Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE (2nd Edition) is written by RoseMarie Gallagher and Paul Ingram; published by Oxford University Press in 2011 and endorsed by University of Cambridge, UK.
Complete Chemistry for Cambridge IGCSE is very well written and updated book for O Level and IGCSE chemistry syllabus.
If you are taking IGCSE chemistry, using the Cambridge International Examinations syllabus 0620, then this book is for you. It covers the syllabus fully, and has been endorsed by the exam board. Each chapter is divided into two-page units. Some colour coding is used within the units, to help you use them properly.
Table of Contents
- States of matter
- Separating substances
- Atoms and elements
- Atoms combining
- Reacting masses and chemical equations
- Using moles
- Redox reactions
- Electricity and chemical change
- Energy changes and reversible reactions
- The speed of a reaction
- Acids and bases
- The periodic table
- The behaviour of metals
- Making use of metals
- Air and water
- Some non-metals and their compounds
- Organic chemistry
- In the lab
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