About the Chemistry Course

Chemistry is the study of matter and the behaviour of matter during chemical reactions. Our chemistry course teaches you the basic principles of chemistry, 

Lessons are organised into a logical order, teaching you key principles and then building on this information every lesson. Making sure you have a solid foundation in chemistry.

Complicated concepts are clearly explained with worked examples. Taking you through step by step. Ensuring as well as knowing chemistry, that you also have an understanding of chemical concepts and can work things out for yourself. 

All of the chemistry lessons are designed to meet the requirements of the GCSE and iGCSE qualification. But are perfect for anyone looking to start learning about chemistry.

Over 13 hours of video lessons.

Lifetime access. Your account can be passed on to siblings for no additional cost.

Over 60 lessons with more being constantly added.

Hundreds of multiple choice questions to test your understanding.

Instructions and guidance to complete practical activities at home.

Printable activities and revision notes to form a revision guide.

Suitable for all GCSE and IGCSE exam boards as well as other major qualifications.

Lessons delivered by experienced teachers.

Suitable for revision.

Suitable for homeschooling.

Module 1 The Nature of Matter
Unit 1 Solids, Liquids and Gases
Unit 2 Temperature and State of Matter
Unit 3 Diffusion
Module 2 Experimental Techniques
Unit 1 Determining Purity
Unit 2 Separating Mixtures
Module 3 Atoms, Elements and Compounds.
Unit 1 Elements, Compounds and Mixtures
Unit 2 Using the Periodic Table
Unit 3 The Atom
Unit 4 Electron Shells
Unit 5 Isotopes
Unit 6 Formation of Ions
Unit 7 Ionic Bonding
Unit 8 Covalent Bonding
Unit 9 Properties of Covalent and Ionic Bonds
Unit 10 Metallic Bonding
Unit 11 Macromolecules
Module 4 Stoichiometry
Unit 1 How to Write Formulae
Unit 2 Writing Word and Symbol Equations
Unit 3 Balancing Equations
Unit 4 Relative Atomic Mass and Formula Mass
Unit 5 Moles
Unit 6 Moles and Gases
Unit 7 Moles and Solutions
Unit 8 Empirical Formulae
Unit 9 Percentage Yield and Percentage Purity
Module 5 Electricity and Chemistry
Unit 1 Electrolysis of Molten Substances
Unit 2 Electrolysis of Dilute Solutions
Unit 3 Electrolysis of Concentrated Solutions
Unit 4 Uses of Electrolysis
Module 6 Chemical energetics
Unit 1 Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions
Unit 2 Calculating Energy Changes
Unit 3 Fuels for Energy
Module 7 Chemical reactions
Unit 1 Physical and Chemical Change
Unit 2 Changing Rates of Reaction
Unit 3 Catalysts
Unit 4 Determining Rates of Reaction
Unit 5 Photochemical Reactions
Unit 6 Reversible Reactions
Unit 7 REDOX reactions
Module 8 Acids, bases and salts
Unit 1 Acids, Bases and Indicators
Unit 2 Reactions of Acids and Bases
Unit 3 Types of Oxides
Unit 4 Preparation of Salts
Unit 5 Identification of Ions
Module 9 The Periodic Table
Unit 1 The Periodic Table
Unit 2 The Alkali Metals
Unit 3 The Halogens
Unit 4 The Transition Elements
Unit 5 The Noble Gases
Module 10 Metals
Unit 1 Physical and Chemical Properties of Metals
Unit 2 The Reactivity Series
Unit 3 Stability of Compounds
Unit 4 Extraction of Less Reactive Metals
Unit 5 Extraction of More Reactive Metals
Unit 6 Uses of Metals
Module 11 Air and Water
Unit 1 Composition of the Air
Unit 2 Air Pollution
Unit 3 Corrosion
Unit 4 Nitrogen Fertilisers and the Haber Process
Unit 5 Carbon Dioxide and Global Warming
Unit 6 Clean Water
Module 12 Sulphur
Unit 1 Sulphur
Module 13 Carbonates
Unit 1 Carbonates
Module 14 Carbon Chemistry
Unit 1 Fossil Fuels
Unit 2 Fractional Distillation of Crude Oil
Unit 3 The Alkanes
Unit 4 The Alkenes
Unit 5 Alcohols
Unit 6 Carboxylic Acids
Unit 7 Addition Polymerisation
Unit 8 Condensation Polymerisation
Unit 9 Natural Polymers