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INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE ORGANIZATION

DIPLOMA PROGRAMME
Chemistry
For first examinations in 2003

http://www.xtremepapers.net

Chemistry
February 2001

© International Baccalaureate Organization 2001
International Baccalaureate Organization
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1218 Grand-Saconnex
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CONTENTS
PART 1—GROUP 4
INTRODUCTION

1

CURRICULUM MODEL

3

AIMS

6

OBJECTIVES

7

ACTION VERBS

8

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT)

10

EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT

13

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT

15

THE GROUP 4 PROJECT

27

PART 2—CHEMISTRY
NATURE OF THE SUBJECT

35

SYLLABUS OVERVIEW

36

SYLLABUS OUTLINE

38

SYLLABUS DETAILS
Core
Additional Higher Level
Options

44
67
81

MATHEMATICAL REQUIREMENTS

117

PART 1—GROUP 4

INTRODUCTION
The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme is a rigorous pre-university course of studies, leading to examinations, that meets the needs of highly motivated secondary school students between the ages of 16 and 19 years. Designed as a comprehensive two-year curriculum that allows its graduates to fulfill requirements of various national education systems, the Diploma Programme model is based on the pattern of no single country but incorporates the best elements of many. The programme is available in English, French and Spanish.
The curriculum is displayed in the shape of a hexagon with six academic areas surrounding the core.
Subjects are studied concurrently and students are exposed to the two great traditions of learning: the humanities and the sciences.

IB Diploma Programme guide: Chemisrty, February 2001

1

INTRODUCTION

Diploma Programme candidates are required to select one subject from each of the six subject groups.
At least three and not more than four are taken at higher level (HL), the others at standard level (SL).
Higher level courses represent 240 teaching hours; standard level courses cover 150

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