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    (Original post by harmony_x)
    what did you put for the thermal stability question with the table?
    As you go down the group, thermal stability increases because the mass of fuel lost after burning decreases. Then to test using limewater, heat carbonates and bubble the resulting gas through limewater, time how long it takes to go cloudy, the more thermally stable ones take longer
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    I got 4 areas of electron density, 109 and bent shape for SO4
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    For the zeolite one ( Contains holes which trap branched hydrocarbons, the compounds both are branched as they have methyl groups so they get trapped)
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    (Original post by samhorton11)
    B A C E D?
    I didn't know wave particle duality was on the spec?
    For my order I put B A C D E I didn't know what wave duality is.


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    (Original post by SohaXO)
    I got 4 areas of electron density, 109 and bent shape for SO4
    I think I put 109 , and yea same!
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    (Original post by SohaXO)
    I got 4 areas of electron density, 109 and bent shape for SO4
    Shape was tetrahedral because there are 4 bonding pairs around the central S?
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    (Original post by Kaz_96)
    As you go down the group, thermal stability increases because the mass of fuel lost after burning decreases. Then to test using limewater, heat carbonates and bubble the resulting gas through limewater, time how long it takes to go cloudy, the more thermally stable ones take longer

    That's what I said too, co2 gas bubbles through the limewater turning it cloudy
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    (Original post by Kaz_96)
    Shape was tetrahedral because there are 4 bonding pairs around the central S?
    Sorry yeah tetrahedral, but I saw bent online after he exam I searched
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    (Original post by Kwaks)
    For my order I put B A C D E I didn't know what wave duality is.


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    I think that is talking about the latest quantum model? electrons exist in sub shell thing
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    What did you guys write for the bond angle? Because it said its attached to two other oxygens?
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    Shape is tethradehral for 4 areas no lone pairs and I put same for thermal stability also for the zeolite of F was branches and the other one was straight I thought ?
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    (Original post by Kaz_96)
    Shape was tetrahedral because there are 4 bonding pairs around the central S?
    did it ask for shape or just the angle?
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    (Original post by SohaXO)
    Sorry yeah tetrahedral, but I saw bent online after he exam I searched
    did it even ask for shape? I mean it was 3 marks one for bond angle 1 for 4 areas of electron density and one for repulsion thing
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    (Original post by sam2222)
    I think that is talking about the latest quantum model? electrons exist in sub shell thing
    Ahhhhhh okay, makes sense


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    anyone else retaking f332? hahah
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    (Original post by sam2222)
    anyone else retaking f332? hahah
    MEEEEEEEEE!


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    @Kaz_96 how well do u think u did? Doubt u did as well as me


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    I flopped last year lol 😂😂😂😂😩


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    Can you just scrape out you troll, you created your account just to troll like that is beyond sad.... Get a life plzzzzzz fankkkzzzzzzzz
 
 
 
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