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    Is there anyone that doesn't do biology that found the DNA questions easy lol
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    I put down Chlorine oxide or something which is chlorine gas basically?
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    (Original post by Jaz_ace)
    so wen u had to write the equation which one did u use
    fam they wanted both ak it was two seperate questions still one for green one for red/orange ting
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    (Original post by NFFC95)
    Is there anyone that doesn't do biology that found the DNA questions easy lol
    i drew the thing but explaining 5 marker i am unsure tbh i wrote about number of hydrogen bonding
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    Wasn't it a green solid ?


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    (Original post by king cobra)
    What were the 2 aromatic hydrolysis products


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    One was the benzene with an ammonium ion produced and the other was a alcohol
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    (Original post by NFFC95)
    Is there anyone that doesn't do biology that found the DNA questions easy lol
    Can't count the number of times GCSE biology has bailed me out in chemistry. That said I'm still gonna lose a few marks on that question.
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    (Original post by king cobra)
    Wasn't it a green solid ?


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    that's what i thought
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    (Original post by harry4625)
    the scrap steel is used to regulate temperatures i think , i remember seeing this question in a past paper but sounds like there were multiply reasons
    i said regulate temp
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    What oxidation states did every get for the V? I got +4 then the rest +5
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    I do Biology and that was no use to me whatsoever if you think that meant we had an advantage- I felt all I had drained out of me by question 2 and even that was incredible. I have no idea what they're playing at this year.

    Got an OCR English Lit tomorrow. Considering it's 2 questions and that's it and I need 28/30 on both... bye bye uni! If those questions were unexpected I'm dreading it as it's closed book to top it all off. :cry2::cry2:
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    Did anyone else get 97% for the iron in the alloy?

    And what did people get for the one where it asked us to confirm that it was first order?

    For the test for the aromatic compounds did anyone put iron (III) chloride and rxn with a metal carbonate?
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    (Original post by MrChemKid)
    what step did everyone put for redox of vanadium
    Whatever step involved the VS4 (I think it was step 1) because V was reduced.
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    (Original post by MrChemKid)
    what step did everyone put for redox of vanadium

    one
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    (Original post by MathsAddict)
    I put down Chlorine oxide or something which is chlorine gas basically?
    nah its not chlorine gas is Cl2
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    Was t it +8 and the rest +5
    And why do polymers with same linkage have diff strengths


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    (Original post by DomPear)
    Did anyone put anything about reduced thermal shock in the BOS process?!
    I did!! Cos it was one of the answers that I read on those end of module tests just before the exam!😄
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    What did people put for the: explain why combinatorial chemistry may help and how the chemical may be modified?
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    (Original post by king cobra)
    Was t it +8 and the rest +5
    And why do polymers with same linkage have diff strengths


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    Stereoregularity is different for the molecules what i put they can get closer to each other and form stronger bonding which results in higher strength and if they cant get as close they have weaker bonding..
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    (Original post by king cobra)
    Was t it +8 and the rest +5
    And why do polymers with same linkage have diff strengths


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    I got +8 (can you remind me what the compound was again?)
    I put something to do with crystalinity
 
 
 
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