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The SS1 Chemistry 1st Term Lesson Notes is a compilation of notes on the following topics:

Lesson One: Introduction to chemistry – Page 2 – Click Here!
Chemistry, An Experimental Subject
Importance of Chemistry in Everyday Life
Adverse Effects of Chemical Processes
Career Opportunities in Chemistry

Lesson Two: Nature of Matter and Separating Techniques – Page 3 – Click Here!
What is Matter?
States of Matter
Properties of Matter
Physical and Chemical Changes
Element Compound and Mixture

Lesson Three: Separating Techniques – Page 4 – Click Here!
Sieving
Filtration
Evaporation
Decantation
Crystallisation and re-crystallisation
Distillation and fractional distillation
Precipitation
Chromatography
Sublimation
Magnetisation
Separating immiscible liquids
Centrifugation
Winnowing
Precipitation

Lesson Four: Particulate Nature of Matter, Valency and Formulae – Page 5 – Click Here!
Matter
Dalton’s Atomic Theory
Modification of Dalton’s Atomic Theory
Atomic Structure

Lesson Five: Atomic Number And Mass Number – Page 6 – Click Here!
Orbital
Elements and Symbols

Lesson Six: Valency and Radicals – Page 7 – Click Here!
IUPAC Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds
Concept of Oxidation Number or State

Lesson Seven: Formulae of Compounds – Page 8 – Click Here!
Molecules of Compounds
Naming of Binary Compounds (IUPAC System of Nomenclature)
Trinary compounds

Lesson Eight: Naming of Salts – Page 9 – Click Here!
Interpretation of Formulae
Relative Atomic Mass

Lesson Nine: Isotopy and Relative Atomic Mass – Page 10 – Click Here!
Relative Molecular Mass
The Mole

Lesson Ten: Percentage Composition By Mass of Atoms of Elements in a Compound – Page 11 – Click Here!
Empirical Formula and Molecular Formula

Lesson Eleven: Chemical Equations – Page 12 – Click Here!
Balancing Chemical Equations

Assessment/Evaluation Tests on SS1 Chemistry 1st Term Lesson Notes – Page 13 – Click Here!
1. SS1 Chemistry 1st Term Evaluation Tests – FREE Access (20 questions ONLY)
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