Chemistry 4/5 for the International Student by Jenny Sharwood, Rick Armstrong, Kevin Gaylor

By Jenny Sharwood, Rick Armstrong, Kevin Gaylor

Chemistry 4/5 for the foreign pupil has been constructed for the area scholar. This six e-book sequence has been written by way of an skilled foreign writer workforce and should profit scholars learning the foreign Baccalaureate MYP. The sequence has been rigorously crafted to make sure scholars enhance a world view of science.

Chemistry 4/5 for the foreign scholar offers 9 chemistry devices. The unit query, major options and sector of interplay concentration are pointed out initially of every unit.
Each unit features:
• content material making sure development to the IB degree programme
• transparent, well-explained text
• flexibility that enables faculties to improve a programme compatible for his or her needs
• review initiatives identified
• scholar mirrored image equipped into every one unit
• revolutionary improvement of clinical inquiry via experiments and investigations addressing standards D and E
• feedback for Criterion A technological know-how activities
• icons indicating the advance of ways To studying, Learner Profile and technology particular skills
• What are you aware? query units all through every one unit addressing Criterion C
• highlighted new phrases and end-of-unit glossary
• hands-on studying actions compatible for sophistication or home
• literacy actions helping scholars in constructing verbal exchange skills
• end-of-unit overview questions incorporating a number query varieties appropriate for evaluate of Criterion C

An interactive pupil CD-ROM is packaged with each path e-book. The CD-ROM contains:
• an digital model of the direction book
• Let's use know-how actions and worksheets
• brief animations to aid scholar knowing of inauspicious concepts
• interactive pupil self-tests
• hyperlinks to paintings on the net actions

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Draw a diagram to show the electron arrangement. b Draw the electron arrangement of chlorine, which has an atomic number of 17. c What happens when fluorine becomes an ion? d Why does this happen? e Which is the most reactive halogen? Explain your answer in terms of the electron configuration. f Suggest a reason why is it unlikely that your teacher will demonstrate any reactions with fluorine? 2 All the halogens react with iron when heated. In each case a white crystalline solid is formed. The formulae of these compounds are: FeBr2, FeCl2, FeF2 and FeI2.

C The chlorine atom becomes a stable argon atom. D The sodium atom now has the same electron arrangement as a neon atom. indd 45 Chemistry 4/5 for the international student 22/04/10 8:26 PM CHEMISTRY 4/5 UNIT 2 Ions around us 8 Copper has an atomic number of 29. A certain particle of copper has 28 electrons. What charge must this particle have? A zero (it has no charge) B 1+ C 2+ D 1– 9 State the chemical meaning of the following terms: a mineral salt b compound c ionic compound 10 a What evidence shows that sodium chloride is a very stable compound?

State your reasoning. b State the mass number of this isotope. c Calculate the number of neutrons in the nucleus of this isotope. 9 carefully, you will notice a difference in the relative numbers of protons and neutrons in lighter atoms and heavier atoms. Identify this difference. indd 33 Chemistry 4/5 for the international student 22/04/10 8:26 PM Understanding elements CHEMISTRY 4/5 UNIT 1 self test 1 Unit review Review questions Understand 1 Draw a labelled diagram to show the protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom.

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