Molecules (Chemistry O Level Notes)

The Best Chemistry O Level Notes

The Best Chemistry O Level Notes compiled from all around the world at one place for your ease so you can prepare for your tests and examinations with the satisfaction that you have the best resources available to you.

About Chemistry:

Chemistry is the branch of science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed; the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change; and the use of these processes to form new substances.

You can find the Chemistry O Level Notes below:

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29 replies
  1. Taseen
    Taseen says:

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    please fix this or send me the fresh link please.

  2. Sidharth
    Sidharth says:

    hi it seems like there is a mistake as the o level chemistry notes arent in the here whereas in there place there are the a level notes. pls fix it.

  3. timothy
    timothy says:

    for the a level topical questions there are only answers for multiple choice questions and there aren’t any for structred questions?

  4. Sabrina
    Sabrina says:

    I think there is a mistake in file chemistry notes 1.6 pg 12….endothermic and exothermic are mixed up
    thank you


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