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The College of Management Science

BCM Unifaculty London WC1N 3XX United Kingdom

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The College of Management Science provides distance learning courses online by direct learning enabling you to train at home in a range of subjects without disrupting your work or family life. The College is an open learning college allowing you to obtain credits for prior learning when appropriate and to maximize your course achievements. The College's courses are registered with the Course Providers Accreditation Scheme and the National Learning Directory. Graduating with the College may enable you to gain entry to a professional or academic body in your field of interest. The syllabuses shown on this site are the college’s most popular courses. We do offer other courses. If you do not see the courses in which you are interested, please email us at college@unifaculty.com and we will endeavour to meet your requirements.

Advanced Chemistry Diploma

Syllabus

Chemistry [Dip.Sc.] This complete course contains all of the essential concepts to study Chemistry ... Particles in Chemistry, Types of Particles, Atoms Combining, The Masses of Atoms and the Mole, Chemical Equations, Chemical Change, Electricity and Chemical Change, Rates of Speed of Reactions in different settings, Acids and Bases, Earth and its Resources, Air and Water, the Behaviour of Metals,  Making Use of Metals, Non-metals: Hydrogen and Nitrogen, Non-metals: Oxygen, Sulphur and the Halogens, Carbon and Organic Compounds, The Alkenes and Alcohols, Rocks, The Changing Face of the Earth, the Periodic Table, Radioactivity.

Your student pack includes the necessary text together with a student guide and study assistance. In addition to the material, one-to-one help is available throughout the course by email.

Particles in Chemistry

 Solids, Liquids, and Gases
 Mixtures
 Solutes and solvents
 Solubility
 Separating mixtures

Types of particles

 Atoms, elements, and compounds
 The periodic table

Atoms combining

 Why compounds are formed
 The ionic bond
 Other ions
 The covalent bond
 Ionic and molecular solids
 Metals
 Making metals stronger
 Clues from diamond and graphite
 Comparing glass and plastic

The Mole

 The masses of atoms
 Percentage composition of a compound
 The formula of a compound
 The concentration of a solution

Chemical equations

 Physical and chemical change
 Equations for chemical reactions
 Calculations from equations
 Reactions involving gases

Chemical change

 Breaking down compounds
 Building up compounds
 Gaining and losing oxygen
 Redox reactions
 Precipitation and neutralisation
 Energy changes in reactions
 Explaining energy changes
 Energy from burning fuel

Electricity and chemical change

 Conductors and insulators
 Electrolysis
 Use of electrolysis
 Calculations on electrolysis

Speeds of reactions

 Measuring the rate of reaction
 Changing the rate of reaction
 Explaining rates
 Catalysts
 Enzymes
 Reversible reactions
 Shifting the equilibrium

Acids and bases

 Acids and alkalis
 Bases and neutralisation
 Making salts
 Using filtration

Earth and its resources

 How Earth began
 The atmosphere past and present
 The ocean
 Earth’s crust
 Using the Earth’s resources
 Industrial processes
 Recycling

Air and water

 Use of air
 Pollution
 Water cycle
 Water supply
 Soft and hard water
 Making hard water soft

The behaviour of metals

 Metals and non-metals
 Metals and reactivity

Making use of metals

 Finding and mining metal ores
 Extracting metals from their ores
 Making use of metals
 Aluminium
 Iron
 Corrosion

Non-metals: Hydrogen and Nitrogen

 Nitrogen
 Hydrogen
 Ammonia
 Ammonia and nitric acid in industry
 Fertilisers

Non-metals: oxygen, sulphur and the halogens

 Oxygen
 Oxides
 Sulphur and sulphur dioxide
 Chlorine
 Compounds of chlorine
 Bromine and iodine

Carbon and organic compounds

 Carbon compounds
 The carbon cycle
 Fossil fuels
 Chemicals from oil
 Plastics
 Alkenes
 Alkanes
 Alcohols
 Manufacture of ethanol
 Carboxylic acids and their compounds

Rocks

 The earth’s structure
 Igneous rock
 Weathering
 Sediment
 Metamorphic rock
 The rock cycle

The changing face of Earth

 Continental movement
 Plates

 

Other topics

 Radioactivity
 Cells and batteries
 Colloids
 Products from plants
 Macromolecules in food
 Yields and purity
 Silicon and its compounds

The course fee is £325 [325GBP] which may be paid in full on
enrolment or spread over eight months at £45 per month.

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