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Degree: Chemistry and Molecular Physics (Masters) - Nottingham University
Hi there! My name is Daniel and I am currently in my third studying Chemistry and Molecular Physics at the University of Nottingham. My course combines the both Chemistry and Physics covering a wide general knowledge of both the subjects whilst also focusing in detail where Physical Chemistry and Quantum Physics come together.
I have worked with multiple youth organisations and schools running leadership training and life skills sessions for nearly 7 years. This has granted me a lot of experience in catering individual learning for the specific student.
I am available most afternoons during the week and happy to teach sessions on weekends.
I am enthusiastic about the subjects I study and hope to create a strong foundation and understanding in the Tutorial sessions. Every person learns and engages with each subject differently. I aim to find a way that maximises the individuals learning and allows them to enjoy the subject. I highly encourage students to ask questions often and so they become confident in themselves and their answers.
Feel free to get in touch if you would like to know more, and I hope I can help you find the tools so solve your science and maths problems. Looking forward to hearing from you.
|Chemistry||A Level||£24 /hr|
|Physics||A Level||£24 /hr|
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This is a standard definition question that is relatively common in A level papers.
The standar molar enthalpy change of atomisation is defined as the enthalpy change when 1 mol of an element in its standard state is atomised to produce 1 mol of gaseous atoms.
By "standard state" we mean the state the element is naturally found, for example for Chlorine it is Cl2(g) and for Sodium it is Na(s).see more