CIE AS & A Level Chemistry 9701: Concise Summary Notes

The Cambridge International AS & A Level Chemistry 9701 is a qualification offered by the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) board. It is a two-year course typically taken by students aged 16-19 that provides an in-depth study of the principles of chemistry and their applications. The syllabus covers topics such as the mole concept and chemical calculations, atomic structure, bonding, energetics, equilibria, kinetics, redox processes, organic chemistry, and inorganic chemistry.

Successful completion of the course can lead to a range of university and career opportunities, including chemistry, chemical engineering, and related fields. The assessment of the course typically includes a combination of written exams and practical assessments. The syllabus is regularly updated to reflect the latest developments in the field of chemistry and to ensure that students receive a relevant and up-to-date education.

Cambridge International AS  Level Chemistry 9701  Concise Summary Notes

AS Level subject content

Topic 16: Hydroxy compounds

Topic 17: Carbonyl compounds

Topic 18: Carboxylic acids and derivatives

Topic 20 Polymerisation

Topic 21: Organic synthesis

Topic 22: Analytical techniques

Cambridge International  A Level Chemistry 9701  Concise Summary Notes

A Level subject content

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