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Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

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Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

Manishaa - A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

 

Get an A* in A-Level Chemistry – 20 Hours of Video Tutorials for just £29

Comes with practice questions, textbook and flashcards.

Introduction

A-Level Chemistry is HARD, there’s no denying it! Trying to cram all the theory, memorising all the practicals and applying it all to exam technique – they don’t make it easy. It’s no wonder that only 8% last year scored the top A* grade required by many universities 😩-

Many missed out on their university and had to reapply.

How would you feel if there was a revision tool that mapped out the entire specification in a scientifically-proven method of getting results?

A tool which showed you how to perfect exam technique 🤔

That’s why we’ve build this course with videos, textbooks, flashcards, past papers and more. 🧬🔬

Best of all, it has been verified and certified by the UK’s Leading AQA, CIE, OCR and Edexcel A-Level Chemistry Examiners 👨‍🏫

What does our course include?

• 200 Video Tutorials for all parts of AQA, CIE, OCR, Edexcel Specifications

• Revision Notes for Every Chapter with Exclusive Examiner Tips

• Access until June 2022

No more spending ages looking for past papers or hours trying to learn a topic that isn’t explained well in the official textbook. 🙌

Get immediately download Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

Next Steps

All you need to do is click “Enroll in Course” button and you’ll get access to all of the above for one single joining fee of £29 (No monthly charge). You will get access until June 2022 💯

Do you want to take your chances with just reading a textbook and doing some past papers or do you want to go the extra mile by covering all your bases to secure your A* and your dream university?

So, enrol onto our course today and start your journey towards an A* in A-Level Chemistry! 🚀

Course Curriculum
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21. Subatomic Particles (6:54)

22. Atomic and Mass Numbers (10:15)
23. Element Isotopes (4:42)
24. Mass Spectrometry (22:25)
25. Electrons in Atoms (13:41)
26. Electron Arrangement (16:33)
27. Measuring Relative Masses (9:13)
28. The Mole and the Avogrado Constant (8:58)
29. Further Mole calculations (17:52)
30. The Ideal Gas Equation (10:14)
31. Empirical and Molecular Formulae (17:15)
32. Balancing Chemical Equations (20:26)
33. Stoichiometric Calculations (14:31)
34. Calculating Percentage Yield (8:47)
35. Percentage Atom Economy (7:57)
36. Ion Formation (5:51)
37. Properties of Ionic Bonding (10:33)
38. Covalent Bonds (9:05)
39. Properties of Covalent Structures (5:33)
40. Properties of Metallic Bonding (5:06)
41. Carbon Allotropes (7:25)
42. Predicting Bonding Types (7:28)
43. Molecular Shapes (18:20)
44. Bond Polarity (14:04)
45. Forces between Molecules (21:11)
46. Hydrogen Bonding in Water (11:16)
51. Reaction Rates and the Collision Theory (16:03)
52. Maxwell–Boltzmann Distribution (14:31)
53. Chemical Equilibria and Le Chatelier’s Principle (15:52)
54. Chemical Equilibria applied to Industry (7:29)
55. Calculations with Equilibrium Constants (22:13)
56. Oxidation States (14:44)
57. Redox Processes (5:03)
58. Balancing Redox Equations (12:13)
59. Classification (6:13)
60. Trends along Period 3 (9:04)
62. Ionisation Energies (24:08)
64. Group 2, The Alkaline Earth Metals (5:25)
65. Reactions of Group 2 Elements (16:06)
66. Uses of Group 2 Elements and their Compunds (5:05)
67. Group 7, The Halogens (9:55)
68. Reactions of the Halogens (10:12)
69. Disproportionation Reactions in Halogens (9:36)
70. Reducing power of Halide Ions (11:06)
71. Testing for Ions (9:21)
72. Naming and Representing Organic Compounds (23:07)
73. Introduction to Functional Groups (4:37)
74. General Formulae (3:23)
75. Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry (13:32)
76. Isomers (6:26)
77. E/Z Isomerism (20:45)
78. Alkanes: Properties and Reactivity (21:00)
79. Obtaining Alkanes (6:06)
80. Introduction to Halogenoalkanes (10:44)
81. Reactivity of Halogenoalkanes (16:08)
82. Environmental impact of Halogenoalkanes (10:48)
83. Alkene Reactivity (20:07)
84. Addition Polymerisation in Alkenes (10:07)
85. Introduction to Alcohols (7:19)
86. Alcohol oxidation (9:11)
87. Reactivity of Alcohols (18:55)
88. Alcohol production (6:33)
89. Identification of Functional Groups (10:29)

90. Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy (12:04)
91. Lattice Enthalpies (4:20)
92. Enthalpy Key Terms (13:01)
93. Construction of Born-Haber Cycles (7:20)
94. Calculations involving Born-Haber Cycles (7:25)
95. Enthalpy of Hydration (2:42)
96. Enthalpy of Solution (2:23)
97. Calculating Enthalpy of Solution (3:19)
98. Introduction to Entropy (4:11)
99. Total Entropy Changes (5:08)
100. Entropy Change Predictions (3:21)

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101. Gibbs Free Energy (3:45)
102. Calculations involving Free Energy (6:06)
103. Measuring Rate of Reaction
104. The Rate Equation (2:20)
105. Introduction to Order of Reactions (2:37)
106. The Rate Constant (5:11)
107. Temperature Changes and the Rate Constant (10:18)
108. Determining Orders of Reaction Graphically (4:49)
109. Determining Orders of Reactions Experimentally (5:37)
110. Uses of Clock Reactions (4:09)
111. Reaction Half Lives
112. Reaction Determining Steps (5:51)
113. Gas Partial Pressures (5:19)
114. Gas Equilibria and Kp (8:55)
115. Le Chatelier’s Principle in Gas Equilibria (4:46)
116. Changing Kp (4:20)
117. Half Cells and Full Cells (9:56)
118. Electrode Potentials (14:09)
119. Representing Electrochemical Cells (3:58)
120. Electrochemical cells Reactions (8:08)
121. Commercial Applications of Fuel Cells (11:58)
122. Brownsted-Lowry Acid-Base Equilibrium (8:42)
123. Strength of Acids and Bases (3:19)
124. Neutralisation Reactions (3:39)
125. The pH scale and Strong acids (7:14)
126. The Acid Dissociation Constant, Ka (6:31)
127. More Ka Calculations (6:14)
128. Ionic Product of Water (5:11)
129. pH of Strong Bases (9:52)
130. Dilutions and pH (2:25)
131. Buffer Action (24:38)
132. Titrations (3:37)
133. Acid-base Indicators (4:53)
134. Drawing pH Curves (13:06)
135. Reactivity of Period 3 Elements (5:48)
136. Properties of Period 3 Compounds (17:47)
137. The Transition metals (3:36)
138. Variable Oxidation States (2:06)
139. Characteristics of Transition Metals (4:30)
140. Introduction to Complex Ions (5:57)
141. Ligands (4:01)
142. Complex Ion Shape (4:15)
143. Cis Trans Isomerism in Complex Ions (3:16)
144. Optical Isomerism in Complex Ions (2:12)
145. Colours of Transition Metal Ions (10:35)
146. Ligand Substitution Reactions (21:43)
147. Redox Reactions Revisited (2:40)
148. Redox Potentials (4:27)
149. Redox Titrations (4:11)
150. Using Potassium Permanganate in Redox Titrations (15:14)
151. Iodine-Sodium Thiosulfate Titrations (10:10)
152. Examples of Redox in Transition Metals (8:51)
153. 12.2, 12.23 (6:15)
154. Transiton Metals as Homogeneous Catalysts (3:10)
155. Autocatalysis in Transition Metals (2:53)
156. Metal Ions in Solution (8:35)
157. Precipitation Reactions of Metal Ions in Solution (17:47)
158. Testing for Cations (5:56)
159. Testing for Anions (9:08)
160. Optical Isomerism (10:30)
161. Carbonyl Compounds (4:09)
162. Reactivity of Carbonyl Compunds (11:28)
163. Testing for Carbonyl Compounds (6:52)
164. Reactions to Increase Carbon Chain Length (4:34)
165. Properties and Reactivity of Carboxylic Acids (16:51)
166. Properties and Reactivity of Esters (13:03)
167. Acyl Groups (23:56)
168. Structure of Amides (6:40)
169. Introduction to Benzene (6:35)
170. Delocalisation Model of Benzene (2:45)
171. Benzene Nomenclature (4:22)
172. Electrophilic Substitution Reactions in Benzene (7:46)
173. Halogenation Reactions in Benzene (6:29)
174. Friedel-Crafts Acylation and Alkylation (12:16)
175. Reactivity of Substituted Benzene (13:09)
176. Introduction to Amines (8:45)
177. Amine Synthesis (9:45)
178. Properties and Reactivity of Amines (13:40)
179. Nitriles (3:02)
180. Condensation Polymers (3:48)
181. Polyamide Formation (3:45)
182. Polymer Biodegradability (4:04)
183. Polymer Disposal (2:42)
184. Structure of Amino Acids (8:08)
185. Structure of Proteins (14:15)
186. Enzyme Action (4:07)

