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How can I access the A Level Chemistry Data Booklet?

Links to the Data Booklet and information about what's in it πŸ’ͺ

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Written by Ubhay Ashfaq
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The Data Booklet is your quick-reference companion, providing formulas, constants, and tables essential for nailing those exam answers πŸ“˜πŸ“ˆ

What's in the OCR A Level Chemistry Data Booklet?

  • Page 2: Infrared absorption data for organic molecules – your go-to for IR spectroscopy questions.

  • Page 3: 13C and 1H NMR chemical shifts – essential for decoding molecular structures in NMR spectroscopy and for identifying protons in a molecule. πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™‚οΈ

  • Page 4: A full periodic table - an absolute must-have in any chemistry exam. πŸ§ͺ

What's in the AQA A Level Chemistry Data Booklet?

  • Page 2: Periodic table: need atomic masses or a quick refresher on elements? Page 2 has got you covered. πŸ“Š

  • Page 3: Infrared absorption and chemical shift data - offers ranges of IR absorptions for different bonds. The 13C and 1H NMR chemical shift data helps identify carbon atoms in a molecule and the number of protons in a molecule. πŸ€“

  • Page 4: Selected organic molecules - Includes structures of important organic molecules. No need to memorise these structures, they’re right there for you!

How to use the Data Booklets like a Pro

  • Get familiar early - Don’t wait for exam season. Start using it as part of your regular study routine and Include them in your mock exams to understand their application in real exam scenarios.

  • Bookmark key sections - If certain areas are more relevant to your study topics, keep them marked for quick access. πŸ“Œ

  • For Infrared absorption questions, remember, quote the specific range in the booklet for each bond type to back up your answers.

  • Combine with knowledge - These booklets are most effective when used alongside your comprehensive understanding of chemistry. πŸ’ͺ

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