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$2.50 STATE RANK (12th) HSC Chemistry Notes | 97 HSC Mark (1 Viewer)

helloimyellow

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Hi there!

I graduated from Sydney Boys High School in 2015 with an ATAR of 99.40. I also received a HSC Mark of 97 for Chemistry with a State Rank (12th), whilst being ranked second internally.

I am selling my HSC Chemistry Notes (Option: Industrial Chemistry) for $2.50 USD per module.

These notes are based off a multitude of sources, including textbooks (conquering chemistry, jacaranda), tutor and school notes, and multiple state ranking notes.

They have been edited numerous times based off feedback from teachers, tutors and other high-ranking students.

Towards the trials and HSC exam, I exclusively used these notes to study, which I believe is a further testament to their quality.

These notes will be sold through Sellfy, an automated service for selling documents. Payment is made via PayPal:

Production of Materials (31 pages): https://sellfy.com/p/SNTw
The Acidic Environment (34 pages): https://sellfy.com/p/JtI1
Chemical Monitoring and Management (36 pages): https://sellfy.com/p/k7b5
Industrial Chemistry (39 pages): https://sellfy.com/p/m5Nm

If you do not want to pay by USD, please email me at ataingpersonal@gmail.com to discuss bank transfer details. Notes are $3.50 AUD per module if paying by bank transfer.

Good luck with your future studies!

EDIT: Samples are provided in the links.
 
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helloimyellow

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Do you have any chem notes purely based on stoichiometry(calculations)?
Unfortunately I don't have any notes just on calculations because honestly (I don't want to sound uptight here) I didn't really need them. You just need lots of practice, kind of like doing maths textbook questions or past papers.

Generally, for HSC Chemistry, stoichiometry calculations all follow the same method:

1. Write balanced equation.
2. Calculate moles of any species based on data from question.
3. If required, determine limiting and excess reagent.
3. Use stoichiometric ratios to calculate moles of other species.
4. Answer the question! For example, use mass = moles x molar mass if you need to find mass, or volume = moles x molar volume if you need to find volume (or re-arrange these equations if need be!).

Try to do some past paper calculations, it should become 'easier' if you keep trying! Good luck :)
 

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