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CHEMSHEETS.co.uk has been upgraded. There are more resources with MANY new WORKBOOKS and now after many requests with ANSWERS.  The site currently has lots of AS & A2 resources plus some for GCSE, with lots more GCSE & KS3 to follow.

There are still LOTS of resources available for FREE on the A2 FREE , AS FREE and GCSE FREE pages.  

Some examples of the free resources are:

Amount of substance (Workbook - fully worked solutions are available)

NMR Spectroscopy (Powerpoint)


Dodgy mechanisms (Activity)


Transition metals introduction (Notes - fully worked version available)


There are many other resources available for FREE, but for full access including model answers the annual subscription is just £10.

New resources will be added regularly.

Please note that KS3 are not yet on the site but will follow in 2014.  In 2015 expect new resources for the new A levels and GCSEs.
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   with all NEW KS3 (11-14)    roll out has started

  

Latest additions include:

KS3

Brand new topics:


KS3 Skills (table, scales, graphs, etc)


Particle Theory


Solutions


Chemical v Physical changes



GCSE

3 new metal extraction resources


New sheet on alloys


New sheet on answering AQA 6 markers


2 new salts resources



NEW RESOURCE COUNTER in 2014

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