A-level Chemistry/OCR (Salters)/The Atmosphere
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The Atmosphere is the fourth unit in the Salters Advanced Chemistry course.
Chemical Storylines sections
- A1: What's in the air?
- A2: Screening the Sun
- A3: Ozone: a vital sunscreen
- A4: The CFC story
- A5: How bad is the ozone crisis
- A6: Trouble in the troposphere
- A7: Keeping the window open
- A8: Focus on carbon dioxide
- A9: Coping with carbon
- A10: Summary
Chemical Ideas sections
- 6.2 What happens when radiation interacts with matter?
- 6.3 Radiation and radicals
- 7.1 Chemical equilibrium
- 10.1 Factors affecting reaction rates
- 10.2 The effect of temperature on rate
- 10.5 What is a catalyst? (revision)
- 10.6 How do catalysts work?
- 13.1 Halogenoalkanes
- A2.1 What substances can act as sunscreens?
- A2.2 Investigating sunscreens
- A2.3 What is the effect of the atmosphere on the Sun’s radiation?
- A3.1 More about ozone
- A3.2 The photodissociation of bromine (Optional teacher demonstration)
- A3.3 Investigating the reaction between bromine and cyclohexane
- A4.1 How do halogenoalkanes differ in reactivity?
- A4.2 Making a halogenoalkane
- A4.3 Designing refrigerants
- A5 Chemistry in the stratosphere
- A6 Which are the greenhouse gases?
- A8.1 The effect of concentration changes on chemical equilibria
- A8.2 Measuring the concentration of carbon dioxide in air samples
- A9 Controlling carbon dioxide
- A10 Check you notes on The Atmosphere