Chemical Monitoring and Management


Chemical Monitoring and Management

The Chemical Monitoring and Management Module is part of the New South Wales, Higher School Certificate (HSC) Chemistry course studied by Secondary Students in their final year of schooling (Year 12). Students study four modules, 3 compulsory, and 1 of the 5 elective modules.

The 3 compulsory modules are:

  • Identification and Production of Materials
  • The Acidic Environment
  • Chemical Monitoring and Management

The five option modules, of which one may be studied are:

  • Industrial Chemistry
  • Shipwrecks and Salvage
  • Forensic Chemistry
  • The Biochemistry of Movement
  • The Chemistry of Art

The module "Chemical Monitoring and Management" is designed to teach students studying Chemistry:

  • The Role of Chemists in Monitoring and Management of Chemical Reactions
  • Various Methods of Chemical Analysis
  • The Production of Ammonia (The Haber/Bosch Process)
  • Chemical Equilibrium
  • Le Chatelier's Principle
  • The role of Catalysts
  • Identification of chemicals using chemical tests and Spectroscopy
  • The Chemical Monitroing and Management of the atmosphere and waterways

The syllabus was created by the New South Wales Board of Studies.

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