HSC Chemistry is about pushing you to think like a chemist. It takes you through understanding chemical reactions. The first module in year 12 HSC Chem is equilibrium. Then you look at acid and base chemical reactions, which proceed via equilibrium chemistry. Following this you look at organic reactions which is essentially carbon based chemistry. Finally, you look at how these concepts apply to real world applications of chemistry principles.
If you want a band 6 in the chemistry HSC paper, follow our lessons and guides. We know they work because they have already helped so many students excel.
Module 5: Equilibrium
- Equilibrium & collision theory
- The Haber Process
- Solubility rules Mnemonic – NAG SAG
- Gibbs free energy
- Equilibrium exam questions for HSC Chemistry
Module 6: Acid and Bases
Module 7: Organic Chemistry
- Reaction Pathways
Module 8: Applying Chemical Ideas
Beyond the syllabus
- ELSD chromatography
Year 11 Fundamental Revision.
- Sample internal exam
- Sample Trial and HSC exams
About the author
Joshua Mills has a bachelor of Adv Science (medical science and medicinal chemistry) from USYD. He founded Edzion.com in 2019 – an online complimentary education company to support and inspire high school science students. Currently he’s undertaking higher degree research, using the virus’ that infect bacteria as a search engine to develop a therapeutic to treat children’s bone cancer. In his spare time, he runs ultra-marathons.