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Transcript
3. Syllabus aims and objectives
3.4 Additional information
Data Booklet
A Data Booklet is available for use in Papers 1, 2 and 4. The booklet is reprinted towards the back of the
syllabus. Copies of the booklet can be ordered from CIE Publications. Please note that changes to the
Data Booklet were made for 2009. The new booklet will have been used for the first time in the June 2009
session and Centres will have been supplied with copies at this time. Further copies will be supplied as
needed.
Nomenclature
The proposals in Signs, Symbols and Systematics (The Association for Science Education Companion
to 16–19 Science) will generally be adopted although the traditional names sulfite, nitrite, sulfur trioxide,
sulfurous acid and nitrous acid will be used in question papers. Sulfur and all compounds of sulfur will be
spelled with f, not ph.
Decimal markers
In accordance with current ASE convention, decimal markers in examination papers will be a single dot on
the line. Candidates are expected to follow this convention in their answers.
Cambridge International A & AS Level Chemistry 9701. Examination in June and November 2012.
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