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    (Original post by emzzymarsh)
    Yeah!
    I'M NOT SURE IF THIS IS RIGHT but i think it might of been 2e- then H+ for the other blank, i didn't put this though
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    (Original post by Chiddy16)
    What if you said ammonia chloride?
    I put Ammonia Chloride instead of Ammonium Chloride but I'm hoping we'll still get the mark as the understanding is there.
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    (Original post by CopyThat)
    WHat did you guys put for the metal? I put that it was in layers of atoms which can slide over eachother easily allowing it to be bent and shaped ... I forgot to use the word malleable :/
    That is the definition for malleable but don't worry.
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    (Original post by B3ASTy)
    I'M NOT SURE IF THIS IS RIGHT but i think it might of been 2e- then H+ for the other blank, i didn't put this though

    Ah okay! I put
    2Cl and on the other side e-2
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    (Original post by B3ASTy)
    I'M NOT SURE IF THIS IS RIGHT but i think it might of been 2e- then H+ for the other blank, i didn't put this though
    For the half equation, I just put 2,2. As from past papers, I saw that same question.
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    They made up for C2 with C3. The difference in difficulty between the two papers was mindblowing
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    (Original post by pugs.notdrugs)
    Yeah I said to put it in an ice bath, and measure the temperature there, I think they'll both get the mark tbh
    Yea thats what i put!! I totally misunderstood the question at first and thought it wanted to do the experiment by keeping the temperature at 5 degrees for the control variable
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    What did u guys get for the half equation????
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    (Original post by Gibbo1709)
    I put Ammonia Chloride instead of Ammonium Chloride but I'm hoping we'll still get the mark as the understanding is there.
    Thanks
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    In terms of the accuracy question, a lot of you are talking about using thermometers with a higher resolution or digital thermometers but I don't think that's right at all because the question asks about how to improve ACCURACY (how close the results are to the true value), not PRECISION (how close the results are to each other). Instead, I would say that improving accuracy would involve insulating the beaker or something similar to that.
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    (Original post by theone97)
    In terms of the accuracy question, a lot of you are talking about using thermometers with a higher resolution or digital thermometers but I don't think that's right at all because the question asks about how to improve ACCURACY (how close the results are to the true value), not PRECISION (how close the results are to each other). Instead, I would say that improving accuracy would involve insulating the beaker or something similar to that.
    I put use something that would stop heat from escaping the beaker
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    (Original post by ProbablyJade)
    Yea thats what i put!! I totally misunderstood the question at first and thought it wanted to do the experiment by keeping the temperature at 5 degrees for the control variable
    I put place the breaker in a water bath and cool it?? Would that get the marks?

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    (Original post by Blancosdos)
    So did u get 82%? I did.
    yeah i got 82%
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    (Original post by B3ASTy)
    Arghhh one of my friends put that. But i couldnt remember the phrase 'ammonium' so i put chloride nitrate
    aaa haha i could only get ammonium because it mentioned ammonium nitrate in the question after but i couldn't remember the chloride bit rip
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    (Original post by llama_whisperer)
    What did u guys get for the half equation????
    It was 2Cl on the left and 2e- on the right. (I think)
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    (Original post by Oasis61)
    I put place the breaker in a water bath and cool it?? Would that get the marks?

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    No! i think that's the right answer, that's what i put as well
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    (Original post by Gibbo1709)
    I put Ammonia Chloride instead of Ammonium Chloride but I'm hoping we'll still get the mark as the understanding is there.
    I very much doubt you will get the mark
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    (Original post by Chiddy16)
    What if you said ammonia chloride?
    Would be ammonium chloride. The ion is shown on the data sheet
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Grade boundaries incoming:

    A* - 60
    A - 59
    B - 58
    C - 57
    HAHA seems accurate


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    (Original post by exampro788)
    can you put 180 for 6 marker
    I PUT 190kg FOR THE 6 MARKER AND IM SCARED IF I JUST GET 0 MARKS 😂😭 sorry for shouting haha x


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