The Chemistry Journey KS4 Curriculum

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The Chemistry Journey KS4 Curriculum by Mind Map: The Chemistry Journey KS4 Curriculum

1. MTTR - Properties of Matter

1.1. MTTR_e1 - The Building Blocks of Matter

1.1.1. MTTR_001 - What is an atom?

1.1.2. MTTR_002 - Parts of an atom, their charge and their mass

1.1.2.1. MTTR_002p - In Depth: Atomic Mass Units

1.1.3. MTTR_003 - Atomic number and mass number

1.1.4. MTTR_004 - Relative atomic mass and isotopes

1.1.4.1. MTTR_004p1 - Why aren't all atomic masses whole numbers?

1.1.4.2. MTTR_004p2 - Radioactive isotopes (radionuclides)

1.1.5. MTTR_005 - Energy shells and electron configuration

1.1.5.1. MTTR_005p1 - Drawing electron configuration diagrams

1.1.6. MTTR_007 - Electron configurations of the 1st twenty elements

1.1.7. MTTR_008 - Final Building Block Video

1.1.8. MTTR_q1 - Atoms exam question

1.2. MTTR_e2 - The Periodic Table

1.2.1. MTTR_010 - Mendeleev & the periodic table

1.2.2. MTTR_011 - How the elements are set out in the periodic table

1.2.3. MTTR_012 - Periods and groups in the periodic table

1.2.3.1. MTTR_012_p1_Group 1 as an example of Groups in the periodic table

1.2.4. MTTR_013 - Trends in the periodic table

1.2.5. MTTR_014 - Element, mixture or compound?

1.3. MTTR_e3 - Bonding and Molecules

1.3.1. MTTR_015 - Shapes of simple molecules

1.3.2. MTTR_016 - Giant chemical structures

1.3.3. MTTR_017 - Covalent bonds

1.3.4. MTTR_018 - Dot and cross diagrams of covalent bonds

1.3.5. MTTR_019 - Simple covalent molecules

1.3.6. MTTR_020 - Giant covalent structures

1.3.7. MTTR_021 - Noble gas structure and covalent bonding

1.3.8. MTTR_022 - Covalent bonding of hydrogren, oxygen and nitrogen

1.3.9. MTTR_023 - Properties of nitrogen

1.3.10. MTTR_024 - Properties of oxygen

1.3.11. MTTR_025 - Properties of sulphur

1.3.12. MTTR_026 - Properties of hydrogen

1.3.13. MTTR_027 - Covalent bonding of water

1.3.14. MTTR_028 - Covalent bonding in methane, ammonia, water & ethanol

1.3.15. MTTR_029 - Covalent bonding in carbon dioxide

1.3.16. MTTR_030 - Properties of diamond

1.3.17. MTTR_031 - Properties of graphite

1.3.18. MTTR_032 - Allotropes

1.3.19. MTTR_033 - Different diagrams of covalent bonds

1.3.20. MTTR_034 - Behaviour of covalent structures

1.3.21. MTTR_035 - What are ions?

1.3.22. MTTR_036 - Ionic bonds

1.3.23. MTTR_037 - Ionic bonding in sodium chloride

1.3.24. MTTR_038 - Ionic bonding in magnesium oxide

1.3.25. MTTR_039 - Formulae of ionic compounds and their names

1.3.26. MTTR_040 - Properties of ionic substances

1.3.27. MTTR_041 - Ionic bonding of noble gases

1.3.28. MTTR_042 - Ionic bonding of calcium chloride, lithium fluoride, and potassium oxide

1.3.29. MTTR_043 - Giant ionic structures

1.3.30. MTTR_044 - Do ionic substances conduct electricity?

1.3.31. MTTR_045 - Group 0 - the noble gases

1.3.32. MTTR_046 - Group 1 - the alkali metals

1.3.33. MTTR_047 - Group 2 - metals

1.3.34. MTTR_048 - Group 7 - the halogens

1.3.35. MTTR_049 - Uses of halogens and their compounds

1.3.36. MTTR_050 - Transition metals and their salts

1.3.37. MTTR_051 - Variable valency

1.3.38. MTTR_052 - Properties of non-metals

1.3.39. MTTR_054 - Behaviour of metallic structures

1.3.40. MTTR_053 - What are metallic bonds?

1.3.41. MTTR_055 - Alloys and their properties

1.3.42. MTTR_056 - Uses of metals - gold, copper, aluminium, steel

1.3.43. MTTR_057 - Transition metals and their salts

