File - Ms Hotchin SCSC

Principles and application of spectroscopic techniques of data from AAS, mass spectroscopy, IR, NMR and
Matching analytical techniques to a particular task
Be able to describe each technique and explain how it works
Analyse(read) all the different technique spectrums to identify the atoms or groups present in the sample
Understand what each technique is for and what samples can be used for a particular technique
Understand the techniques and principles for , simple titrations, back titrations, acid-base and redox
Calculations including the amount of solids, liquids and gases
Read and analyse pH curve graphs
Explain gravimetric analysis
Match techniques to particular tasks
Principles and applications of chromatographic techniques and interpretation of qualitative and quantitative
data from thin layer chromatography (TLC), high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and gas
chromatography (GC).
Structure and systematic nomenclature of alkanes, amines, chloroalkanes, alkanols and carboxylic acids up
to C10 (identify functional groups)
Common reactions of organic compounds, addition reactions of alkenes, substitution reactions of alkanes
and primary chloroalkanes, oxidation of primary alkanols and esterification.
Explain and describe fractional distillation
Write and define organic reaction pathways including the production of esters from alkanes, condensation
and polymerisation reactions that produce large biomolecules
Explain stages for Primary, secondary and tertiary structure of proteins and function of protein
Biochemical fuels including fermentation of sugars to produce ethanol
Know The structure of bonding in DNA and its applications in forensic analysis
Comprehend the Use of proteins as markers for disease
Understand the biological applications for the Function of organic molecules in the design of synthesis of
medicines, including the production of aspirin from salicylic acid