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What's in a Medicine The Steel Story Designer Polymers Engineering Proteins Aspects of Agriculture
Carboxylic Acids and their Derivatives
The OH group
Investigating the chemistry of the OH group
Practical Techniques
Mass Spectrometry
Infrared Spectroscopy
Identifying the Drug in Willow Bark
The Synthesis of Salicylic acid and Aspirin
Development and safety testing of Medicines
Iron Extraction and the BOS Process
Composition of Steel
Alloying Steel
Recycling Steel
Predicting the direction of Redox Reactions
Electrochemical Cells
d-Block Elements
Physical Properties of Transition Metals
Variable Oxidation States of Transition Metals
Complex Formation
Colour of Transition Metals
Catalytic activity of Transition Metals
Organic Acids
The Amines and Amides
Condensation Polymers
Properties of Polymers
The Disposal and Recyclcing of Polymers
Purifying a solid compound
Carboxylic acid derivates and their reactions
Amino Acids
How Cells make Proteins
Genetic Engineering
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Stereo Isomerism
Dynamic Equilibrium and Equilibrium Constants
Rates of Chemical Reactions
The Nitrogen Cycle
Inorganic Fertilisers
Reaction rates, Temperature and Catalysis
Equilibria and Partial Pressures
Partition Equilibria
Group V and Nitrogen
Bonding Structure and Properties

Colour by DesignThe Ocean
Monstral blue
Chrome Yellow
Properties of Pigments
Identifying Pigments
Oils and Fats
Synthetic Dyes
How dyes attach themselves to fabric
Ultraviolet and Visible Spectroscopy
Gas liquid chromatography
Benzene and the Arenes
Reactions of the Arenes
Azo compounds
The chemistry of colour
The Ocean and Storing Carbon Dioxide
The Ocean and Climate
Ions in Solutions
Solubility Products
Energy changes in solutions
Born-Haber Cycles
Energy and Entropy
Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Entropy and Equilibrium
Acids and Bases
Buffer solutions