91390 Thermochemical Principles - Home Use

91390 Thermochemical Principles - Home Use

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This version of the resource is for home use. Students work independently through the resource. If you are a teacher, you should purchase the school use version.

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What you'll learn

This course covers the things you'll need to know and be able to do for achievement standard 91390.

In it you'll find answers to questions like:

  • What is the electron configuration of atoms and ions of the first 36 elements using s, p, d notation?
  • What are periodic trends in atomic radius, ionisation energy and electronegativity?
  • What is the difference between atomic and ionic radii?
  • How do you draw Lewis structures and shapes?
  • What are the shapes of molecules and ions?
  • What does polarity of molecules mean?
  • What are the attractive forces between atoms and ions (covalent bonds and ionic bonds)?
  • What is intermolecular attraction due to temporary and permanent dipoles, including hydrogen bonding?
  • What are the factors affecting the relative strengths of intermolecular forces?
  • What is the evidence for differences in the relative strengths of intermolecular forces?
  • How do you apply thermochemical principles to systems involving phase changes?
  • What is meant by the transfer of heat between the system and surroundings, and use of specific heat capacity?
  • What is Hess' s law?

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