Chloe F. GCSE Chemistry tutor, A Level Chemistry tutor

Chloe F.

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Studying: Chemistry (Bachelors) - Bristol University

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About me

Hi! I'm Chloe, a 2nd year Chemistry undergraduate at Bristol University.

I enjoy sharing my passion for chemistry and want to show you how fun and interesting it can be!

I have previously tutored a student in Chemistry, my three younger siblings and two GCSE maths students.

 

The sessions:

The key to Chemistry is it is an interesting and fundamental view of the world.

You will decide the topics you want to work on each week and I will provide lots of different explanations for the topics to ensure you have a full understanding of the topics.

 

I really look forward to meeting you!

 

Hi! I'm Chloe, a 2nd year Chemistry undergraduate at Bristol University.

I enjoy sharing my passion for chemistry and want to show you how fun and interesting it can be!

I have previously tutored a student in Chemistry, my three younger siblings and two GCSE maths students.

 

The sessions:

The key to Chemistry is it is an interesting and fundamental view of the world.

You will decide the topics you want to work on each week and I will provide lots of different explanations for the topics to ensure you have a full understanding of the topics.

 

I really look forward to meeting you!

 

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
ChemistryA-level (A2)A

Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
ChemistryA Level£20 /hr
ChemistryGCSE£18 /hr

Questions Chloe has answered

What is the structure of benzene?

Benzene is an aromatic compound.

The structure of benzene is a 6 membered ring of carbons each bonded to eachother with a sigma bond, containing two electrons.

The remaining 6 electrons form a pi-cloud of electrons which are delocalised above and below the ring.

This means benzene is...

1. stronger than is expected

2. easily undergoes electrophilic substitution due to available electrons

3. unlikely to undergo addition reactions due to high stability

Benzene is an aromatic compound.

The structure of benzene is a 6 membered ring of carbons each bonded to eachother with a sigma bond, containing two electrons.

The remaining 6 electrons form a pi-cloud of electrons which are delocalised above and below the ring.

This means benzene is...

1. stronger than is expected

2. easily undergoes electrophilic substitution due to available electrons

3. unlikely to undergo addition reactions due to high stability

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