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CHEMISTRY SPM

CHEMISTRY FORM 4


CHAPTER 2: THE STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM
            2.1    Rutheford atomic model
            2.2    Bohr atomic model
            2.3    Atomic symbol, proton number and nucleon number
            2.4    Structure of an atom
            2.5    Electron arrangement of atom

CHAPTER 3: CHEMICAL FORMULAE AND EQUATIONS
            3.1    Understanding of mole concept
            3.2    Mass and moles of an element
            3.3    Empirical formula of magnesium oxide
            3.4    Empirical formula of copper (II) oxide

CHAPTER 4: PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTS
            4.1   Introduction of periodic table
            4.2   Dmitri Mendeleev periodic table
            4.3   Physical properties of Group 1 
            4.4   Reactivity of Group 1
            4.5   Physical properties of Group 17 
            4.6   Reactivity of Group 17 
            4.7   Characteristics of transition metal 

CHAPTER 5: CHEMICAL BONDS
            5.1   Ionic bond
            5.2   Covalent bond
            5.3   Lewis dot structure of covalent bond
            5.4   Electrical conductivity of ionic compound

CHAPTER 6: ELECTROCHEMISTRY
            6.1   Understanding of electrolyte
            6.2   Understanding of electrolysis 
            6.3   Electrolysis of concentrated sodium chloride 
            6.4   Types of electrodes affect product of electrolysis 
            6.5   Electrolysis of copper sulphate using carbon and copper
            6.6   Electroplating of metal
            6.7   Purification of metal
            6.8   Extraction of metal   
            6.9   Daniell cell
            6.10 Displacement of metal from salt solution
            6.11 Constructing electrochemical series 

CHAPTER 7: ACIDS AND BASES   
            7.1   Understanding of acid and base
            7.2   Strength of acid 
            7.3   Differences between strong acid and weak acid
            7.4   Strength of alkali
            7.5   pH scale
            7.6   Concentration of solution - molarity
            7.7   Preparing a standard solution
            7.8   Neutralization reaction 
            7.9   Examples of acid - base indicator
            7.10 Titration method 
            7.11 Determining molarity of solution


CHAPTER 8: SALTS
            8.1   Preparation of insoluble salt
            8.2   Application of precipitation of salt 

CHAPTER 9: MANUFACTURED SUBSTANCES IN INDUSTRY
            9.1   Contact process
            9.2   Haber process
            9.3   Making of alloy 

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CHEMISTRY FORM 5

CHAPTER 1: RATE OF REACTION
            1.1   Understanding of rate of reaction
            1.2   Collision theory 
            1.3   Concentration affects rate of reaction
            1.4   Catalyst affects rate of reaction 

CHAPTER 2: CARBON COMPOUNDS
            2.1   Differences between alkanes and alkenes
            2.2   Hydrogenation 
            2.3   Manufacture of ethanol
            2.4   Dehydration of alcohol
            2.5   Carboxylic acid
            2.6   Esterification

CHAPTER 3: OXIDATION AND REDUCTION
            3.1   Redox reaction
            3.2   Rules of oxidation number
            3.3   Conversion of Iron (II) to Iron (III) and vice versa
            3.4   Redox reaction in displacement of metal
            3.5   Rusting of iron
            3.6   Redox reaction in electrochemistry reaction 

CHAPTER 4: THERMOCHEMISTRY
            4.1   Exothermic and endothermic reaction

CHAPTER 5: CHEMISTRY FOR CONSUMER
            5.1   Making of soap