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    (Original post by Ethan100)
    I don't know,, Doing any questions from nature's chemistry I was never taught by anyone that when you are given a short structural formula that has an insufficient amount of bonds for a certain atom (In this case carbon) to draw a double bond.

    Oh well its done now, Thanks Reveen
    I'm sure you will do fine. I think that you will get an A band 1
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    (Original post by M3g4nxx)
    What did people put for the question about another reason why ammonia is a good fertiliser?


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    I wrote it contains ammonia nitrogen which is an important fertiliser
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    What did everyone for the term used for an ionic compound or something that?

    And what did everyone get for the non-metal that can be used as an electrolyte?
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    (Original post by reveen)
    I'm sure you will do fine. I think that you will get an A band 1
    Hahaha thanks, Lets hope we all do great. So much effort and hard work that should pay off
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    (Original post by Lewis H01)
    What did everyone for the term used for an ionic compound or something that?

    And what did everyone get for the non-metal that can be used as an electrolyte?
    I didn't know why they put term in bold so I put an electrolyte is an ionic solution that can conduct electricity. I put carbon for the non metal


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    Also was it 118 for the gold isotope neutrons??


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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    I didn't know why they put term in bold so I put an electrolyte is an ionic solution that can conduct electricity. I put carbon for the non metal


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    I said carbon in the form of graphite can conduct electricity is that right ? Made it up hahaa
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    (Original post by Ethan100)
    I said carbon in the form of graphite can conduct electricity is that right ? Made it up hahaa
    Yeah I hope I get a mark for carbon too though


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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    I didn't know why they put term in bold so I put an electrolyte is an ionic solution that can conduct electricity. I put carbon for the non metal


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    I got the same

    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    Also was it 118 for the gold isotope neutrons??


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    Yeah I got that too atomic number take away mass number
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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    Also was it 118 for the gold isotope neutrons??


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    I put 118 too
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    (Original post by Lewis H01)
    I got the same



    Yeah I got that too atomic number take away mass number
    Good, thanks


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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    Yeah I hope I get a mark for carbon too though


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    Is what I wrote right ? Or should I have stayed safe and just wrote carbon ?
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    (Original post by Lewis H01)
    What did everyone for the term used for an ionic compound or something that?

    And what did everyone get for the non-metal that can be used as an electrolyte?
    For the first one I got electrolyte and the second I got carbon
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    (Original post by Ethan100)
    Is what I wrote right ? Or should I have stayed safe and just wrote carbon ?
    No, you should be fine, graphite conducts electricity and contains carbon (a non metal) which it asked for


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    (Original post by Puppo)
    For the first one I got electrolyte and the second I got carbon
    Carbon in the form of graphite correct? or just carbon ?
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    What did people get for the volume of the titration? There weren't two titres :/
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    (Original post by Lewis H01)
    What did people get for the volume of the titration? There weren't two titres :/
    For the average ? I added them and divided by 2... Please tell me that's correct ??

    There was titre 1 (rough), Titre 2 and titre3
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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    No, you should be fine, graphite conducts electricity and contains carbon (a non metal) which it asked for


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    Yasssss Do you have another exam ? or are you done
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    (Original post by Ethan100)
    Yasssss Do you have another exam ? or are you done
    No I have history on Friday what about you??


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    (Original post by Ethan100)
    For the average ? I added them and divided by 2... Please tell me that's correct ??

    There was titre 1 (rough), Titre 2 and titre3
    My teacher said you never use the rough titre, what did you get as your answer?
 
 
 
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