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Run this app named Chemistry: Topical Questions or download it using ApkOnline. You can do it using our Android online emulator.

Chemistry Topical Past KCSE Questions and Answers Application is developed to equip the users with the skills and knowledge to tackle Chemistry Questions and provide relevant answers to the KCSE Examiner. The Application has content (Topical Questions and Answers) beginning from form One up to Form Four organized topically in a logical order.
This App features the following Topics:
1.1.0 Introduction to Chemistry
2.0.0 Simple Classification of Substances
5.0.0 Water and Hydrogen
6.0.0 Structure of the Atom and the Periodic Table
7.0.0 Chemical families: Patterns in Properties
8.0.0 Structure and Bonding
9.0.0 Salts
10.0.0 Effect of Electric Current on Substances
11.0.0 Carbon and some of its Compounds
12.0.0 Gas Laws
13.0.0 The Mole-Formulae and Chemical Equations
14.0.0 Organic Chemistry I (Hydrocarbons)
15.0.0 Nitrogen and it's Compounds
16.0.0 Sulphur and its Compounds
17.0.0 Chlorine and its Compounds
18.0.0 Acids, Bases and Salts
19.0.0 Energy Changes in Chemical and Physical Processes
20.0.0 Reaction Rates and Reversible Reactions
21.0.0 Electrochemistry
22.0.0 Metals
23.0.0 Organic Chemistry II (Alkanols and Alkanoic Acids) (20 Lessons)
24.0.0 Radioactivity




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Developer: Mr Njogu - Martin Wanyoike

Recent changes: Chemistry Topical Past KCSE Questions and Answers Application is developed to equip the users with the skills and knowledge to tackle Chemistry Questions and provide relevant answers to the KCSE Examiner. The Application has content (Topical Questions and Answers) beginning from form One up to Form Four organized topically in a logical order.


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