About this course

Introduction to general chemistry principles for students planning a professional career in chemistry, related science, health technology, or engineering. atomic structure, chemical integration and geometry, biochemistry, gases, chemical reaction types. Chemistry is a laboratory-based course that uses a scientific process reading skills for the following topics: chemistry units, atoms and the collection of atoms, periodic compounds and compounds, compounds and reaction, scenario features, and quantitative analysis, acid / base chemistry and energy chemicals.

Chemistry tests are designed to introduce basic chemical concepts. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the basics and the right skills in dealing with chemical problems. This course should contribute to the development of the student’s ability to think critically and express it.


Content List of this course

This course meets the following contents:

  1. Chemistry
  2. Branches of Chemistry
    1. Physical Chemistry
    2. Organic and Inorganic Chemistry
    3. Biochemistry
    4. Industrial Chemistry
    5. Environmental Chemistry
    6. Analytical Chemistry
  3. Key Concepts
    1. Elements, Compounds and Mixture
    2. Atomic Number And Mass Number
    3. Relative Atomic and Mass Units
    4. Empirical and Molecular Formulas
    5. Molecular Mass and Formula Mass
  4. Chemical Species
    1. Cations,anions and Molecular Ions
    2. Free Radicals
    3. Types of molecules
    4. Avogardo’s Number and mole
    5. Gram Atomic mass, Gram Molecule and Formula
  5. Chemical Calculation
    1. Mole-Mass Calculation
    2. Mole Practice Calculation
  6. Structure of Atoms
    1. Electronic Configuration
    2. Isotopes
  7. Periodic Table and Periodicity of Properties
  8. Structure of Molecules
    1. Chemical Bonds
    2. Inter molecule Forces
    3. Nature of Bonding and Properties
  9. Physics States of Matter
    1. Diffusion
    2. Effusion
    3. Pressure
    4. Compressible
    5. Mobility
    6. Density
  10. Laws
    1. Bolye’s Law
    2. Charle’s Law
  11. Solid States
  12. Allotropy
  13. Solutions
    1. Solution of Gases
    2. Solution of Liquids
    3. Solution of Solids
    4. Solubility
  14. Electro-chemistry
    1. Oxidation and reduction
    2. Elector-chemical Cells
    3. Elector-chemical Industries
    4. Perversions and Causes
  15. Chemical Reactivity
    1. Metals
    2. Non-metals
  16. Chemical Equilibrium
  17. Acids,Bases and Salts
    1. PH scale
  18. Organic Chemistry
    1. Coal
    2. Petroleum
    3. Natural Gas
    4. Plants
  19. Alkane and Alkyl Radicals
  20. Composition of Atmosphere
  21. Chemical Industries


Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry

  1. The particulate nature of matter
  2. Experimental techniques
  3. Atoms, elements and compounds
  4. Electricity and chemistry
  5. Chemical Energetic
  6. Chemical reactions
  7. Acids, bases and salts
  8. The Periodic Table
  9. Metals
  10. Air and water Sulfur
  11. Carbonates
  12. Organic chemistry


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