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Chemistry Transition Work
Welcome and congratulations on choosing to study Chemistry at A Level!
Chemistry ties together so many facets of our lives, both scientific and every day. An understanding and appreciation of the subject provides many with a new outlook on an ever changing world.
Chemistry at A Level is a crucial requirement of many scientific degrees – from Medicine and Dentistry to Chemical Engineering and Pharmacy. Chemistry can stand alone as a science subject and is also complementary to Geography, Maths and Psychology in addition to its partners Biology and Physics.
Your study of Chemistry will be divided into three units
- Physical Chemistry – Builds on what you learn at GCSE about the structure of the atom and chemical calculations providing a firm grounding on which to build the A Level chemistry course.
- Organic Chemistry – This is the study of organic molecules (those containing hydrogen and carbons) which are usually found in living organisms.
- Inorganic Chemistry – This is the study of non-organic molecules and includes metallic as well as non-metallic compounds.
The work and resources highlighted here aim to give you an insight into there area and help you make a strong start to your study of the subject at Advanced Level.
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