187. DNA (6:33)
188. DNA Replication (6:11)
189. Practical Preparation Techniques (4:14)
190. Practical Purification Techniques (9:00)
191. Organic Synthesis: Aliphatic Compounds (12:06)
192. Organic Synthesis: Aromatic Compounds (8:02)
193. Considerations in Organic Synthesis (1:47)
194. Chromatography (13:58)
195. Different Types of Chromatography (9:45)
196. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (3:10)
197. NMR Samples and Standards (2:00)
198. Types of NMR: Carbon 13 (8:32)
199.Types of NMR: Hydrogen (6:51)
200. High Resolution 1H NMR (8:32)
201. Deuterium use in 1H NMR (6:42)

 

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Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

Manishaa - A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

 

Get an A* in A-Level Chemistry – 20 Hours of Video Tutorials for just £29

Comes with practice questions, textbook and flashcards.

Introduction

A-Level Chemistry is HARD, there’s no denying it! Trying to cram all the theory, memorising all the practicals and applying it all to exam technique – they don’t make it easy. It’s no wonder that only 8% last year scored the top A* grade required by many universities 😩-

Many missed out on their university and had to reapply.

How would you feel if there was a revision tool that mapped out the entire specification in a scientifically-proven method of getting results?

A tool which showed you how to perfect exam technique 🤔

That’s why we’ve build this course with videos, textbooks, flashcards, past papers and more. 🧬🔬

Best of all, it has been verified and certified by the UK’s Leading AQA, CIE, OCR and Edexcel A-Level Chemistry Examiners 👨‍🏫

What does our course include?

• 200 Video Tutorials for all parts of AQA, CIE, OCR, Edexcel Specifications

• Revision Notes for Every Chapter with Exclusive Examiner Tips

• Access until June 2022

No more spending ages looking for past papers or hours trying to learn a topic that isn’t explained well in the official textbook. 🙌

Get immediately download Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)

Next Steps

All you need to do is click “Enroll in Course” button and you’ll get access to all of the above for one single joining fee of £29 (No monthly charge). You will get access until June 2022 💯

Do you want to take your chances with just reading a textbook and doing some past papers or do you want to go the extra mile by covering all your bases to secure your A* and your dream university?

So, enrol onto our course today and start your journey towards an A* in A-Level Chemistry! 🚀

Course Curriculum
Want Personalised Help? Get 1-1 Tutoring

Why 1-1 Tutoring?

