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    (Original post by EUSHA)
    but cracking also does that
    cracking doesn't form hydrogen always right. idk but my notes had hydrogen as a valuable by product of reforming
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    (Original post by chemistryAYS)
    what did everyone get in the multiple choice for the amount of moles of water in every hydrated mole of the substance
    I got 6.
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    (Original post by Mimiastc)
    probally a really stupid question but which was the smallest with the ions mcq i.e. mg plus or LI plus or O 2minus i can't really remember the options...

    also the first stage of separating the mgcl thing ?????
    Smallest ion is Mg2+
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    (Original post by Sandy_Vega30)
    Smallest ion is Mg2+
    yay! thanks, everyone at my school said different things so wasn't sure haha
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    (Original post by userk 12)
    cracking doesn't form hydrogen always right. idk but my notes had hydrogen as a valuable by product of reforming
    I looked it up in google it was A i think
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    (Original post by Sandy_Vega30)
    Isn't reforming the process in which straight-chain molecules are converted to branched forms? If so, it should be A, coz that was the only one forming an alkene.
    I did same

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    (Original post by Mimiastc)
    yay! thanks, everyone at my school said different things so wasn't sure haha
    Your Welcome! :grin:
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    (Original post by Hamadtype-)
    I looked it up in google it was A i think
    but whats the difference between A and B. I was struggling to figure out which one it was but I ended up writing B ( the one with two alkenes and hydrogen)
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    (Original post by Hamadtype-)
    I looked it up in google it was A i think
    Yay!!!!!!!! I Love you! :heart::banana:
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    Could someone remind me what the options were relevant to A B C D for the reforming question? I remember my answer but not the letter.
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    (Original post by userk 12)
    cracking doesn't form hydrogen always right. idk but my notes had hydrogen as a valuable by product of reforming
    Hydrogen was a must product i chose A for that
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    (Original post by Sandy_Vega30)
    Isn't reforming the process in which straight-chain molecules are converted to branched forms? If so, it should be A, coz that was the only one forming an alkene.
    I also did A and hydrogen was also a by product right?
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    I also did A and hydrogen was also a by product right?
    Yes!!!!!
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    (Original post by Sandy_Vega30)
    Oh yeah! That makes sense! Damn it!
    But A was the right answer
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    (Original post by chemistryAYS)
    what did everyone get in the multiple choice for the amount of moles of water in every hydrated mole of the substance
    6 moles
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    (Original post by ToxicPhantom007)
    i wrote that amount of polymers may increase but to a little extent as percentages are low
    I also wrote it will increase coz methane was 90%
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    But A was the right answer
    It made sense because large compunds like Decane are reformed to cyclohexane and stuff. I got side tracked by that. Smaller molecules such as C4H10 are reformed into an alkene and H2. SO, for our case, i think its safe to say that A is the correct answer.
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    (Original post by MrBioBombastic)
    But A was the right answer
    It made sense because large compounds like Decane are reformed to cyclohexane and stuff. I got side tracked by that. Smaller molecules such as C4H10 are reformed into an alkene and H2. SO, for our case, i think its safe to say that A is the correct answer.
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    I don't know which letter the choice was that showed a cyclic compound. However I'm getting confused by everyones responses because according to CGP "Reforming converts alkanes into aromatic hydrocarbons". Which source have you guys used to say it's just branched?
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    (Original post by Sandy_Vega30)
    Yay!!!!!!!! I Love you! :heart::banana:
    I got this from wikipedia which shows that the answer is probably D

    Link:https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalytic_reforming

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