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Properties of Metals

Metals are everywhere! They even make up the vast majority of the periodic table - it's only elements on the far right that are non metals. The ones in the m...
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Impacts Of Extracting Metals

Your examiners will expect you to have a knowledge to the impacts of extracting metals. Pros And Cons Pros: Pro: You get a useful product Pro: Local...
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Getting Metal From Rocks: Copper

More reactive metals react more vigorously than less reactive metals. This is important because if you put a reactive metal into a solution of a dissolved metal...
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Getting Metals From Rocks

Some unreactive metals, like gold, are found in the earth just as themselves. The rest though you have to get out of rocks....and that can get pretty tricky. ...
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Using Limestone

Limestone is pretty boring right? Well read on and you'll actually find out that you are completely...well...right...but you need to know about it for the exam....
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Balancing Equations

If you want to get a good grade you're going to have to become a ninja at balancing equations. We've included a few examples at the bottom of this page so you c...
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Compounds

When atoms of the same type come together they form elements, but when different atoms come together they form compounds....and that just added a whole new leve...
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Electron Shells

OK, this page basically explains the whole of chemistry. This doesn't mean you can get away with just revising this one page though....sorry about that. So h...
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The Periodic Table

This shows all the elements we know about. It arranges stuff in a nice order based on their properties. It also sets out shorthand for the name of each elem...
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Atom And Elements

Atoms are the building blocks of everything in the universe. They are so small that you can only see them with an incredibly powerful microscope. They have a fe...