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    How many marks was the finding the volume for the first calculation question?
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    (Original post by xambercx)
    Your highest mark/grade is the one they use
    rahhh youre pengers
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    (Original post by alevelsarepoo)
    I wrote argon too, we'll definitely lose all the marks. If you write the wrong thing the mark scheme says CE = 0 meaning you can't get any marks if you write the wron answer even if your explanation is justifiable
    I wouldn't worry about it, it was only 2 marks
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    I think I got the same mark as last year..what a waste of money :/

    I got 24.something for % yield. How did people get 49%?
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    (Original post by Sniperdon227)
    wait so 1065 000 000 g is correct
    Yeah
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    (Original post by emsieMC)
    Yeah
    I'm assuming that I got the right working out, but the wrong units then...how many marks out of 3 would I get approximately? 2?
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    (Original post by emsieMC)
    Yeah
    if my 1065 000 000 g is correct the unoff ms answer is wrong
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    Could you say bubbles of gas instea do effervescence? I wasn't sure with the spelling so I went with bubbles of co2 gas
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    Guess it is, that is what I got and I checked it multiple times because it was so big. to get into dm3 you have to multiple from m3 by a 1000

    (Original post by Sniperdon227)
    if my 1065 000 000 g is correct the unoff ms answer is wrong
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    (Original post by emsieMC)
    Yeah
    I thought it was 1065000g
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    Same here!!!!!!!! I got 24.6 or something. But somehow everyone else got 46 or something :/
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    (Original post by Manexopi)
    I think I got the same mark as last year..what a waste of money :/

    I got 24.something for % yield. How did people get 49%?
    same here!!!!!! I got 24.6%. :/
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    (Original post by emsieMC)
    Could you say bubbles of gas instea do effervescence? I wasn't sure with the spelling so I went with bubbles of co2 gas
    I said that too
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    What u guys put for the one similarity and one difference. Do u think there will be CE
    If u gave the wrong point but correct reason.
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    (Original post by EmmaHarvard)
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    What u guys put for the one similarity and one difference. Do u think there will be CE
    If u gave the wrong point but correct reason.
    Yeah its CE
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    (Original post by vinchy)
    Yeah its CE


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    Kool what did u put?
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    (Original post by vinchy)
    Yeah its CE
    Doubt its CE its like guessing an answer you dont definitively know the correct answer
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    (Original post by Karatekid Shiva)
    same here!!!!!! I got 24.6%. :/
    I got 24.6 also
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    (Original post by EmmaHarvard)
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    Kool what did u put?
    I put same abundance and different m/z
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    For the question on the highest melting point, I was contemplating Aluminium (as it was 3+) and Silicon, but I put Aluminium, which is wrong. I gave a good, full explanation but any ideas if they will put CE=0 or if they have in the past for a similar question, or will they credit the explanation part?
 
 
 
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