A-level Chemistry All Boards Course

21. Subatomic Particles (6:54)

22. Atomic and Mass Numbers (10:15)
23. Element Isotopes (4:42)
24. Mass Spectrometry (22:25)
25. Electrons in Atoms (13:41)
26. Electron Arrangement (16:33)
27. Measuring Relative Masses (9:13)
28. The Mole and the Avogrado Constant (8:58)
29. Further Mole calculations (17:52)
30. The Ideal Gas Equation (10:14)
31. Empirical and Molecular Formulae (17:15)
32. Balancing Chemical Equations (20:26)
33. Stoichiometric Calculations (14:31)
34. Calculating Percentage Yield (8:47)
35. Percentage Atom Economy (7:57)
36. Ion Formation (5:51)
37. Properties of Ionic Bonding (10:33)
38. Covalent Bonds (9:05)
39. Properties of Covalent Structures (5:33)
40. Properties of Metallic Bonding (5:06)
41. Carbon Allotropes (7:25)
42. Predicting Bonding Types (7:28)
43. Molecular Shapes (18:20)
44. Bond Polarity (14:04)
45. Forces between Molecules (21:11)
46. Hydrogen Bonding in Water (11:16)
51. Reaction Rates and the Collision Theory (16:03)
52. Maxwell–Boltzmann Distribution (14:31)
53. Chemical Equilibria and Le Chatelier’s Principle (15:52)
54. Chemical Equilibria applied to Industry (7:29)
55. Calculations with Equilibrium Constants (22:13)
56. Oxidation States (14:44)
57. Redox Processes (5:03)
58. Balancing Redox Equations (12:13)
59. Classification (6:13)
60. Trends along Period 3 (9:04)
62. Ionisation Energies (24:08)
64. Group 2, The Alkaline Earth Metals (5:25)
65. Reactions of Group 2 Elements (16:06)
66. Uses of Group 2 Elements and their Compunds (5:05)
67. Group 7, The Halogens (9:55)
68. Reactions of the Halogens (10:12)
69. Disproportionation Reactions in Halogens (9:36)
70. Reducing power of Halide Ions (11:06)
71. Testing for Ions (9:21)
72. Naming and Representing Organic Compounds (23:07)
73. Introduction to Functional Groups (4:37)
74. General Formulae (3:23)
75. Reaction Mechanisms in Organic Chemistry (13:32)
76. Isomers (6:26)
77. E/Z Isomerism (20:45)
78. Alkanes: Properties and Reactivity (21:00)
79. Obtaining Alkanes (6:06)
80. Introduction to Halogenoalkanes (10:44)
81. Reactivity of Halogenoalkanes (16:08)
82. Environmental impact of Halogenoalkanes (10:48)
83. Alkene Reactivity (20:07)
84. Addition Polymerisation in Alkenes (10:07)
85. Introduction to Alcohols (7:19)
86. Alcohol oxidation (9:11)
87. Reactivity of Alcohols (18:55)
88. Alcohol production (6:33)
89. Identification of Functional Groups (10:29)

90. Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy (12:04)
91. Lattice Enthalpies (4:20)
92. Enthalpy Key Terms (13:01)
93. Construction of Born-Haber Cycles (7:20)
94. Calculations involving Born-Haber Cycles (7:25)
95. Enthalpy of Hydration (2:42)
96. Enthalpy of Solution (2:23)
97. Calculating Enthalpy of Solution (3:19)
98. Introduction to Entropy (4:11)
99. Total Entropy Changes (5:08)
100. Entropy Change Predictions (3:21)