1.3.44. MTTR_058 - Giant metallic structures

1.4. MTTR_e4 - States of matter, motion and mixing

1.4.1. MTTR_060 - Changes of state

1.4.2. MTTR_059 - States of Matter: solids, liquids and gases

1.4.2.1. MTTR_59_p1 - The fourth State of Matter: Plasma

1.4.3. MTTR_061 - Diffusion of gases

1.4.4. MTTR_062 - Brownian motion

1.4.5. MTTR_063 - Dilution

1.4.6. MTTR_064 - Properties of water

1.4.7. MTTR_065 - Solutions, solvents and solutes

1.4.8. MTTR_066 - Solubility curves

1.4.9. MTTR_067 - Emulsions

1.4.10. MTTR_068 - Separating solutions, mixtures & emulsions

1.5. MTTR_070 - Balancing equations

1.6. MTTR_069 - Conservation of atoms

1.7. MTTR_071 - State symbols in chemical equations

1.8. MTTR_072 - Ionic equations

1.9. MTTR_073 - Law of conservation of mass

1.10. MTTR_074 - Law of constant composition

1.11. MTTR_075 - Intermolecular forces

1.12. MTTR_076 - Van der Waals forces

2. RXNS - Reactions

2.1. RXNS_001 - What are chemical equations?

2.2. RXNS_002 - Balancing equations

2.3. RXNS_003 - Ionic equations

2.4. RXNS_004 - Displacement reactions

2.5. RXNS_005 - Oxygen exchange in oxidation-reduction reactions

2.6. RXNS_006 - Electron exchange in oxidation-reduction reactions

2.7. RXNS_007 - Displacement reactions in solutions

2.8. RXNS_008 - Reactions of metals with water

2.9. RXNS_009 - Corrosion

2.10. RXNS_010 - Collision theory

2.11. RXNS_011 - Making predictions using reactivity series

2.12. RXNS_012 - Rates of reaction

2.13. RXNS_013 - Measuring reaction rate

2.14. RXNS_014 - How concentration affects reaction rate

2.15. RXNS_015 - How surface area affects reaction rate

2.16. RXNS_016 - How temperature affects reaction rate

2.17. RXNS_017 - How gas pressure affects reaction rate

2.18. RXNS_018 - Reactions of halogens

2.19. RXNS_019 - What are catalysts?

2.20. RXNS_020 - How do catalysts work?

2.21. RXNS_021 - Using catalysts in industry

2.22. RXNS_022 - Decomposition of hydrogen peroxide

2.23. RXNS_023 - Reversible reactions - general

2.24. RXNS_024 - Equilibrium - dynamic and changing

2.25. RXNS_025 - Le chatelier's principle

2.26. RXNS_026 - Haber process - outline

2.27. RXNS_027 - Haber process - maximum profit

2.28. RXNS_028 - Haber process - uses of ammonia

2.29. RXNS_029 - Commercial use of the Haber Process

2.30. RXNS_030 - Social and environmental considerations of the Haber Process

2.31. RXNS_031 - Energy in bonds and calculations

2.32. RXNS_032 - Exothermic reactions

2.33. RXNS_033 - Endothermic reactions

2.34. RXNS_034 - Energy diagrams of endothermic and exothermic change

2.35. RXNS_035 - Activation energy and catalysts

2.36. RXNS_036 - Manufacturing sulphuric acid

2.37. RXNS_037 - Calorimeter

2.38. RXNS_038 - Photosynthesis and respiration

2.39. RXNS_039 - What happens in electrolysis

2.40. RXNS_040 - Conductors and non-conductors

2.41. RXNS_041 - Electrochemical series

2.42. RXNS_042 - Electrolysis of molten compounds

2.43. RXNS_043 - Electroplating

2.44. RXNS_044 - Reactions of Iron

2.45. RXNS_045 - Reactions of copper

2.46. RXNS_046 - Purifying copper

2.47. RXNS_047 - Electrolysis of brine

2.48. RXNS_048 - Interpreting electrode equations

2.49. RXNS_049 - Measures of electricity

2.50. RXNS_050 - Half equations

2.51. RXNS_051 - Extraction of oxygen and nitrogen from liquid air

2.52. RXNS_052 - Electrolysis of water into hydrogen and oxygen

2.53. RXNS_053 - Electrolysis of dilute HCl into hydrogen and chlorine

2.54. RXNS_054 - Electrolysis of salt water

