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    (Original post by Suits101)
    No, sorry.



    D: zero
    E: second

    People are in agreeance with E, but D people are getting 1/0 so I don't know.
    100% its 0 cant be 1
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    (Original post by FireBLue97)
    0 and 2 for rate
    isn't it one and two?
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    (Original post by BeckaH2)
    I put tollens too, P was an ketone (right??!) but I wasn't sure about Q.
    That's what I thought but app it's wrong
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    (Original post by Stevesteve12)
    Ch3-o-ch2-c(ch3)2-ch2oh ??

    Yes, I put this!
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    I thought it was 1 and 2 for the orders
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    (Original post by gcooney4)
    Yes Thomas!! Totally agree, why should my lack of medical knowledge disadvantage me in a CHEMISTRY exam
    it told you in the question that it meant stitch
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    Are there gonna be a2 resit papers ?
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    (Original post by Ukrainian Doctor)
    It is KCN with some acid because you need H+ ions. I do not know where people are getting the idea that it is in ethanolic solution.


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    You dont need H+ Ions you puppet you arent making a hydroxy nitrile
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    So I resat this paper (3rd year of A-Levels) and it's safe to say it's been a pointless 3 years considering I won't even get into university now


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    (Original post by student277)
    Are there gonna be a2 resit papers ?
    lol i think that u cud have to do the new spec
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    everyone getting 0 or 1 for D and I am sitting here with 1.33
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    Did anyone put an answer as nucleophillic addition and for another answer nucleophilic addition elimination and also did anyone put 1-chloroethanoylchloride for an answer? Worst exam ever
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    Did anybody put for the acyl chloride test the reagent as sodium carbonate and the acyl chloride would produce effervescence of co2??
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    The orders were 1 and 2 because E increased by 2.25 (1.5^2) and D increased by 1.5.
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    For the structure i got CH (CH3)2OCH2Ch2Ch2Oh most likely wrong though
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    (Original post by Suits101)
    P was a ketone, so it has no visible change.

    Q would also have no visible change with Tollens' so it cannot distinguish them.
    wasnt one a haloalkane and the other an acyl chloride???
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    (Original post by thomaarrss)
    i said to make the ester into sodium ethanoate, you had to add water and h+ catalyst to break it up then naoh, then chromatograpy
    I just said NaOH (Aqeuous), I said reflux and heat the mixture, the alc will boil off as it has a lower BP than the salt.
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    benzene carcinogenic
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    (Original post by Anam)
    Did anyone put an answer as nucleophillic addition and for another answer nucleophilic addition elimination and also did anyone put 1-chloroethanoylchloride for an answer? Worst exam ever

    Yes, i put nucleophilic addition and also got the same name as you.
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    (Original post by lukesta23)
    You dont need H+ Ions you puppet you arent making a hydroxy nitrile
    Edit: oops, misread your comment.
 
 
 
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