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IB Chemistry

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Structure 1. Models of the particulate nature of matter

Structure 1.1—Introduction to the particulate nature of matter

Structure 1.2—The nuclear atom

Structure 1.3—Electron configurations

Structure 1.4—Counting particles by mass: The mole

Structure 1.5—Ideal gases

Structure 2. Models of bonding and structure

Structure 2.1—The ionic model

Structure 2.2—The covalent model

Structure 3. Classification of matter

Structure 3.2—Functional groups: Classification of organic compounds

Reactivity 1. What drives chemical reactions?

Reactivity 1.1—Measuring enthalpy changes

Reactivity 1.2—Energy cycles in reactions

Reactivity 2. How much, how fast and how far?

Reactivity 2.1—How much? The amount of chemical change

Reactivity 2.2—How fast? The rate of chemical change

Reactivity 3. What are the mechanisms of chemical change?

Reactivity 3.2—Electron transfer reactions

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