F332 terms

There's a vast majority of terms that the exam board will want you to recall state or explain, these are meanings for terms of new terms introduced to you in F332 but it is important not to forget the terms of F331 as well

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1. When a halogenoalkane is hydrolysed (hydrolysis) this means

  • decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with water
  • decomposition of an element by reaction with hydrogen
  • decomposition of a chemical compound by reaction with hydrogen
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2. Substitution is when...

  • there is a reaction in which an atom or a group of atoms is not replaced by an atom or group of atoms
  • there is a reaction in which an atom or group of atoms is replaced by another atom or group of atoms
  • there is a reaction in which an atom or groups of atoms is broken down by water

3. A nucleophile is...

  • a species that accepts an electron to form a chemical bond in a reaction
  • a species that donates an electron pair to form a chemical bond in a reaction
  • a species that has no electrons
  • a species that donates an electron to form a chemical bond in a reaction
  • a species that accepts an electron pair to form a chemical bond in a reaction

4. The activation enthalpy is...

  • minimum energy in a chemical reaction
  • minimum energy needed to cause a chemical reaction
  • maximum energy needed to cause a chemical reaction to

5. The dynamic equilibrium is....

  • a chemical equilibrium between a forward and reverse reaction where the rates of reaction aren
  • an equilibrium where the forwards and reverse reaction are not equal
  • a chemical equilibrium between a forward reaction and the reverse reaction where the rate of reactions are equal
  • a chemical equilibrium between a forward reaction and reverse reaction where the rate of reaction is almost equal

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megan

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some of the questions have only half of the answers in :/

Lorna Mashongamhende

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you're right thanks, :) i'll edit them tonight

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