Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the properites of subatomic particles.
  • Draw diagrams to show the electronic structure of atoms.
  • Explain how to use the periodic table to determine atomic structure.
  • Describe the history of the development of atomic theory.
  • Describe the history of the development of the periodic table.
  • Describe the trends of group 1 and 7 elements.
  • Describe how to use the periodic table to predict atomic theory.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Define atoms and ions.
  • Explain how metals and non-metals bond.
  • Draw diagrams to show the bonding in ionic compounds.
  • Predict the formula of ionic compounds.
  • Describe the properties of ionic compounds.
  • Explain how the structure of ionic compounds leads to the properties.
  • Describe the process of electrolysis.
  • Compare the similarities and differences between ionic bonding and electrolysis of ionic compounds.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the bonding between non-metals.
  • Draw diagrams to show the bonding in covalent compounds.
  • Describe the properties of small covalent molecules.
  • Explain the properties of small covalent molecules with respect to the structure.
  • Describe the properties of giant covalent molecules.
  • Explain the properties of giant covalent molecules with respect to the structure.
  • Compare the structure and properties of diamond, graphite, graphene, and fullerenes.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe how metals bond.
  • Draw diagrams to show the bonding in metals.
  • Describe the properties of metallic compounds.
  • Explain how the properties of metallic compounds is related to the structure.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Define relative atomic and molecular mass.
  • Calculate relative molecular/formula masses.
  • Explain the term Mole and how to calculate it.
  • Explain the Conservation of Mass.
  • Balance equations.
  • Calculate reacting quantities for a chemical reaction.
  • Calculate the % yield for a chemical reaction.
  • Explain the term 'atom economy' and use calculations to determine this.
  • Calculate the empirical formula of a compound.
  • Explain the term 'concentration' and the units used.
  • Calculate the concentration of a solution from quantities obtained during a titration.
  • Calculate the volume of a gas produced during a chemical reaction - ideal gases only.