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Chemistry

Chemistry is the study of matter and the chemical reactions between substances. It is also the study of matter's composition, structure and properties.

Lower Secondary (Junior Level)

Grades 7, 8 and 9 Syllabus Textbook

Students who are preparing for a 'Rating Scale of 1'  or 'Excellent' in Lower Secondary Chemistry can request study notes here

Chemistry Summary for the Grade 9 National Assessment

School Certificate (O-Level)

Visit the Cambridge O-Level Page

Students who are preparing for a 'distinction' or A* in School Certificate Chemistry can request study notes and resources here

Chemistry Formulae for School Certificate

Chemistry Definitions and Terms for School Certificate

Chemistry General Equations for School Certificate

Chemistry Experiments for School Certificate

Chemistry Labelled Diagrams for School Certificate

Chemistry Alternative-to-Practical for School Certificate

Higher School Certificate (A-Level)

Visit the Cambridge A-Level Page

Students who are preparing for a 'distinction' or A* in Higher School Certificate Chemistry can request study notes and resources here

Chemistry Formulae for Higher School Certificate

Chemistry Definitions and Terms for Higher School Certificate

Chemistry General Equations for Higher School Certificate

Chemistry Descriptions and Mechanisms for Higher School Certificate

Chemistry Labelled Diagrams for Higher School Certificate

Advanced Practical Skills Question Paper Mark Scheme

Chemistry

Homework & Tests

Chemistry homework & tests for first term

Chemistry homework & tests for second term

Chemistry homework & tests for third term

Did you know?

Chemistry of the human body

We are made of chemicals. Understanding chemistry helps us understand our bodies and keeps us healthy. Our bones are made of calcium phosphate. Our blood has iron in it to carry oxygen. The oxygen is needed for our cells to burn the glucose fuel they use for energy. The cells are enclosed in membranes made up of phospholipid molecules, and they function using enzymes made up of protein. More protein makes up our muscles, skin, and hair. Chemistry happens all throughout your body. Learn more...