YEAR 12 The clever HSC Study Cards will provide you with key information you need to know to help ensure HSC success ...if you have the information, the rest is up to you. The design is simple so that you can carry the cards in your pocket. This means you can swot in the bus or the car, or take a quick look before lessons or even when on holidays. Features * Written by key subject authors and course experts.* All relevant knowledge and skill objectives are covered.* Topics are clearly identified* Each card is numbered for easy reference.* Dot point format makes it easy to memorise key information
Production of materials - 22 cards 1 Petroleum and fractional distillation 2 Catalytic cracking 3 Chemical properties of hydrocarbons 4 Petrochemicals derived from ethylene 5 Addition polymerisation 6 Properties of polymers 7 Condensation polymers 8 Cellulose 9 Biopolymers 10 Production of ethanol 11 Properties of ethanol 12 Ethanol as a fuel 13 Metals and displacement reactions 14 Galvanic cells 15 Cell potentials 16 Batteries 17 Batteries and society 1 18 Batteries and society 2 19 Nuclear stability 20 Production of new elements and radioisotopes 21 Uses of radioisotopes 22 Detecting radiation The acidic environment - 26 cards 1 Acidic, basic or neutral 2 Neutralisation 3 Indicators 4 Uses of indicators 5 Colour of universal indicator 6 Oxides - acidic, basic, amphoteric or neutral 7 Periodic trends in acidity of oxides 8 Equilibrium and L Chatelier's Principle 9 Examples of Le Chatelier's Principle 10 Oxides in the atmosphere 11 Acid rain and the environment 12 Mole calculations involving gases 13 Strength and concentration of acids 14 Degree of ionisation of a weak acid 15 Acidity and pH 16 The pH of strong and weak acid solutions 17 The history of ideas about acids and bases 18 The Br?nsted-Lowry (B-L) Theory 19 Hydrolysis reactions and amphiprotism 20 Buffers 21 Titrations 1 22 Titrations 2 23 Alkanols, alkanoic acids and esters 24 Preparation of esters 25 Esterification 26 Uses of esters Chemical monitoring and management - 21 cards 1 The role of industrial chemists 2 Monitoring combustion reactions 3 The ammonia industry 4 The Haber process 5 The history of the Haber process 6 Improving yields in the Haber process 7 Anion elimination tests 8 Cation elimination tests 9 Sulfate content of a fertiliser 10 Atomic absorption spectroscopy 11 Composition of the atmosphere 12 Atmospheric pollutants 13 Ozone in the stratosphere 14 Oxygen allotropes 15 The ozone hole and CFCs 16 CFCs and halon nomenclature 17 Reversing the ozone damage 18 Testing water properties 1 19 Testing water properties 2 20 Purification of water 21 Treatment of waste water ? ?