Course Resources
  Course Units
  1. Lab Technique & Moles
  2. Chemical Formulas
  3. Stoichiometry
  4. Gases and Kinetics
  5. Energy of Reactions
  6. Equilibrium
  7. Acids and Bases
  8. Redox
  9. Atomic Structure & PT
  10. Bonding
  11. Analytical Organic
  12. Organic Reactions
  13. Environmental Chemistry
  14. Biochemistry



Guiding Questions:

  • How is chemistry important for life?
  • How do intermolecular forces affect the structure of proteins and DNA?

What you should learn:

The aim of this option is to give students an understanding of the chemistry of important molecules found in the human body and the need for a balanced healthy diet. Although the role these molecules play in the body should be appreciated, the emphasis is placed on their chemistry. Students will not be required to memorize complex structures but will be expected to recognize functional groups and types of bonding within molecules. Structures of some important biological molecules are given in the data booklet.


Lecture Notes:



  • Chromatography
  • Electrophoresis
  • Vmax Enzyme Lab
  • Soaponification Lab
  • Calorific value of Food


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