Chemistry 12 consists of four units of study:
Unit 1: Thermochemical Changes - explores how heat, a form of energy, is absorbed or released in chemical reactions. Changes in physical and chemical systems are explored;
Unit 2: Equilibrium: Acids and Bases in Chemical Changes – explains that few chemical reactions proceed in only one direction and investigates chemical systems at equilibrium;
Unit 3: Solutions, Kinetics and Equilibrium – focuses to develop the understanding of mixtures, solutions, bonding and the stoichiometry that relates. This investigation leads to factors that affect the rates of chemical reactions, chemical equilibrium and quantitative treatment of reaction systems;
Unit 4: Electrochemical Changes – examines electrochemical systems, analyses of oxidation-reduction systems, and quantifies the matter and energy involved.