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Chapter 1
1.1 A little history of Chemistry
1.2 What is Chemistry about?
1.3 The importance of studying Chemistry
1.4 Making observations, analysis and interpretation in Chemistry
1.5 Laboratory safety
1.6 Common apparatus in the chemistry laboratory
1.1 A little history of Chemistry (bilingual version)
1.2 What is Chemistry about? (bilingual version)
1.3 The importance of studying Chemistry (bilingual version)
1.4 Making observations, analysis and interpretation in Chemistry (bilingual version)
1.5 Laboratory safety (bilingual version)
1.6 Common apparatus in the chemistry laboratory (bilingual version)
Introduction to Chemistry (combined version)
Introduction to Chemistry (bilingual, combined version)
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Chapter 2
2.1 Planet Earth as a source of chemicals
2.2 Classification of matter
2.3 Physical properties and chemical properties of substances
2.4 Physical changes and chemical changes
2.5 The atmosphere and composition of air  UPDATE 
2.6 Separation of oxygen and nitrogen from air
2.7 Test for oxygen
2.1 Planet Earth as a source of chemicals (bilingual version)
2.2 Classification of matter (bilingual version)
2.3 Physical properties and chemical properties of substances (bilingual version)
2.4 Physical changes and chemical changes (bilingual version)
2.5 The atmosphere and composition of air (bilingual version)  UPDATE 
2.6 Separation of oxygen and nitrogen from air (bilingual version)
2.7 Test for oxygen (bilingual version)
The atmosphere (combined version)
The atmosphere (bilingual, combined version)
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Chapter 3
3.1 Composition of sea water
3.2 Extraction of common salt from sea water
3.3 Isolation of pure water from sea water
3.4 Choosing a method for separating a mixture
3.5 Test for the presence of sodium in common salt
3.6 Test for the presence of chloride in common salt
3.7 Test for the presence of water in a sample
3.8 Electrolysis of sea water and uses of the products
3.1 Composition of sea water (bilingual version)
3.2 Extraction of common salt from sea water (bilingual version)
3.3 Isolation of pure water from sea water (bilingual version)
3.4 Choosing a method for separating a mixture (bilingual version)
3.5 Test for the presence of sodium in common salt (bilingual version)
3.6 Test for the presence of chloride in common salt (bilingual version)
3.7 Test for the presence of water in a sample (bilingual version)
3.8 Electrolysis of sea water and uses of the products (bilingual version)
The ocean (combined version)
The ocean (bilingual, combined version)
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Chapter 4
4.1 What are rocks and minerals?
4.2 Extraction of metals from their ores
4.3 Rocks containing calcium carbonate
4.4 Action of heat, water and acids on calcium carbonate  UPDATE 
4.5 Test for carbon dioxide  UPDATE 
4.6 Test for the presence of calcium in a sample
4.7 Test for the presence of carbonate in a sample
4.1 What are rocks and minerals? (bilingual version)
4.2 Extraction of metals from their ores (bilingual version)
4.3 Rocks containing calcium carbonate (bilingual version)
4.4 Action of heat, water and acids on calcium carbonate (bilingual version)  UPDATE 
4.5 Test for carbon dioxide (bilingual version)  UPDATE 
4.6 Test for the presence of calcium in a sample (bilingual version)
4.7 Test for the presence of carbonate in a sample (bilingual version)
Rocks and minerals (combined version)
Rocks and minerals (bilingual, combined version)