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(Original post by IsaaMan)
Zinc was formed because its Zn2+ so goes to neg gains to electrons (reduced) to Zn atoms (3)
i know, i know, pretty basic question right? like i said, i didnt read it correctly because i looked at so many examples of sodium chloride electrolysis, where it is dissolved, it just sort got written without really thinking
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Oh okay, I said something like:
No, the current data shows a strong correlation/trend, therefore more particle sizes aren't necessary.
Yeah, I put this as well.

Remembering doing something similar in a past paper and there was a few yes answers as well though

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I'm fairly sure Hydrogen was produced at the negative electrode in the C2 electrolysis question, because in my guide it states that if the electrolyte contains a metal more reactive than Hydrogen, then Hydrogen is produced in preference?
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I'm fairly sure Hydrogen was produced at the negative electrode in the C2 electrolysis question, because in my guide it states that if the electrolyte contains a metal more reactive than Hydrogen, then Hydrogen is produced in preference?
I wrote zinc and magnesium go to the negative and chloride goes to the positive.
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That is only the case if it is dissolved in water. The electrolyte in this case was molten zinc chloride.
Ah, thank you. I did put Zinc is reduced at the negative electrode initially but then went on to talk about Hydrogen. Hopefully the examiners don't read that far and I'll get the question right
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That was an easy paper but I messed so much up cause I hardly revised for structures cause it's quite simple so I got most of it wrong,
The grade boundaries will be high and I done so ****,
There goes my A*

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49 for an A* on unit 2 and 46 for an A* on unit 3

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Ah, thank you. I did put Zinc is reduced at the negative electrode initially but then went on to talk about Hydrogen. Hopefully the examiners don't read that far and I'll get the question right
That's what I did, I talked about hydrogen but did end up saying that zinc was the one reduced, hope I get 2 marks at least :s

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I said yes on the nano particle question on the graph, to increase sample size...?
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I said yes on the nano particle question on the graph, to increase sample size...?
Probably wouldn't get the mark for this, would need to explain the purpose of increasing sample size.
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49 for an A* on unit 2 and 46 for an A* on unit 3
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Regardless of how easy the test paper was, it appears quite a few people made silly mistakes, therefore it'll be about average, 47...
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Regardless of how easy the test paper was, it appears quite a few people made silly mistakes, therefore it'll be about average, 47...
Yeah I agree.


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how much was the energy question, energy level diagram and concentration calculation worth? made stupid mistakes in all of these
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Probably 4 marks

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Concentration q was 3 marks

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That's what I did, I talked about hydrogen but did end up saying that zinc was the one reduced, hope I get 2 marks at least :s

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Me as well i talked about them both hahaha


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Probably 4 marks

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For which question? Do you think I would get marks for the energy level diagram if I drew what I got for the energy calculation in the previous question? They shouldn't penalise twice
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Yes you should get ECF

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I don't think you had to label the energy change -just the activation energy

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Also I think they said the reaction was exothermic in the questions -so u could draw the energy diagram without the calculation, but depends on the mark scheme

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