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    (Original post by gcooney4)
    Well it clearly wasn't clear enough since other people didn't understand the word SUTURE. Anyways, if they needed to use the word stich to clarily then why use any other word to throw people off?
    I agree the word suture was completely unnecessary and was probably just there to confuse people. It said stitch in brackets next to the word suture though so the question was doable still
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    distillation??????? maybe
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    (Original post by lahigueraxxx)
    Anyone????
    for the first yes but not the second
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    (Original post by Suits101)
    I said that.



    The question said only involve the atoms involved or something, so I did:

    delta plus C=O delta minus O
    delta plus H-N delta minus N

    Hence:

    R-C=O - - - N-H2-R

    Main points IMO:

    Delta plus and negatives
    - - - between O and N
    Hydrogen bonding between O and N????????? NH OH etc.
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    (Original post by Hclarke9)
    Thank God!! Hopefully its right
    Yeah I thought it seemed a little low, it's a good sign that we got the same thing though haha, hopefully it's right
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    (Original post by Hclarke9)
    Anyone get 1.2 for the salt/acid question??? Cant remember exactly what the question was asking but it was the last question on the 2nd page
    1) I think I got that; I think!
    2) Your name is H Clarke - so is mine! :ahee:
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    (Original post by RME11)
    It won't matter, in the mark scheme it'll be (2-)chloroethanoyl chloride.
    True, I was just saying.
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    (Original post by JK11)
    wasnt one a haloalkane and the other an acyl chloride???
    It had 2 functional groups within one compound so I'm guessing both would be correct
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    What was everyones equation for the fragmentation question? I put 35 next to the cl in the fragment ion and 37 next to the cl radical is that right?
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    Could you use gas liquid chromatography to separate the alcohol?
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    (Original post by mickel_w)
    gonna need them to be a bit lower than that son :^)
    Yehh second that
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    (Original post by Adami97)
    No amount of luck could help anyone in that exam! I actually want to cry 😰
    This became very clear to me while struggling to complete the worst paper in existence....which explains my post after the exam..
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    I beat you to the crying :bawling:
    (Original post by Boundless_x)
    That went well....
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    -rips chem notes out of anger-
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    -slowly tapes them back together while crying after realising i need them for resits-
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    (Original post by Matt0Schaffer)
    No because that is a tertiary alcohol which won't turn Acidified Potassium Dichromate green.
    Yeah i realised as i posted it but thought no one would notice aha >_< then i have no idea because that was the only thing that checked with the data they gave us >_<
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    (Original post by 6548412)
    Guys for distinguishing between the acyl chloride and haloalkane put ethanol and white misty fumes for acyl chloride is this right
    I think it was AgNO3 and a white ppt of AgCl formed with the acyl chloride
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    (Original post by Anam)
    What was everyones equation for the fragmentation question? I put 35 next to the cl in the fragment ion and 37 next to the cl radical is that right?
    I just drew an arrow to each Cl and then put Cl-35 on one and Cl-37 on the other.
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    (Original post by SirRaza97)
    No I don't think so, feelsbadman
    i think acyl chloride form ppt while haloalkane doesn't..?
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    (Original post by clarkey500)
    1) I think I got that; I think!
    2) Your name is H Clarke - so is mine! :ahee:
    Hahahahaha xD I'd laugh if we both get exactly the same amount of marks on that paper as well
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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
    I remember getting all 3 of these
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    112 molecular ion
    Cocl 37 +16 ~+12= 65 as asked
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    Could the last question be CH3-O-CH2-C(CH3)2-CH2OH???
 
 
 
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