standard reduction potentials
  • Rates of reactions
  • 13.1 Collision theory
  • 13.2 Measuring reaction rate
  • 13.3 Effect of concentration or pressure and surface area on reaction rate
  • 13.4 Effect of temperature on reaction rate
  • Energy changes in chemical reactions
  • 14.1 Endothermic and exothermic reactions
  • 14.2 Thermochemical equations and energy profile diagrams
  • 14.3 Heat of combustion
  • 14.4 Determining the heat of combustion
  • 14.5 Enthalpy of dissolution
  • 14.6 Catalysts
  • Enthalpy and Hess’s law
  • 15.1 Latent heat
  • 15.2 Enthalpy of formation
  • 15.3 Hess’s law
  • Entropy and Gibbs free energy
  • 16.1 Entropy changes in chemical reactions
  • 16.2 Enthalpy and entropy
  • 16.3 Gibbs free energy
Features & benefits
  • High quality, current content that supports learners.
  • Developed by highly experienced, well-known and expert author teams.
  • Each Student Book comes with Reader+, the digital version of the student book.
  • Module openings link to the broader outcomes from the Stage 6 Syllabus.
  • Chapter openings link the Stage 6 Syllabus to the chapter content.
  • Chemistry Inquiry activities. Inquiry based activities that allow students to engage with key concepts through a simple activity. Students discover the science before they learn about it.
  • Chemistry in Action sections places biology in context.
  • Worked Examples scaffold problems and guide students through solving them. Each worked example is followed by a Try Yourself. This allows students to immediately test their understanding.
  • Chem Files scattered throughout include interesting facts and real world examples
  • Skill builders step students through key scientific and mathematical skills that are essential for learning.
  • Additional content goes beyond the core content of the Syllabus. This content is intended for students who wish to expand their depth of understanding
  • Section review. Each section includes a summary to assist students consolidate key points and concepts. Each section finishes with questions to test students’ understanding and ability to recall the section’s key concepts.
  • The NSW Stage 6 Syllabus Learning across the curriculum and General capabilities content are addressed throughout the series.
  • Module review. Each module finishes with a comprehensive set of exam style questions, including multiple choice and extended response. These assist students in drawing together their knowledge and understanding and applying it.
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  • Teacher resources include editable syllabus grids, scope and sequence charts, and fully worked solutions.
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