O Level Chemistry Revision Notes

Free O Level Chemistry Revision Notes that will help you in revising for your exams. Also check out our other helpful revision resources for  O Level Chemistry (5070).

Revision Notes:

  1. Experimental Chemistry
  2. Particulate Nature Of Matter
  3. Acids
  4. Bases
  5. Salts
  6. Properties and Uses Of Ammonia
  7. Sulphuric Acid
  8. Stoichiometry And The Mole Concept
  9. Introduction To Organic Chemistry
  10. Alkanes
  11. Alkenes
  12. Alcohols
  13. Carboxylic Acids
  14. Macro Molecules
  • Experimental Chemistry

    Experimental Chemistry

    Measurement: The following table shows the appropriate apparatus needed for the measurement of time, temperature, mass and volume used in…

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  • The-Particulate-Nature-Of-Matter

    The Particulate Nature Of Matter

    Matter: Matter is any substance that has mass and occupies space.                  …

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    Acids: An acid is a substance, which forms H+ ions. When dissolved in water, they can conduct electricity. E.g. HClH+    …

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  • Bases


    Bases: Bases are metal oxides and metal Hydroxides. A base is a a substance, that can accept H+ ions and…

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  • Salts

    Salts: Salts are Ionic Compounds. A salt is formed when a metallic ion or an ammonium ion (NH4+) replaces one…

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  • Properties And Uses Of Ammonia

    Properties Of Ammonia: Colourless gas, with strong choking smell. It is less dense than air and reacts with hydrogen chloride…

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  • Sulphuric Acid

    Sulphuric Acid: It  is a colourless oily yellow liquid, with density slightly higher than water.Having a boiling point of 338°C.  It…

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  • Stoichiometry & The Mole Concept

    Writing Ionic Equations: An ionic equation is a simplified chemical equation that shows the reactions of ionic compounds in water.…

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  • Introduction To Organic Chemistry

    Homologous Series: A set of organic compounds with similar chemical properties, with a general formula and showing a gradation in…

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  • Alkanes


    Alkanes: Alkanes are a group of Hydro Carbons having C – C single bonds. General Formula ( Cn H2n +…

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