Chemistry (0620)

|ˈkeməstrē|:  the branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed; the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change; and the use of these processes to form new substances.

Chemistry is an amazing subject.

It’s probably the hardest science to grasp for most people, but I love this science. Once you’ve fully understood all the concepts, Chemistry can be as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Here’s a little something to lighten up your spirits as you prepare for the revision task ahead:

Hope you find this useful.

  1. The Particulate Nature of Matter
  2. Separation Methods
  3. Bonding
  4. Stoichemistry
  5. Electrolysis
  6. Chemical Energetics
  7. Chemical Reactions
  8. Acids and Alkalis
  9. Periodic Table
  10. Metals
  11. Air and Water
  12. Sulfur
  13. Carbonates
  14. Organic Chemistry

17 responses to “Chemistry (0620)

    • Nope! We used Biology for IGCSE by Gareth Williams (Publisher Nelson Thornes), and Physics for You (which i think was a GCSE book). Biology for IGCSE was a great textbook, the physics one wasn’t – it was a bit messy and didn’t really adhere to the curriculum (I mean, afterall it wasn’t written specifically for IGCSE). I bought an additional physics textbook also published by Nelson Thornes to supplement my own physics notes.

  1. Hey Ruru, I really love all your notes, especially Chemistry! However, for some reason I cannot access the “Air and Water” section (well, it says that it can’t find anything on that page :(…). Please check it out!

    Thanks!

  2. Hey Ruru!! I love you so much right now, I have planned my revision terribly and I wouldn’t be able to learn everything! Your notes are so helpful!! I am using Geography, Chemistry, Biology and both English ones🙂 Thank God I already did my Math IG last year😀 Lots of love and thanks from Czech Republic!!

  3. this notes are sooo useful! when did u write them? im actually doing the exact same subjects as you did at school:)

  4. Thanks A Lot for these awesome notes! I’m going to be writing my IGCSE this 2016 and I’m pretty sure that these notes are gonna help me ace it. Thanks Again!.

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