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Through our “learn-by-example” approach with “follow-up”
exercises, students are able to grasp the concepts and use them
with precision in applications.
Through our “learn-by-example” approach with “follow-up” exercises, students are able to grasp the concepts and use them with precision in applications.
Combined Science (Physics/Chemistry)
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Junior College Level
This is how matter behaves on a molecular and atomic level and how chemical reactions occur. Concepts of physics such as energy, time, thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, statistical mechanics, chemical equilibrium and catalysis are introduced in this section. This topic allows students to see the interconnectedness between the physical and chemical part of science.
Students will learn of the structure, properties, composition, reactions, and preparationof carbon-containing compounds, which can be applied to the field of medicine, food,fuel and drugs. Organic chemistry shows a strong relationship between the biological and chemical part of science.
This topic is the study of the properties and behavior of inorganic compounds, which include metals, minerals, nanomaterials, and organometallic compounds. While organic focuses on carbon-containing compounds, inorganic chemistry focuses on everything else. Inorganic chemistry is fundamental to many practical technologies including catalysis, materials (structural, electronic, magnetic, etc.), energy conversion, storage, and electronics. Students will also learn of inorganic compounds in biological systems where they are essential to life processes, such as the Haem group in hemoglobin.
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The aim of this course in Path Finder is to build the foundation of our student’s understanding and hone the application skills required to overcome challenging questions in the A-Levels.