Free download SQA Higher Chemistry (2nd edition) authored by John Anderson in pdf.
This book follows on from the very successful first edition and has been updated, refreshed and re-organised using the 2018 SQA arrangements for Higher Chemistry. It follows a similar format to the first edition by offering full course coverage while attempting to stimulate the reader’s appetite to learn new chemistry.
In addition to the core text, this book also offers the following features:
Questions: A variety of question types are used throughout the book to help the reader test their understanding. Full answers are included at the back of the book.
For Interest: The material in the For Interest sections of the book contains chemistry that is likely to be of interest to the reader, but is not examinable under the current SQA arrangements. This includes chemical phenomena, historical anecdotes, and applications of chemistry that make use of the chemistry presented in the chapter.
Checklist for Revision: A short summary of the key learning points is given at the end of each chapter. Students can use this to self-check their learning and to help them revise for assessments.
Additional features of the Higher Chemistry exam: This appears in the appendix of the book and offers advice on how to tackle two important features of the Higher Chemistry exam: Numeracy and Open-ended questions. Both concepts are explored in detail and supported with worked examples and study questions.
The key to success in Higher Chemistry is to equip yourself with as much chemical knowledge as possible and to ensure that you can do all of the standard questions that you are going to be asked in the exam.
To do this, you need to get into the habit of reviewing the relevant chapters at the same time as you are studying the concepts in class. To review means to read and test that you understand and can recall. Using the worked examples and study questions will help you with this as they will encourage you to retrieve what you have read. The more you retrieve, the easier knowledge will come to you. In other words, you need to review and attempt the questions in each chapter several times.
Section 1: Chemical Changes and Structure
- Structure and bonding in the first 20 elements
- Trends in the Periodic Table
- Bonding in compounds
- Oxidising and reducing agents
Section 2: Nature’s Chemistry
- Systematic carbon chemistry
- Alcohols, carboxylic acids and esters
- Fats, oils, soaps and detergents
- Oxidation of food
- Skin care
Section 3: Chemistry in Society
- Getting the most from reactants: designing an industrial process
- Chemical calculations
- Percentage yield and atom economy
- Controlling the rate
- Chemical energy
- Volumetric analysis
Section 4: Researching Chemistry
- Researching chemistry
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