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Chemistry 11

Grade 11 Chemistry Topics


High school chemistry is most commonly taken in grade 11.

High school chemistry is most commonly taken in grade 11.

Ben Mills

High school chemistry most commonly is offered during the 11th grade as Chemistry 11. This is a list of Chemistry 11 or 11th Grade High School Chemistry topics. A collection of high school chemistry notes may be found here.

Atomic and Molecular Structure

Chemical Bonds


Acids and Bases


Chemical Solutions

  • definitions of solute and solvent
  • dissolving process as a result of random molecular motion
  • temperature, pressure, and surface area - their affect the dissolving process
  • concentration of a solute in terms of grams per liter, molarity, parts per million and percent composition
  • relationship between the molality of solute in a solution, and the solution's freezing point depression or boiling point elevation
  • chromatography
  • distillation

Rates of Chemical Reactions

Chemical Equilibrium

  • Le Chatelier's Principle
  • forward and reverse reaction rates and equilibrium
  • equilibrium constant expression for a reaction

Thermodynamics and Physical Chemistry

  • temperature and heat flow related to the motion of particles
  • endothermic and exothermic chemical processes
  • endergonic and exergonic chemical processes
  • problems involving heat flow and temperature changes
  • Hess's Law to calculate enthalpy change in a reaction
  • Gibbs free energy equation to determine whether a reaction would be spontaneous

Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry

Introduction to Nuclear Chemistry

  • protons and neutrons
  • nuclear forces
  • electromagnetic repulsion between the protons
  • nuclear fusion
  • nuclear fission
  • radioactive isotopes
  • alpha, beta, and gamma decay
  • alpha, beta, and gamma radiation
  • calculating half-life and amount of radioactive material remaining
  • nuclear substructure

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