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  • Author:
    Roland Smith
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    978-0074708378
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    McGraw-Hill (2000)
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Acknowledgments About this book To the student The NSW Board of Studies' list of verbs Module 1 The Production of Materials CHAPTER 1 Ethylene, polymers and ethanol CHAPTER 2 Electrochemistry CHAPTER 3 Nuclear chemistry Extended Response Exam-style Questions and Revision Test for Module 1 Module 1 and the New South Wales HSC syllabus Module 2 The Acidic Environment CHAPTER 4 Acids and.

HSC Course (red book). currently published by Nelson Cengage Learning. Conquering Chemistry does not contain experiments. However the publisher has produced two Teacher Resource CDs that include, among other things, full procedures for all the compulsory experiments (first-hand investigations) required for both the Preliminary and the HSC courses.

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The accompanying eText provides more flexibility for study, with a PDF copy of the text for use in class or at home.

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Publisher: Coordination Group PublicationsType: Textbook. AQA GCSE Chemistry student book (Nigel English) (A -G) Longman Pearsons.