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    You will never get penalised for putting OH on the end of an alcohol. Salters is idiots but not that idiotic. Order doesn't matter either. If it's an ether you will get penalised for OH but an alcohol, not a chance.
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    I'll email him btw what did you get for the why would Strontium replace Calcium in Calcium carbonate
    They are in the same group [1 marking point]
    So react in a similar way [2nd marking point]

    1 mark, but both statements have to be said. Salters.....

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    Can we get the questions ordered and the correct answers together? Will be easier than just asking about random questions with random answers unordered.
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    (Original post by Jam3898)
    You will never get penalised for putting OH on the end of an alcohol. Salters is idiots but not that idiotic. Order doesn't matter either. If it's an ether you will get penalised for OH but an alcohol, not a chance.
    I can provide proof that salters is that stupid. I honestly can.
    technically speaking thats a cross between shortened structural and molecular anyway.

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    (Original post by vuvuzela)
    They are in the same group [1 marking point]
    So react in a similar way [2nd marking point]

    1 mark, but both statements have to be said. Salters.....

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    Yay ikr hate salters -_-

    Did you have to mention anything about strontium being more reactive?
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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    Yay ikr hate salters -_-

    Did you have to mention anything about strontium being more reactive?
    No those 2 points suffice

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    (Original post by Marli-Ruth)
    I'll email him btw what did you get for the why would Strontium replace Calcium in Calcium carbonate
    Same group, you?
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    Q1)

    Filling in table

    14 14 14
    14 15 14
    14 16 14

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    (Original post by DominoMatrix227)
    Same group, you?
    Me too same group so similar properties
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    Unofficial Mark Scheme
    Anyone
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    You know the question about why zeolite was used in cracking I put as it has a large surface area . Did they want the property of zeolite that makes it useful as a catalyst or just that it is used as a catalyst ???😛
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    (Original post by josephinemar25)
    You know the question about why zeolite was used in cracking I put as it has a large surface area . Did they want the property of zeolite that makes it useful as a catalyst or just that it is used as a catalyst ???😛
    Just the fact that it's a catalyst


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    If someone orders the questions, I'll make an unofficial mark scheme.
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    How would you get the two marks for the dot and cross?
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    Is the general thought that this paper was harder or easier than average?
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    (Original post by Kichelle)
    Is the general thought that this paper was harder or easier than average?
    I personally thought it was the easiest paper out of all the 12 past papers I've practised. So I thought an A would be 52/54


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    Anyone got any ideas with regards to the grade boundaries?
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    Would they except c4h9oh for the butan2ol
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    (Original post by Mattwindsorr)
    Anyone got any ideas with regards to the grade boundaries?
    I think an A would be ~48/49
 
 
 
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