2.55. RXNS_055 - Why electrolysis sometimes splits water in aq solutions

2.56. RXNS_056 - Hydrogen and Fuel cells

3. CARB - Carbon / Organic Chemistry

3.1. CARB_001 - Coal, oil and gas hydrocarbons

3.2. CARB_002 - Alkanes

3.3. CARB_003 - Testing alkenes with bromine water

3.4. CARB_004 - Formulae of organic molecules

3.5. CARB_005 - Margerine

3.6. CARB_006 - Fractional distillation

3.7. CARB_007 - Hydrocarbon fractions

3.8. CARB_008 - Isomers of alkanes

3.9. CARB_009 - Uses of crude oil fractions

3.10. CARB_010 - Cracking - how and why it is done

3.11. CARB_011 - Comparing fuels

3.12. CARB_012 - Halogenation

3.13. CARB_013 - Natural and synthetic polymers

3.14. CARB_014 - Polymerisation of ethene

3.15. CARB_015 - Polymerisation of propene

3.16. CARB_016 - Polymerisation of chloroethene

3.17. CARB_017 - Condensation polymerisation

3.18. CARB_018 - Uses of polymers

3.19. CARB_019 - PVC, PTFE

3.20. CARB_020 - Thermosetting and thermosoftening plastics

3.21. CARB_021 - Plasticisers and hardeners

3.22. CARB_022 - Designer polymers

3.23. CARB_023 - What are alcohols?

3.24. CARB_024 - Making alcohols by fermentation

3.25. CARB_025 - Marking alcohols from ethene

3.26. CARB_026 - Fermentation versus ethene

3.27. CARB_027 - Carboxylic acids

3.28. CARB_028 - Typical acids

3.29. CARB_029 - How esters are made

3.30. CARB_030 - Uses of esters

3.31. CARB_031 - Making soaps - hydrolysis

3.32. CARB_032 - Bucky balls, nanotubes and graphene

3.33. CARB_033 - Proteins

3.34. CARB_034 - Carbohydrates

3.35. CARB_035 - Fats and oils

3.36. CARB_036 - Hardening vegetable oils

3.37. CARB_037 - Digestion by enzymes

3.38. CARB_038 - Denaturing by enzymes

3.39. CARB_039 - Enzymes in washing powders

4. ENVI - Environmental Chemistry

4.1. ENVI_001 - Structure of the Earth

4.2. ENVI_002 - Plate and tectonics and continental drift

4.3. ENVI_003 - Wegener and proof of continental drift

4.4. ENVI_004 - Rock cycle

4.5. ENVI_005 - Calcium cycle- limestone, quicklime, slaked lime

4.6. ENVI_006 - Uses of limestone - cement, mortar and concrete

4.7. ENVI_007 - Quarrying- economic, environmental and social effects

4.8. ENVI_008 - Minerals and Ores

4.9. ENVI_009 - Reactivity series

4.10. ENVI_010 - Extraction using heat eg. Iron

4.11. ENVI_011 - Different kinds of iron

4.12. ENVI_013 - Aluminium extraction using electrolysis

4.13. ENVI_012 - Rust

4.14. ENVI_014 - Anodising aluminium

4.15. ENVI_015 - Uses of aluminium

4.16. ENVI_016 - Future extraction methods - bioleching and phytomining

4.17. ENVI_017 - Its composition

4.18. ENVI_018 - How the atmosphere changed

4.19. ENVI_019 - Nitrogen cycle

4.20. ENVI_020 - Carbon cycle

4.21. ENVI_021 - Water cycle

4.22. ENVI_022 - Hard and soft water

4.23. ENVI_023 - Making hard water soft

4.24. ENVI_024 - Water pollution

4.25. ENVI_025 - Water treatment

4.26. ENVI_026 - Detergents

4.27. ENVI_027 - Types of Chemical industry

4.28. ENVI_028 - Combustion

4.29. ENVI_029 - Incomplete combustion

4.30. ENVI_030 - Global warming - how it happens

4.31. ENVI_031 - Global warming- the effects on the environment

4.32. ENVI_032 - Global warming - evaluating the evidence

4.33. ENVI_033 - Acid rain

4.34. ENVI_034 - The 'hole' in the ozone layer

4.35. ENVI_035 - Effect on health of air pollutants

4.36. ENVI_036 - Catalytic convertors

4.37. ENVI_037 - Reducing acid rain or its effects

4.38. ENVI_038 - Reducing particulates (soot)

4.39. ENVI_039 - Reducing CO2 emissions

