A-Levels Chemistry Chapter # 2: Chemical Energetics
What you'll learn
- Chemical Energetics
- Energy Changes
- A-Level Chemistry
- Basic O-Level Chemistry
Hello, Students from all over the World!!
In this course, you will be taught all the Detailed guidelines of the important topics in the A-Level Chapter, Chemical Energetics. This course will help you get a Quick and Detailed understanding of Chemical Energetics.
Topics like Born Haber Cycle, Polarisation, Energy Change Equations, Solubilities of Carbonates, Sulfates, and Nitrates in relation to the Group II Cations are all covered in detail in this Course. Most detailed Lectures are involved in making the Born Haber Cycles in detail. Born Haber cycle is a cycle of enthalpy change or energy change that leads to the formation of a solid crystalline ionic compound from the atoms in their standard state and of the enthalpy of formation of the solid compound such that the net enthalpy becomes zero.
You will be done with this Chapter in no time with Course. This Course explains the detailed Chemistry in simpler English which makes it easier to understand and Learn. If you have had Chemical Energetics covered in O-Levels then it won't be much of an issue for you, regardless we have covered basic O-Level Topic of Chemical energetics here as well. See you there!
Zameer Ahmed Shaikh
Who this course is for:
- A-Level Students
- Chemistry High School Students
- High School Students
- Asian Students
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