Chemistry 'AS' & 'A2' at Temple Moor High School
We think there is color, we think there is sweet, we think there is bitter, but in reality there are atoms and a void. Democritus, c. 460 – c. 370 BC
Chemistry is helping us to cope with increasing pressures on energy, food, water and other scarce natural resources and helping us to live more sustainably. Chemistry is helping to improve and maintain human health for all in a rapidly changing world.
From skincare to sport, chemistry is all around us and there are many the ways that chemistry makes life more enjoyable.
Inorganic Chemistry where you will learn about Group 2, Group 7, the halogens, Properties of period 3 elements and their oxides, Transition metals.
Organic Chemistry where you will learn about Aldehydes, Ketones, Aromatic Chemistry, Amines, Amino acids , Protein and DNA. NMR and Chromatography.
Physical Chemistry where you will learn about Bonding, Energetics, Kinetics, Chemical Equilibria, Redox, Acids and Bases
To be a success in chemistry you will need a keen interest in science in general and a strong work ethic. Chemistry both requires and develops problem solving and logical thinking skills and having a positive attitude towards challenges and riddles is a must. You will need to be able to communicate ideas clearly and be comfortable with numeracy in order to support ideas with mathematical proof and evidence. Students with GCSE grades
2 x 2 hour written exams, 105 marks each, 35% A-level each; 1 x 2hour written exam, 90 marks, 30% A-level.
Chemistry based degrees – Pure Chemistry, Biochemistry, Chemical
Engineering, medicinal chemistry and Colour Chemistry
None Chemistry based degrees- Medicine, Veterinary Sciences, Pharmacy, Forensic science,
Bioscience, Optometry, Material Science, Nursing, Midwifery, Sports Science, Geology, Law, Geography and many more.
How to apply
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