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101. Gibbs Free Energy (3:45)
102. Calculations involving Free Energy (6:06)
103. Measuring Rate of Reaction
104. The Rate Equation (2:20)
105. Introduction to Order of Reactions (2:37)
106. The Rate Constant (5:11)
107. Temperature Changes and the Rate Constant (10:18)
108. Determining Orders of Reaction Graphically (4:49)
109. Determining Orders of Reactions Experimentally (5:37)
110. Uses of Clock Reactions (4:09)
111. Reaction Half Lives
112. Reaction Determining Steps (5:51)
113. Gas Partial Pressures (5:19)
114. Gas Equilibria and Kp (8:55)
115. Le Chatelier’s Principle in Gas Equilibria (4:46)
116. Changing Kp (4:20)
117. Half Cells and Full Cells (9:56)
118. Electrode Potentials (14:09)
119. Representing Electrochemical Cells (3:58)
120. Electrochemical cells Reactions (8:08)
121. Commercial Applications of Fuel Cells (11:58)
122. Brownsted-Lowry Acid-Base Equilibrium (8:42)
123. Strength of Acids and Bases (3:19)
124. Neutralisation Reactions (3:39)
125. The pH scale and Strong acids (7:14)
126. The Acid Dissociation Constant, Ka (6:31)
127. More Ka Calculations (6:14)
128. Ionic Product of Water (5:11)
129. pH of Strong Bases (9:52)
130. Dilutions and pH (2:25)
131. Buffer Action (24:38)
132. Titrations (3:37)
133. Acid-base Indicators (4:53)
134. Drawing pH Curves (13:06)
135. Reactivity of Period 3 Elements (5:48)
136. Properties of Period 3 Compounds (17:47)
137. The Transition metals (3:36)
138. Variable Oxidation States (2:06)
139. Characteristics of Transition Metals (4:30)
140. Introduction to Complex Ions (5:57)
141. Ligands (4:01)
142. Complex Ion Shape (4:15)
143. Cis Trans Isomerism in Complex Ions (3:16)
144. Optical Isomerism in Complex Ions (2:12)
145. Colours of Transition Metal Ions (10:35)
146. Ligand Substitution Reactions (21:43)
147. Redox Reactions Revisited (2:40)
148. Redox Potentials (4:27)
149. Redox Titrations (4:11)
150. Using Potassium Permanganate in Redox Titrations (15:14)
151. Iodine-Sodium Thiosulfate Titrations (10:10)
152. Examples of Redox in Transition Metals (8:51)
153. 12.2, 12.23 (6:15)
154. Transiton Metals as Homogeneous Catalysts (3:10)
155. Autocatalysis in Transition Metals (2:53)
156. Metal Ions in Solution (8:35)
157. Precipitation Reactions of Metal Ions in Solution (17:47)
158. Testing for Cations (5:56)
159. Testing for Anions (9:08)
160. Optical Isomerism (10:30)
161. Carbonyl Compounds (4:09)
162. Reactivity of Carbonyl Compunds (11:28)
163. Testing for Carbonyl Compounds (6:52)
164. Reactions to Increase Carbon Chain Length (4:34)
165. Properties and Reactivity of Carboxylic Acids (16:51)
166. Properties and Reactivity of Esters (13:03)
167. Acyl Groups (23:56)
168. Structure of Amides (6:40)
169. Introduction to Benzene (6:35)
170. Delocalisation Model of Benzene (2:45)
171. Benzene Nomenclature (4:22)
172. Electrophilic Substitution Reactions in Benzene (7:46)
173. Halogenation Reactions in Benzene (6:29)
174. Friedel-Crafts Acylation and Alkylation (12:16)
175. Reactivity of Substituted Benzene (13:09)
176. Introduction to Amines (8:45)
177. Amine Synthesis (9:45)
178. Properties and Reactivity of Amines (13:40)
179. Nitriles (3:02)
180. Condensation Polymers (3:48)
181. Polyamide Formation (3:45)
182. Polymer Biodegradability (4:04)
183. Polymer Disposal (2:42)
184. Structure of Amino Acids (8:08)
185. Structure of Proteins (14:15)
186. Enzyme Action (4:07)

187. DNA (6:33)
188. DNA Replication (6:11)
189. Practical Preparation Techniques (4:14)
190. Practical Purification Techniques (9:00)
191. Organic Synthesis: Aliphatic Compounds (12:06)
192. Organic Synthesis: Aromatic Compounds (8:02)
193. Considerations in Organic Synthesis (1:47)
194. Chromatography (13:58)
195. Different Types of Chromatography (9:45)
196. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (3:10)
197. NMR Samples and Standards (2:00)
198. Types of NMR: Carbon 13 (8:32)
199.Types of NMR: Hydrogen (6:51)
200. High Resolution 1H NMR (8:32)
201. Deuterium use in 1H NMR (6:42)

 

How can we deliver you the course?

- View and complete the download here: "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)"

- In some cases, the link is broken for any reason or the product pre-order, our Support Team will contact and update status "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)" within a few hours business days.

- If there is any problems about "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)" Please don't hesitate to contact us at email: [email protected] or contact us here. we'll be happy to help!

Your patience is appreciated. Thanks :)

One Time Payment of "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)" only $10

You will earn 10% Reward Points with "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)". A-Level Chemistry is HARD, there’s no denying it! Trying to cram all the theory, memorising all the practicals and applying it all to exam technique – they don’t make it easy. It’s no wonder that only 8% last year scored the top A* grade required by many universities 😩-

YES! I’m ready for my "Manishaa – A-Level Chemistry 🧪⚗️ (AQA, OCR, Edexcel, CIE)"

 

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