High School Chemistry

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High School Chemistry

Welcome to the learning project on High School Chemistry!

This course will be developed at a level suitable for 14-16 year olds, equivalent to formal education level Key Stage 4 (UK) or Grades 9-10 (US).


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Science of matter Required basic mathematics The elements Phases of matter The atom Molecules Chemical bonds Chemical reactions Energy in chemical reactions Chemical equations Properties of elements and inorganic compounds Common inorganic elements and compounds Introduction to organic chemistry Carbon's properties Carbon bonding Classes of carbon compounds Biological compounds Where to go from here

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