YEAR 12 and 13 chemistry
- Chemistry is the study of the composition of materials and their interaction.
- These are academic subjects, requiring a sound background in Year 11 Science and competence in mathematics (MAE) is a suggested co-requisite)
- Chemistry at Level 2 and 3 is vital for a large number of careers and tertiary courses.
- As well as chemical knowledge, students should gain skill in problem-solving, pattern recognition, constructing logical arguments and comprehension.
91161: Carry out quantitative analysis, 4 credits INTERNAL
91163: Identify ions in solution, 3 credits INTERNAL
91164: Bonding and Thermochemistry, 5 credits EXTERNAL
91165: Organic chemistry, 4 credits EXTERNAL
91166: Chemical equilibrium systems, 4 credits EXTERNAL
91167: Redox reactions, 3 credits INTERNAL
91388: Demonstrate understanding of spectroscopic data in Chemistry, 3 credits INTERNAL
91389: Demonstrate understanding of chemical processes in the world around us, 3 credits INTERNAL
91393: Demonstrate understanding of oxidation-reduction, 3 credits INTERNAL
91390: Demonstrate understanding of thermochemical principles and the properties of particles and substances, 5 credits EXTERNAL
91391: Demonstrate understanding of the properties of organic compounds, 5 credits EXTERNAL
91392: Demonstrate understanding of equilibrium principles in aqueous systems, 5 credits EXTERNAL