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    (Original post by elanor95)
    for the KI one at the start it said about the radioactive isotope, so I put it could contain that isotope?! is that a stupid answer? :')
    Not sure on that one, perhaps a teacher could confirm.
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    Thanks would they accept hydrogen as weak van der waals cause they are present in everything?
    Again, not sure whether you had to put hydrogen bonds specifically, though you are correct.
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    (Original post by inspiredideas)
    i think h20 is an open latice because they asked specifically about ice
    You could well be right, I am not 100% though.
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    (Original post by Dan12)
    for 4c) the Mr of potassium is 39.1 not 39.2 so I think the answer is 72.00 cm3
    Good spot, corrected
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    (Original post by james1234190)
    Again, not sure whether you had to put hydrogen bonds specifically, though you are correct.
    this paper was quite challenging there was lots of thinking needed cause hydrogen always has a high melting and boliling point? it says it in the ocr book as well?
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    this paper was quite challenging there was lots of thinking needed cause hydrogen always has a high melting and boliling point? it says it in the ocr book as well?

    Hydrogen bonds are relatively strong compared to van der Waals and dipole - dipole intermolecular forces. Covalent / Ionic bonds are much, much stronger.
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    [QUOTE=james1234190;35861606]Hydrogen bonds are relatively strong compared to van der Waals and dipole - dipole intermolecular forces. Covalent / Ionic bonds are much, much stronger.[/QUOTE

    BUT HOW LIKELY U THINK THEY WILL GIVE ME A MARK ON THAT? HOW DID U FIND THE EXAM
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    Wouldn't it be 107 for the bond angle, not 107.5?
    Also, I don't think it's iodine is toxic - the question asked why do some countries use not use it, meaning that some still do so why would they if it were toxic?
    The question started off mentioning how we need potassium so maybe the answer was some have potassium ions in their drinking water so they wouldn't need it?
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    (Original post by james1234190)
    Hydrogen bonds are relatively strong compared to van der Waals and dipole - dipole intermolecular forces. Covalent / Ionic bonds are much, much stronger.
    how likely will they give me a mark and how did iu find the exam
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    in question 1 they want to know what Relative isotopic mass is not atomic!!!!!!!!1111
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    (Original post by alizasauras)
    Thank you for doing this

    p.s I did dreadfully poor
    Are you sure? Sometimes it seems worse then it is, and the markschemes can be anything from ridiculously strict to ridiculously allowing.
    It was a hard exam.
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    i think i flopped it aswelll lost probably 40 marks if not more
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    I hope the grade boundaries go down
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    every jan its about 44-46 hope this jan it will be around 38-42
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    (Original post by kiko95)
    every jan its about 44-46 hope this jan it will be around 38-42
    Lets hope so!
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    (Original post by kiko95)
    in question 1 they want to know what Relative isotopic mass is not atomic!!!!!!!!1111
    Thanks I was meant to say 'atom of an isotope' not just an atom
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    (Original post by otrivine)

    BUT HOW LIKELY U THINK THEY WILL GIVE ME A MARK ON THAT? HOW DID U FIND THE EXAM
    I am not an examiner, marker or even a teacher so I cannot possibly say I am afraid. I found the exam challenging, but was fairly happy with how it went overall knowing that I nailed a few of the longer questions.
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    (Original post by alizasauras)
    Thank you for doing this

    p.s I did dreadfully poor
    No problem, I am sure you did better than you think
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    (Original post by james1234190)
    I am not an examiner, marker or even a teacher so I cannot possibly say I am afraid.
    thanks how did u find the exam they say boundaries hopefully between 38-42 true?
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    (Original post by otrivine)
    thanks how did u find the exam they say boundaries hopefully between 38-42 true?
    See my post, I updated Not sure on boundaries.
 
 
 
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