4.40. ENVI_040 - Reducing CO2 in the air eg. Iron seeding oceans, converting to hydrocarbons

4.41. ENVI_041 - Carbon footprints

4.42. ENVI_042 - Carbon neutral and biofuels

4.43. ENVI_043 - Economic, environmental and social effects of biofuels

4.44. ENVI_044 - Green chemistry

4.45. ENVI_045 - Landfill and burning

4.46. ENVI_046 - Recycling metals

4.47. ENVI_047 - Recycling aluminium

4.48. ENVI_048 - Recycling non metals

4.49. ENVI_049 - Limits to recycling

4.50. ENVI_050 - Problems with plastics, biodegradable and recycling

4.51. ENVI_051 - Life cycle assement

5. TEST - Chemical Tests

5.1. TEST_001 - Collecting and identifying gases

5.2. TEST_002 - Testing for hydrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide and chlorine

5.3. TEST_003 - Testing for water

5.4. TEST_004 - Indicators

5.5. TEST_005 - Testing for positive ions

5.6. TEST_006 - Testing for negative ions

5.7. TEST_007 - Testing for chlorides, bromides and iodides

5.8. TEST_008 - Chromatography - paper and thin layer

5.9. TEST_009 - Spectrometry

6. CALC - Chemical Calculations

6.1. CALC_001 - Sampling techniques

6.2. CALC_002 - Reliability, accuracy and precision

6.3. CALC_003 - Calculating relative atomic mass

6.4. CALC_004 - What is a weighted average?

6.5. CALC_005 - Theoretical yield and losses

6.6. CALC_006 - What is a mole?

6.7. CALC_007 - Using moles

6.8. CALC_008 - Calculating molarity

6.9. CALC_009 - Working out formulae from percentage composition

6.10. CALC_010 - Converting from empirical to molecular formulae

6.11. CALC_011 - Calculating gas volumes

6.12. CALC_012 - Molar volumes of gases

6.13. CALC_013 - Calculating molar volumes using experimental data

6.14. CALC_014 - Avogadro's number

6.15. CALC_015 - Calculating concentration

6.16. CALC_016 - Calculating percentage mass

6.17. CALC_017 - Empirical formula

6.18. CALC_018 - Calculating masses in reactions

6.19. CALC_019 - Calcuting masses in electrolysis

6.20. CALC_020 - Atom economy

6.21. CALC_021 - Percentage yield

6.22. CALC_022 - Concentration formula and calculations

6.23. CALC_023 - Standard solutions

6.24. CALC_024 - Titration - method

6.25. CALC_025 - Titration - uses

6.26. CALC_026 - Titration - calculation

6.27. CALC_027 - Acid-base titration

7. ABPH - Acids, bases and alkalis

7.1. ABPH_001 - What makes something acid?

7.2. ABPH_002 - pH scale

7.3. ABPH_003 - Simple indicators of acids and bases

7.4. ABPH_004 - Bronsted-Lowry Theory

7.5. ABPH_005 - Strong and weak acids

7.6. ABPH_006 - Strong and weak alkalis

7.7. ABPH_007 - Acid + Metal

7.8. ABPH_008 - Acid + Metal oxide

7.9. ABPH_009 - Acid + Metal hydroxide

7.10. ABPH_010 - Acid + Metal carbonate

7.11. ABPH_011 - Making sulphuric acid

7.12. ABPH_012 - Ammonium salts and solutions

7.13. ABPH_013 - Other acids

7.14. ABPH_014 - Stomach acid, its purpose and antacid treatments

7.15. ABPH_015 - What makes things alkali?

7.16. ABPH_016 - Neutralisation of alkalis

7.17. ABPH_017 - What are salts?

7.18. ABPH_018 - Making salts

7.19. ABPH_019 - Production of nitrates, sulfates and chlorides

7.20. ABPH_020 - Solubility rules of different salts

7.21. ABPH_021 - Making sodium, potassium and ammonium salts

7.22. ABPH_022 - Making insoluble salts

7.23. ABPH_023 - Making salts by direct combination

7.24. ABPH_024 - Barium meals - why they are useful and safe

7.25. ABPH_025 - Chemicals from salt

7.26. ABPH_026 - Salt mining

7.27. ABPH_027 - Salt and diet