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* Candidate Performance Report for 2011
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* 2014 Topical Revision Questions Form 1 - Form 4
* 2015 Forn 4 Entry Exams
* 2015 Kabarak, Sacho, Sunshine / Nakuru Mocks  with Marking Schemes
* 2014 KCSE PAST PAPERS
* 1 Hour Power Packed CD Talk by KCSE Examiners

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CLICK HERE TO PLAY - FORM 3 BIOLOGY SAMPLE

 

Acids Bases and Salts
Acids and Bases
Strong and Weak Acids
Definition of an Acid
Definition of a Base
Salts
Strong and Weak Acids and Bases
Strong Acid
Weak Acid
Strong Bases
Weak Bases
Determining
Amphoteric Oxides and Hydroxides
Introduction
Reaction With Acids
Reaction With Bases
Effect of Solvent
Properties of Hcl in Water and Methylbenzene
Properties in Ammonia Solution
Complex Ions
Introduction To Complex Ions
Reaction in NaoH
Reaction in Excess NaoH
Examples
Complex Cations
Solubility of Salts and Solubility Curves
Solubility of Potassium Nitrate
Sample Results
Calculations
Explanations
Solubility Curve
Explanation
Uses of Solubility Curves
Water Hardness
In Boiled Solutions
Types of Water Hardness
Real of Temporary Hardness
Using Sodium Carbonate
Real of Permanent Hardness
Ion Exchange Resin
Soap and Hardness
Advantages and Disadvantages of Water Hardness
Rgy Changes
Exothermic Reactions
Endothermic Reactions
Enthalpy
Notation
Diagrams of Exothermic
Diagrams of Endothermic
Latent Heat
Heat of Fusion
Latent Heat of Vapourization
Energy Changes in Chemical Processe
Enthalpy Change
Bond Energies
Example
Enthalpy of Solution
Enthalpy of Sodium Hydroxide
Definition
Enthalpy of Combustion
Heating Water Using Ethanol
Enthalpy of Displacement
Heat of Displacement of Copper
Enthalpy of Neutralization
Reaction Betwn HCl and NaoH
Hess's Law
Energy Level Diagram of Co
Energy Cycle Diagram
Energy Level Diagrams
Fuels
Types of Fuel
Definition of Fuels
Factors Considered
Environmental Effects of Fuels
Acid Rain
Global Warming
Suffocation
Respiratory Diseases
Reaction Rates and Reversible Reactions
Reaction Rates
Fast Reaction
Slow Reaction
Collision Theory
Reaction Path of Exothermic Reaction
Reaction Path of Endothermic Reaction
Measuring Rates of Reactions
Factors Affecting Rate of Reaction
Concentration
Graical Representation
Temperature
Surface Area
Catalyst
Amount of Oxygen
Effect ofaCatalyst
Reactions and Catalysts
Pressure
Effect of Pressure
Reversible Reactions
Reactions
Equilibrium in Chromium Ion
Experiments On Reversible Reactions
State of Equilibrium
Use of Indicator
Electrochemistry
Redox Reactions
Oxidation Number
Assigning Oxidation Number
Redox Equations
Displacement Reactions As Redox Reactions
Oxidation and Reduction
Displacement Reactions of Halogens
Electrochemical Cell
Setting Up
Standard Electrode Potential
Cell Notation
Electro Motive Force
Electrolysis
Oxidation
Reduction
Factors Affecting Preferential Discharge
Electrolysis of Dilute Sodium Chloride
Concentration of Electrolyte
Electrolysis of Concentrated Sodium Chloride
Nature of Electrodes
Using Copper Electrodes
Quantity of Electricity
Faradayís First Law
The Faradays Constant
Equation
Application
Metanimals
General Process of Extraction
Electrochemical Series and Extraction
Extraction of Sodium Metal By Electrolysis
Extraction
Uses of Sodium
Extraction of Aluminium
Extraction From Bauxite
Uses of Aluminium
Extraction of Iron By Reduction
Ores of Iron
Blast Furnace
Products of Extraction
Uses of Iron
Pollution Effects
Extraction of Copper Lead and Zinc
Occurence of Copper
Extraction of Copper
Purification of Copper
Uses of Copper
Occurence of Zinc
Extraction Condt
Uses of Zinc
Control of Pollution
Organic Chemistry
Alkanolsintroduction
Nomenclature of Alkanols
Examples of Alkanols
Naming Alkanols
Preparation of Alkanols
Industrial Production of Ethanol
Fermentation of Carbohydrates
Fermentation
Ysical Properties
Chemical Properties
Reaction With Sodium
With Concentrated Suluric Acid
With Alkanoic Acids (esterification)
Oxidation With Ethanol
Observation and Conclusion
Uses of Alkanoic Acids (esterification)
Alkanoic Acids
Nomenclature of Alkanoic Acids
Preparation
With Magnesium Rion
With Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
Observations and Conclusion
With Ethanol
Uses
Detergents
Laboratory Preparation of Soap
Observation
Hydrolysis
The Role of Soap in Cleaning
Soapless Detergents
Advantages
Preparation of Soapless Detergents
Using Alcol
Polymers
Types of Polymerization
Examples of Additional Polymerization
Condensational Polymers
Properties and Uses
Advantages and Disadvantages
Natural Polymers and Fibres
Radioactivity
Atoms
Examples of Isotope
Disintegration of Isotopes
Types of Radioactivity
Types of Radiation
Ala Emission
Beta Emission
Gamma Emission
Summary
Characteristics and Properties of Radiation
Penetrating Power
Ionization Ability
Magnetic Field
Half Life
Calculating Half Life
Nuclear Fussion and Fission
Nuclear Fission
Nuclear Fussion
Uses of Radio Activity
Chemistry
Medicine
Industries
Agriculture
Archeology
Energy
Pollution Effect
 

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