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    (Original post by GillyTheGhillie)
    Clearly not much if EVERYONE I have spoken to, including people who have done pretty much no revision, has said that it was probably the easiest paper they've ever done.
    It doesn't even matter how 'easy' people found it. Every year there's those boys who say 'oh yeah it was piss easy' and end up with D/Es.
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    The easiest paper ever! It seems you haven't done much past papers we had some easier than this! No offense tho😊
    (Original post by GillyTheGhillie)
    Clearly not much if EVERYONE I have spoken to, including people who have done pretty much no revision, has said that it was probably the easiest paper they've ever done.
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    (Original post by GillyTheGhillie)
    Well, you should have revised then, everyone I have spoken to has said that it was an easy paper.
    Paper was straight forward ... 81=A .. but come on its not cool to say to some1 that they should have been revising. Every1 is different and lets respect this fact. Keeping it neutral ...
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    (Original post by nicoleemmak)
    it doesn't even matter how 'easy' people found it. Every year there's those boys who say 'oh yeah it was piss easy' and end up with d/es.
    preach it girlfriend.
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    (Original post by GillyTheGhillie)
    I think there was one with Iodine and Hydrogen Peroxide, which was I2 + H2O2 -> I2O+H2O
    Are you sure? Was this the equation before you had to form an iodate ion equation?
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    (Original post by LaraDresser)
    It's in aqueous solution so it is in water, this is the typical complex ion for when you add ammonia
    Ahh I thought that was only when your adding it to Cu(H2O)6. Ah oh well it was only one mark
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    That exam was harder than last year. 78 for an A.
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    Agree it was harder than last year! But I think it's gonna be 80 for an A
    (Original post by rory58824)
    That exam was harder than last year. 78 for an A.
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    (Original post by nicoleemmak)
    Ahh I thought that was only when your adding it to Cu(H2O)6. Ah oh well it was only one mark
    As long as you put the correct colour i actually think that they will accept both [Cu(NH3)6]2+ OR [Cu(NH3)4(H20)2]2+
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    Did anyone balance thr Au equation and I2 equations? They took soo long to do omg-.-

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    (Original post by HFancy1997)
    Did anyone balance thr Au equation and I2 equations? They took soo long to do omg-.-

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    omg! this was like 3 marks I was so confused do you remember what the reaction ended up being?
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    (Original post by nicoleemmak)
    It doesn't even matter how 'easy' people found it. Every year there's those boys who say 'oh yeah it was piss easy' and end up with D/Es.
    I posted statistics, gave evidence, and reasons why grade boundaries won't be low. If you don't want to open your eyes then don't.
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    (Original post by GillyTheGhillie)
    Clearly not much if EVERYONE I have spoken to, including people who have done pretty much no revision, has said that it was probably the easiest paper they've ever done.
    Hahahahahaha they're probably lying mate
    Or thought they got questions right but really got caught out without knowing
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    Did anyone get water at 60c as slightly alkaline ? Higher conc of oh- than h+?
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    anyone remember the question where I2 in alkaline condition disproportionate to form I- and I(V) and water, i cant seem to balance that out
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    (Original post by Mr Average.98)
    Paper was straight forward ... 81=A .. but come on its not cool to say to some1 that they should have been revising. Every1 is different and lets respect this fact. Keeping it neutral ...
    It was neutral until the people who found it hard started attacking everyone else. Not cool to take your anger out on others.
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    (Original post by anndz3007)
    anyone remember the question where I2 in alkaline condition disproportionate to form I- and I(V) and water, i cant seem to balance that out
    Sameeee
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    (Original post by anndz3007)
    anyone remember the question where I2 in alkaline condition disproportionate to form I- and I(V) and water, i cant seem to balance that out
    That was a tough two marks tbf. Remind me again of the reactants and products and i'll do it again. Can't be sure it's right but mine was balanced.
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    i had to put electrons in the iodate one
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    Think I got

    6OH- +3I2 -----> 5I- +IO3- +3H2O

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