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I know most of these, just the odd ones whitch I need to learn. Thank you
Which ones?
Possibly I can help.
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[QUOTE=S.Ahmad;47589517]I'd definitely know the definitions and try to incorporate as many of them in your answers as possible, words such as:
  • Inter-molecular/electrostatic forces - the force on the particals in a structure.
  • Yield - eistmated yeild % final yield. × 100
  • Noble gas configuration - 8 electrons on the outer shell.
  • Giant Lattice
  • Covalent, Ionic and Metallic bonding
  • Exothermic, Endothermic. Exothermic, heat given out to the surroundings. Endothermic, heat taken in from the surrounds.
  • Neutralisation
  • Oxidation, Reduction
  • Thermal Decomposition
  • Delocalised electrons, Sea of electrons - in metals, the electrons are allowed to move around which is why they can conduct electricity.
  • Fullerenes (Buckminister and Nanotubes) tiny hexagon shaped particals. Fullerences can be used for drug deliver in humans and deogent. Nano tubes are very strong and is used for tennis rackets.
  • Malluable
  • Monomer
  • Conductor
  • Polymer
  • Shape memory alloys (Nitinal)
  • Low density/high density polyethene
  • Thermosoftening, Thermosetting
  • Catalyst - speeds up the speed of a reaction. Can reuse it.
  • Activation energy - the minimum energy needed for a reaction
  • Surface area:volume ratio
  • Precipitation
  • Collision theory - the more frequently particals collide the more energy in a reaction. Can speed this up by heat, increasing the density. More surface area of particals.
  • Acids, bases and salts
  • Effluent
  • Electrolyte - negative particals are attractive to positive electrolytes. And positive particals are attractive to negative.
  • Anode and cathode
  • Cryolyte
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Correct me if any of them are wrong. I'm going to do another 2 hours of revision. 8 - 10 to make sure I've learnt all of them. Hopefully I will be alright.. :/ slightly worried.
Sorry for spelling mistakes. I'm on my phone at the moment.
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Which ones?
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Ones above ^^
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Good luck guys!
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Any predictions on the 6 markers for C2?
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(Original post by Beefman10)
  • Collision theory - the more frequently particals collide the more energy in a reaction. Can speed this up by heat, increasing the density. More surface area of particals.

Correct me if any of them are wrong. I'm going to do another 2 hours of revision. 8 - 10 to make sure I've learnt all of them. Hopefully I will be alright.. :/ slightly worried.
Sorry for spelling mistakes. I'm on my phone at the moment.
Collision theory is affected by Temperature, Concentration, Pressure and Surface area.
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Determined to not **** up this exam after Biology's failure xD So yeah, hopefully it will go well. If anybody has some challenging C2 and C3 questions, please fire them at me now, thanks
substances found on Mars.
6 (b) (i) What is the purpose of gas chromatography?
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(1 mark)
6 (b) (ii) What information do the molecular ion peaks from the mass spectrometer give about
the substances?
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(1 mark)
6 (c) The atmosphere on Venus contains droplets of sulfuric acid solution.
6 (c) (i) Suggest a pH value for sulfuric acid solution.
pH = ................................
(1 mark)
6 (c) (ii) Name the ion which makes sulfuric acid solution acidic.
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(1 mark)
6 (d) The atmosphere of Venus contains the isotopes 2
1H and 1
1H
Describe the similarities and the differences in the isotopes 2
1H and 1
1H
You should refer to the sub-atomic particles in each isotope.
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substances found on Mars.
6 (b) (i) What is the purpose of gas chromatography?
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...........
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...........
(1 mark)
6 (b) (ii) What information do the molecular ion peaks from the mass spectrometer give about
the substances?
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...........
(1 mark)
6 (c) The atmosphere on Venus contains droplets of sulfuric acid solution.
6 (c) (i) Suggest a pH value for sulfuric acid solution.
pH = ................................
(1 mark)
6 (c) (ii) Name the ion which makes sulfuric acid solution acidic.
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...........
(1 mark)
6 (d) The atmosphere of Venus contains the isotopes 2
1H and 1
1H
Describe the similarities and the differences in the isotopes 2
1H and 1
1H
You should refer to the sub-atomic particles in each isotope.
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ...........
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I would not describe that as challenging. I would suggest that you bring up the example of the planning question which was on the June 2013 paper. (Question 2)
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Guysss, do you have any idea what grade 38/60 is for C2 higher AQA. Just a rough idea would be great. Thanks
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I would not describe that as challenging. I would suggest that you bring up the example of the planning question which was on the June 2013 paper. (Question 2)
Well it was the last question on the paper which is generally one of the hardest .. but I guess it depends on what your idea of challenging is..
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I'm sitting CHEM1 and CHEM2
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Well it was the last question on the paper which is generally one of the hardest .. but I guess it depends on what your idea of challenging is..
For me, the last question on the paper was not that challenging.
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Thanks, more specifically the questions asking 'how can you improve the results of this experiment?' (OWTTE)
A good generic statement is "intoduce more intervals" but only for some questions.
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Can someone very quickly explain how changes in pressure affect equilibrium and amount of product produced? Thanks

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Can someone very quickly explain how changes in pressure affect equilibrium and amount of product produced? Thanks

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Pressure only has an effect on gaseous reactions.

An increase in pressure shifts the equilibrium to the side with less moles of gas by Le Chatelier's principle, in order to minimize the overall change in pressure of the system. In the case of the Haber process (  \text N _2 + 3 \text H _2 \longrightarrow 2 \text{NH} _3 ), the right side has less moles of gas, so an increase in pressure would cause the equilibrium position to shift to the right and increase the yield of ammonia.

Decrease in pressure does the opposite.

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Pressure only has an effect on gaseous reactions.

An increase in pressure shifts the equilibrium to the side with less moles of gas by Le Chatalier's principle, in order to minimize the overall change in pressure of the system. In the case of the Haber process (  \text N _2 + 3 \text H _2 \longrightarrow 2 \text{NH} _3 ), the right side has less moles of gas, so an increase in pressure would cause the equilibrium position to shift to the right and increase the yield of ammonia.

Decrease in pressure does the opposite.

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Okay, right, got it. Thank you so much, seriously!

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Wow , c2 was easy
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