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Chemistry GCSE Revision: Chemical Analysis

Chemical analysis is an integral and crucial part of chemistry. Great discoveries and advancements wouldn’t have been possible without analytical chemistry, which determines the chemical composition and molecular structure of all substances. Continue reading to revise topics in chemical analysis, including the various analytical techniques it uses. Analysing and Identifying Substances Chemical analysis can either be qualitative or quantitative. Analysis is...

Chemistry GCSE Revision: Organic Chemistry

Organic chemistry is one of the most difficult science subjects – one that even science majors find challenging. If you’re in secondary school and preparing for your GCSE in science, you probably know what we’re talking about.  Not only does organic chemistry involve understanding complex concepts and memorising molecular structures, you’ll also need to learn the standard nomenclature system and...

Chemistry GCSE Revision: The Rate and Extent of Chemical Change

Chemical reactions can be fast or slow – just think about the difference between exploding dynamite and a rusting iron gate. What’s the main difference? The rate of chemical change. One happens in a split second while the other can take decades before it’s fully completed.  Another main difference is the extent of chemical reaction, meaning how much of the...