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In contrast to the traditional 'topic-based' approach, Chemistry B (Salters) is 'context-led'. Chemical concepts are introduced within a relevant context, the course being written as a series of units based on contemporary issues in chemistry. Students study the chemistry in a spiral way so that chemical ideas, introduced in an early topic, are reinforced later.
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This lesson element, or classroom activity looks at nucleophilic reactions between carbonyl compounds and hydrogen cyanide.
This document contains instructions for teachers to accompany the lesson element on nucleophilic reactions.
This pack provides teacher guidance about a range of potential approaches for delivery of this topic.
These activities support the topic exploration pack on organic structures.
This PowerPoint supports activity 14 from the organic structures topic exploration pack.
This PowerPoint supports activity 2 from the organic structures topic exploration pack.