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Distinction CHEM1102 Notes

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Complied notes used for exam study - includes research and slides.

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CHEM1102: Chemistry 1B Complete Notes (HD)

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Complete study notes for CHEM1102, CHEM1902 and CHEM1904 (I completed CHEM1904 with a HD mark). Info...

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CHEM1102 NOTES

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CHEM1102 HD Notes

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High Distinction (95) - CHEM1102 Notes (with worked examples)

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These notes provide an exceptionally clear and comprehensive overview of the content for the CHEM110...

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Part 2. Complete High Distinction Notes for Chem1102

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Part 1. Complete High Distinction Notes for Chem1102

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CHEM1102 Chemistry 1B Complete Course Notes (High Distinction)

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These CHEM1102 notes are my raw personal lecture notes. I received a final mark of 94 (High Disti...

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HD CHEM1102 Notes Part 2

Written by Jonathan

Concise summary of all lecture material in the second half of CHEM1102 (the inorganic chemistry)....

21 pages, 3473 words

HD CHEM1102 Notes Part 1

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Reviews

In my opinion, this is a quite though unit as it is all about organic chem. Understanding rather than memorozation only is crucial to succed in the final exam. Students should follow up the content and ask question immediately if some concepts confused them.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This subject started off quite well with a good overview of organic chemistry. It went into some detail over the mechanisms for a number of different organic reactions, as well as a brief look at chirality and spectroscopy. The second half of the course seemed a little less coherent, as it went through a lot of little topics that didn't have much relationship to one another - acids and bases, kinetics, metal complexes etc. Overall, quite interesting but not as engaging as CHEM1101.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Well organised unit, nothing too challenging and the lecturers are pretty good. The content is not as densely packed as MBLG and with good revision habits you should be fine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Carried on well from CHEM1102. I particularly enjoyed the organic chemistry, just make sure to learn and revise along the way!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Organic and physical chem course!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This course is broadly split into organic and physical chemistry. Organic chemistry requires practice, whereas physical chemistry involves more memorisation. The resources provided by and the organisation of the Chemistry department are the best on campus in my opinion, so it is very easy to receive any help you need and stay on track

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Excellent resources however found the course a bit dry

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I enjoyed this much less than CHEM1101. A lot of the content was pretty dry although the lecturers were generally really good and so was the overall organisation of the course. Just be prepared to do a lot of memorisation and practise to do well because there is A LOT of content squished into so little time.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The School of Chemistry is extremely well organised and devotes an amazing amount of resources to supporting 1st Year students. I expected this Unit of Study be more relevant for me hence more enjoyable. Sadly, this became the thorn in my side this semester as I found the organic chemistry component (which was half the material) to be very confusing. So relieved it's over!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Excellent course. The resources provided are thorough and helpful. The engaging lecturers explain the content clearly and easily. Most of all, the content is extremely interesting and applicable to many various fields in science.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015