Free download Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (3rd Edition) written by Bryan Earl and Doug Wilford. This textbook has been written to help you in your study of chemistry to Cambridge IGCSE. The different chapters in this book are split up into short topics. At the end of many of these topics are questions to test whether you have understood what you have read. At the end of each chapter there are larger study questions. Try to answer as many of the questions as you can as you come across them because asking and answering questions is at the heart of your study of chemistry.
Some questions in the style of Cambridge IGCSE examination papers are included at the end of the book. In many cases they are designed to test your ability to apply your chemical knowledge. The questions may provide certain facts and ask you to make an interpretation of them. In such cases, the factual information may not be covered in the text.
To help draw attention to the more important words, scientific terms are printed in bold the first time they are used. There are also checklists at the end of each chapter summarising the important points covered. As you read through the book, you will notice three sorts of shaded area in the text.
- The particulate nature of matter
- Elements, compounds and experimental techniques
- Atomic structure and bonding
- Stoichiometry – chemical calculations
- Electricity and chemistry
- Chemical energetics
- Chemical reactions
- Acids, bases and salts
- The Periodic Table
- Air and water
- Inorganic carbon chemistry
- Organic chemistry 1
- Organic chemistry 2
- Experimental chemistry
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