I really need help! My teacher has just set us the NEW AQA Chemistry AS practical ISA on titrations; determining the mass of an unknown acid. He is so disorganised that we have done NO revision for this at all and he expects us to do it all in two days starting from now - includding the exam relying on our GCSE knowledge. I have complained about him - but thats another story. Has anyone here done this investigation? If so could u please inform me on what kind of things the exam for the ISA asks you. Im not cheating, i honestly do need help as he doesnt even know whether we do repeats or not.
HELP ME PLEASE!
theres past papers on titrations on edexcel adn i think aqa just go through them, titration isa's one of the easiest. ive got enthalpy change which im struggling to find past papers for
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