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KIT SAM LAM BING YIM SECONARY SCHOOL
F.4 Chemistry
Teaching Schedule (2010-11)
Teacher: Yu Pui Fun
Textbook: Chemistry,A modern view 1 & 2 , Aristo
Week Contents
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Chapter 1: Fundamentals of chemistry
1.1 What is Chemistry?
1.2 Chemistry in our lives today
1.3 Classification of mater
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1.4 Properties of substances
1.5 Physical and chemical properties
1.6 Working in chemical changes
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Chapter 2: The atmosphere
2.1 Getting to know our planet Earth
2.2 The atmosphere
2.3 Separation of oxygen and nitrogen
2.4 Properties of oxygen
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Unit 3 : The ocean
3.1 Introducing oceans and seas
3.2 Composition of sea water
3.3 Extraction of salt
3.4 Tests for sodium chloride
3.5 Electrolysis of sea water
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Chapter 4: Rocks and minerals
4.1 Rocks
4.2 Extracting metals from their ores
4.3 Formation of chalk, limestone and marble
4.4 Weathering
4.5 Tests for calcium carbonate
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Chapter 5: Atomic structure
5.1 Element
5.2 Classification of elements
5.3 Classification of metals
5.4 Chemical symbols
5.5 Atoms
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5.6 Structure of atoms
5.7 Atomic number and mass number
5.8 Isotopes
5.9 Relative masses of atoms
5.10 Arrangement of electrons
5.11 Noble gases
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Chapter 6: Periodic Table
6.1 Elements with similar chemical properties
6.2 The periodic table
6.3 Group I, II, VII, O elements
6.4 Chemical properties of elements
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Chapter 7: Chemical bonding: ionic bond
7.1 Formation of ions
Practical Work
Investigating the action
of heat, water and acids
on calcium carbonate
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7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
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Chapter 8 Chemical bonding: Covalent bonding
8.1 Covalent bonds
8.2 Formation of chemical bonds
8.3 Summary
8.4 Relative molecular mass and
formula mass
Chapter 9 Structure, bonding and properties
9.1 Giant ionic, covalent compounds
9.2 Properties of substances
9.3 Giant metallic structure
9.4 Properties of metals
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Colours and migration of ions
Formulae of ions
Elements and ions
Chemical bonds
Ionic bond
Structure
Formulae
Chapter 10: Occurrence and extraction of metals
10.1 Uses of metals and their properties
10.2 Occurrence and extraction of metals
10.3 Conservation of metal resources
Chapter 11 Reactivity of metals
11.1 Comparing the reactivity of metals
11.2 Chemical equation
11.3 Displacement reactions
Chapter 12 Reacting masses
12.1 Mole concept
12.2 Percentage by mass
12.3 Chemical formulae
12.4 Empirical formulae
12.5 Molecular formulae
12.6 Calculation based on equations
Chapter 13: Corrosion of metals and their protection
13.1 Corrosion of metals
13.2 Rusting
13.3 Factors that speed up rusting
13.4 Observe rusting
17-18 Examination
13.5 Protection from rusting
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13.6 Implications of rusting
13.7 Corrosion resistance of aluminium
Chapter 14 Introducing to acids and alkalis
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14.1 Common acid
14.2 Chemical reactions of acids
14.3 Hydrogen ions
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14.4 Role of water
14.5 Basicity of acid
14.6 Common alkalis
Compare relative ease of
obtaining metals from the
oxides
1. Reaction of suitable
metals with oxygen,
water and acids
2. Displacement reactions of
metals in aqueous solution
1. Compare corrosion of iron
in distilled water and in sea
water.
2. Experiment on
corrosion of iron and
iron coupled magnesium
in gel with an indicator.
1. To investigate the
properties of acids
2. Compare the actions of
dilute and conc.
Hydrochloric acid on zinc
and sodium carbonate
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14.7 Chemical reactions of alkalis
14.8 Alkaline properties
14.9 Corrosive nature
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Chapter 15: Concentration of solutions
15.1 Concentration of solution
15.2 Calculation
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Chapter 16 Indicators and pH
16.1 pH scales
16.2 Common indicators
16.3 Measuring pH
16.4 Importance of pH
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Chapter 17 Strengths of acids and alkalis
17.1 Strength of acids and alkalis
17.2 Strong and weak acids, alkalis
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Chapter 18 Salts and neutralization
18.1 Neutralization of acid and alkali
18.2 Exothermic
18.3 Preparation of salts
18.4 Naming of salt
18.5 Application
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Chapter 19
19.1 Volumetric analysis
19.2 Standard solutions
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19.3 Acid-alkali titrations
19.4 Calculation
19.5 Writing a laboratory report
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Chapter 20:Hydrocarabons from fossil fuels
20.1 Energy source
20.2 Coal
20.3 Petroleum and natural gas
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20.4 Refining petroleum
20.5 Using petroleum and natural gas
Chapter 21 Consequences of using fossil fuel
21.1 Burning of fuels
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21.2 Environmental problems
21.3 Reducing the emission of air pollutants
21.4 Energy crisis
Chapter 22 Hhomologous series
22.1 Organic compound
22.2 Structural formulae
22.3 Classification of organic compounds
22.4 Naming
22.5 Structural formulae
Chapter 23 Alkanes and alkenes
23.1 Petroleum
23.2 Cracking
23.3 Cracking in laboratory
Volumetric titration
of hydrochloric acid against
sodium hydroxide solution
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23.4 Alkenes
Chapter 24 Addition polymers
24.1 Plastics
24.2 What is plastic
24.3 Addition polymerization
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24.4
24.5
24.6
24.7
Properties and uses of some addition polymers
Thermoplastics
Plastics and economy
Environmental issues related to the use of plastics
Test for unsaturation by
bromine solution.
Test for unsaturation by
Acidified potassium
permanganate
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