AQA GCSE Chemistry Topic 3 – Quantitative Chemistry

I have gone through the specification and these are the bits the examiners want you to know with links to my YouTube videos and other websites to help you understand any bits that are confusing. 

 

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1 – Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table

2 – Bonding, Structure and the Properties of Matter

3 – Quantitative Chemistry

Specification statement

 

These are the bits the exam board wants you to know, make sure you can do all of these…

Bits to help if you don’t understand

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I can describe different ways of measuring the mass or volume of a product of a reactant

 

 

I can explain why the mass of a reaction appears to change

https://youtu.be/WqhZBnR743I

 

I can explain that in any measurement there is a degree of uncertainty

 

 

I can calculate the concentration of a solution from the masses used

 

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I can represent a reaction using a word equation

https://youtu.be/X8jiv0qwVok

 

I can represent a reaction using a balanced symbol equation

 

 

https://youtu.be/T0wb4z-_kmY

 

https://youtu.be/5GmsOx_Dc0M

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2ymP1Hf

 

Total Learn

http://bit.ly/2yZs9jZ

I can calculate the relative formula mass (Mr) of a compound from the relative atomic (Ar) masses of the elements

https://youtu.be/8W9D8fiNodQ

 

https://youtu.be/EPX7UKE22Gs

TuitionKit

http://bit.ly/2jHbk7h

 

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I can define the term mole

Higher tier only

 

 

I can calculate the number of moles from the mass

Higher tier only

https://youtu.be/JN_qmij-pkQ

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2xNfoJt

 

Total Learn

http://bit.ly/2zVLn87

I can describe the number of particles in one mole as being equal to Avogadro’s constant

Higher tier only

 

 

I can calculate the mass of a reactant or a product given the equation

Higher tier only

 

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2hdquAp

 

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I can balance equation given information about the number of moles involved.

Higher tier only

 

 

I can describe when a reactant would be used in excess

Higher tier only

 

 

I can calculate the percentage yield of a reaction

Chemistry only

 

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2w5C17y

I can calculate the atom economy of a reaction

Chemistry only

 

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2hfcVgn

I can explain why a reaction may not give the expected yield

Chemistry only

 

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I can carry out a titration

https://youtu.be/MDWVrTW0nq8

 

https://youtu.be/yVF6Gn7HmWk

 

https://youtu.be/XPTnZnbXgDs

 

https://youtu.be/2hv2hS6zdh0

 

I can calculate the concentration of a solution in mol/dm3

Chemistry only

Higher tier only

https://youtu.be/hhkt3ZZ-pvQ

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2hctzk5

I can carry out titration calculations

Chemistry only

Higher tier only

 

I can recall that a gas takes up 24dm3 under standard condition

Chemistry only

Higher tier only

 

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I can calculate the volume of a gas

Chemistry only

Higher tier only

 

TuitionKit http://bit.ly/2yoA3ka

 

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5 – Energy Changes

6 – The Rate and Extent of Chemical Change

7 – Organic Chemistry

8 – Chemical Analysis

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10 – Using Resources

 

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