Self Assessment Checklist – Measurement and Experimental Chemistry

Knowing the learning objectives is the first step in acing Chemistry. Master the essential concepts and apply them to interesting Chemistry questions confidently. Topical syllabus objective checklists are available here for your self-assessment. These checklists are based on Cambridge O-level Syllabus. Conduct self assessment when you revise. Tick against objectives that you can confidently say ‘I Can Do It’. Revise objectives that you are unsure of. Knowing what you need to know builds confidence in tackling questions.

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Self Assessment Checklist - Measurement and Experimental Chemistry

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aName appropriate apparatus for the measurement of time, temperature, mass and volumes of gases and liquids, including burettes, pipettes, measuring cylinders and gas syringes.
bSuggest suitable apparatus, given relevant information, for a variety of simple experiments, including drying and collection of gases and measurement of rates of reaction.
cState the solubility and density of common gases such as oxygen, carbon dioxide, ammonia, chlorine, hydrogen, hydrogen chloride and sulfur dioxide.
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