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[100% Free] IB Chemistry (SL) – Part 4

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Course Instructor:

Abdullah Hatem

Course Category:

Teaching & Academics

Course Language:

English

IB Chemistry (SL) – Part 4

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Course Description

Teaching the IB (SL) chemistry syllabus, specifically, the organic chemistry chapter. The course consists of a PowerPoint presentation that I ‘ve made with my voice over narrating. The course includes a free ebook for my students. Besides, my students have my private number to ask me their questions anytime. The course covers the main introductory lesson in organic chemistry; the language of organic chemistry, alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, and the main reactions in organic chemistry.

Teaching the IB (SL) chemistry syllabus, specifically, the organic chemistry chapter. The course consists of a PowerPoint presentation that I ‘ve made with my voice over narrating. The course includes a free ebook for my students. Besides, my students have my private number to ask me their questions anytime. The course covers the main introductory lesson in organic chemistry; the language of organic chemistry, alkanes, alkenes, alcohols, and the main reactions in organic chemistry.

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Who is this course for:

 

  • IB Students

 

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