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guest4577
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does anyone know of any good sites where i can learn transition metals?? due to staff shortage i need to learn this on my own and evision sites are no use. thanx
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does anyone know of any good sites where i can learn transition metals?? due to staff shortage i need to learn this on my own and evision sites are no use. thanx
Just use your text book and whatever questions you can get your hands on. Not much to it apart from learning patterns etc.
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testbook will be enough for any tests that in the range of a-level
if you need it so much, please read this thread first,
see whether you are satisfied by those sites.
http://www.uk-learning.net/t22366.html
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http://www.chemguide.co.uk/inorganic...itionmenu.html

i found that useful
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Yeah textbooks mainly are what I would use..

"Chemistry In Context" - Graham Hill & John Holman (Nelson) is the BEST textbook i have by far. Everything explained better than a teacher can.. loads of diagrams. Bit expensive but def worth it.. second hand copies about £10 on Amazon i guess.
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