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To all those who are suffering the wrath of OCR Salters Chemistry, I bring to you, a thread dedicated to helping those in need.

On this page we will share online resources, attachments and give general advice and help to each other in order to create the largest OCR Salters Study Resource for current and future A-Level Students.

As a welcome gift, I give to you: http://4college.co.uk a website for OCR Salters Revision Notes and an attached revision guide for Elements of the Sea. More will follow...
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Hello Salters Students, I have found another brilliant online Salters resource http://www.docbrown.info/page19/saltersASchemistry.htm

I must warn you that it is incomplete, however it covers pretty much everything. Enjoy!
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Hello Salters Students! Not a fan of online Chemistry.
Well then check this out: http://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/pages/pageFlip.asp?c=CRBR52

CGP have provided a revision and practice guide for the OCR Salters course. I recently purchased one and after a thorough readthrough, I must admit that it is quite brilliant!

Word of warning: I wouldn't rely on this book entirely. Use Chemical Ideas for some parts.
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the link has help sheets:
http://www.knockhardy.org.uk/sci.htm#helpsheet

it may help

btw, for the topic called shapes of molecules it may also help to use the following website:
http://3dchem.com/

Chemguide helps a lot as well.

The following helps as well:
http://www.youtube.com/user/bradyexplains

http://www.youtube.com/user/Newcastl...ow=grid&view=0

Charco has his own excellent video below :
http://www.youtube.com/user/Colourfu...ature=g-user-u

Chemical Ideas can help a lot as well .

Good luck to everyone doing this annoying exam board .
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Is the Revise AS Chemistry for Salters on the link below any good????
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Revise-AS-Ch...ef=pd_sim_b_70
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just found a page of definitions (see attachment)
F331 definitions.pdf
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(Original post by krisshP)
just found a page of definitions (see attachment)
F331 definitions.pdf
Thanks for the multiple posts krisshP! Really useful stuff!
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As mentioned by krisshP earlier, the follow sites are brilliant:

http://www.knockhardy.org.uk/sci.htm - collections of highly detailed notes and powerpoints for A Level Students.

http://www.youtube.com/user/bradyexplains - a fantastic series of videos explaining those difficult Chemistry topics in an understandable way.
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this site has notes for AS and A2 chemistry:

http://www.webchem.net/notes.htm

it's not specific for salters, but it still may help in understanding stuff.
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this site also can help develop understanding of the topics, although it's not specific for salters:
http://www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/chemistry
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http://www.ck12.org/browse/chemistry/

the above website may help as well.
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I think it's best we stick to OCR Salters stuff. We don't want to drift off the syllabus.
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Cannot get my head around Emission and absorption spectrums.
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For those of you who like to revise from Chemical Ideas, you've probably already downloaded the mark scheme from the Internet.

However, this is a more updated and accurate mark scheme where the questions correspond to the answers and all exercises are covered. Check it out here: http://boswellsgmt.wikispaces.com/CHEMICAL+IDEAS
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(Original post by Problematique)
Cannot get my head around Emission and absorption spectrums.
Just remember that...

-Electrons absorb energy and raised to higher electronic energy levels (1)
-Electrons drop back to ground state, losing energy as light (1)
-Energy levels quantized (1); drops between specific energy levels are given by Planck's equation, E = hv (1)
-Each set represent drops to different lower electronic energy levels (1) + include named example such as Lyman/Balmer series.

-Electrons absorb energy and raised to higher electronic energy levels
-This produces lines that form an absorption spectra consisting of black lines on a coloured background
-Energy levels quantized; differences between specific energy levels are given by Planck's equation, E = hv
-Each set represent rises to different higher electronic energy levels
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Don't like writing your own revision notes?

Well then check out the OCR Salters Revision Notes written by students from previous and current years over on 'Get Revising'.

Just click the link: http://getrevising.co.uk/search?q=OCR+Salters&go=

Trust me, some of these notes are amazing!
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(Original post by badwolf96)
Don't like writing your own revision notes?

Well then check out the OCR Salters Revision Notes written by students from previous and current years over on 'Get Revising'.

Just click the link: http://getrevising.co.uk/search?q=OCR+Salters&go=

Trust me, some of these notes are amazing!
thanks!
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found some good notes

see attachmentF331 revision.docx

enjoy and good luck with revision
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(Original post by badwolf96)
To all those who are suffering the wrath of OCR Salters Chemistry, I bring to you, a thread dedicated to helping those in need.

On this page we will share online resources, attachments and give general advice and help to each other in order to create the largest OCR Salters Study Resource for current and future A-Level Students.

As a welcome gift, I give to you: http://4college.co.uk a website for OCR Salters Revision Notes and an attached revision guide for Elements of the Sea. More will follow...
I'm in Love with you. Thanks bro!!
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any 1 here got the june 2012 f331 paper? all i have is the examiner report -__-
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