Ketone Concept Map
Ketone Concept Map This is the 7th post of a series of organic concept maps. Do feel free to print it out for your own use. Please do not distribute 🙂 Back to Home of Top Chemistry Tuition ...
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Aldehyde Concept Map
Aldehyde Concept Map This is the 6th installation of a series of posts on organic concept maps. Feel free to print it out for your personal use. Please do not distribute, thank you! Back to home of Singapore's Leading Chemistry Tuition ...
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Phenol Concept Map
Phenol Concept Map This is the 5th organic concept map in a series of posts. Feel free to print it out for your personal use, please do not distribute, thank you! 🙂 Back to Home of Singapore's Leading Chemistry Tuition ...
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Alcohol Concept Map
Alcohol Concept Map This is the 4th installation of a series of organic concept maps. Part 2 phenol will be uploaded next week, watch this space! Free free to print out for personal use but do not distribute 🙂 Back to Home of Top Chemistry Tuition ...
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Halogenoalkane Concept Map
Halogenoalkane Concept Map This concept map is a continuation of the organic series of concept maps. Feel free to print it out for your personal use but do not distribute 🙂 Back to Home of Best Chemistry Tuition ...
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Arene Concept Map
Arene Concept Map Feel free to download and print this out for your practice. Please do not distribute 🙂 Back to Home of Best Chemistry Tuition ...
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Alkene Concept Map
Alkenes Functional Group Concept Map You can use this series of organic concept maps to familiarize yourself with the various transformations of the functional groups. Using this format, we can also practice drawing skeletal structures for organic molecules. You can download this and print it out for your own usage, not for distribution please 🙂 Back to Home of Top Chemistry Tuition ...
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Kinetics – The Big Idea by Mr Khemistry
Kinetics Kinetics is the study of speed/rate of a chemical reaction. Definition: Rate of reaction is the change in concentration of reactant or products over time. Question: How do we know what's the change in concentration of reactant or products? Ans: We have to MONITOR it. Question: How do we monitor it? Ans: Look at the reaction equation, what has changed from left-hand side (LHS) to the right-hand side (RHS)? We can monitor colour intensity (colourimeter), volume of gas evolved (downward displacement of water/gas syringe), loss of mass (mass balance), change in pressure (manometer), electrical conductivity, pH (pH probe, titration) etc. Colorimeter Manometer An important term in this chapter is "Order of Reaction". We can only determine the order of ...
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