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Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry Coursebook (fourth edition) Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry: Workbook (fourth edition) - CIE SOURCE Cambridge Igcse. Cambridge IGCSE® Chemistry Coursebook with CD-ROM (Cambridge International IGCSE) 4th Edition. by Richard Harwood (Author), Ian Lodge ( Author). The Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus enables learners to understand the Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry: Coursebook with CD-ROM Fourth Edition.

However, its scope reaches out beyond the laboratory into every aspect of our lives — to our understanding of the nature of our planet, the environment we live in, the resources available to us and the factors that affect our health. This book thoroughly covers the Cambridge International Examinations CIE Chemistry syllabus and includes features which are aimed at helping you grasp the concepts and detail involved.

The areas that cover the Core and Supplement material of the syllabus are clearly marked the Supplement material having a purple bar like the one here in the margin so that you can see which topics will be tested on each exam paper that you will take.

At various points in this and other chapters there is material that provides and develops some of the context in which chemical ideas are important.

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The introduction to each chapter aims to highlight some of the more novel aspects of chemistry — from unusual alloys and the visualisation of the bonding in molecules to the analytical laboratory on the surface of Mars. These chapters are then divided into different sections to help you manage your understanding of the ideas involved.

At the end of each section there are short questions to help you check that you have followed the ideas covered. The answers to these short questions are provided at the end of the book to help you with this.

Included in the text are a series of study tips and key definitions. These highlight important areas of learning and useful approaches to a particular topic.

Cambridge IGCSE- Chemistry Coursebook with CD-ROM (fourth edition)

Each chapter finishes with a summary of Core and Supplement material to help you particularly with your revision. Your cart is empty.

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Richard Harwood. Contributor s: Lan Lodge. Material type: We hope that this book will help you enjoy chemistry, give you some understanding of the ideas involved and help you be successful in the IGCSE course.

The Earth is a ball of rock orbiting a star along with a group of other planets Figure 1. The star is one of many billions of stars in a galaxy which, in turn, is one of many billion galaxies in a constantly expanding Universe.

It is the chemicals which make up the Earth and the ways in which they interact with each other that make life on Earth possible.

At the start, the Earth was a ball of molten rock. The surface solidified to a solid crust as it cooled and contracted, and cracks appeared.

Volcanoes shot molten rock and gases from this surface and the first atmosphere mainly carbon dioxide and water vapour was formed. Condensing water vapour fell back to the surface and, over many millions of years, plant life developed in these warm, shallow seas.

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The plants used carbon dioxide in photosynthesis and, crucially, put oxygen into the atmosphere. Once sufficient oxygen was present, animal life began to evolve. Nitrogen entered the atmosphere from bacteria.The liquid hydrogen behaves with metallic properties. The Student CD-ROM provides information on revision skills and resources available on the internet to help with your study of chemistry.

We will always need energy. Nitrogen entered the atmosphere from bacteria.

The elements in Group II have two outer electrons. The actual properties of astatine remain a mystery to us, but we could make a good guess at some of them.

The symbol for an element consists of one or two letters. These convert carbon monoxide and nitrogen dioxide into carbon dioxide and nitrogen.

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