New Coordinated Science: Chemistry Students' Book: For Higher Tier
New Coordinated Science is our most popular upper secondary course and is widely regarded by teachers as the best available. This third edition has been completely updated for the new specifications. These new editions maintain the same clear presentation and straightforward approach that has made New Coordinated Science so enduringly popular. Information is provided in manageable chunks and is reinforced by stimulating questions and activities that encourage students to consider the practical application of science to everyday life. These new editions provide a new focus on your Higher Tier GCSE students. The breadth and depth of the new material is enough to stretch and stimulate even the highest achievers. New Coordinated Science is also recommended by University of Cambridge International Examinations for IGCSE Chemistry.
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Questions for chapter 10
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