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    (Original post by baddeleyh)
    Could you use a Plantinum catalyst at room temp and pressure for the Hydrogen question.
    Yes, both where right, I always found the Pt one easier to remember
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    (Original post by baddeleyh)
    Could you use a Plantinum catalyst at room temp and pressure for the Hydrogen question.
    yes
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    (Original post by CallMeBatwoman)
    You can probably get one from your exam officer, they usually have a spare kicking around, mine gave me one after the exam, I'm the only one from my 6th Form who does chemistry
    Could you please scan it in for us?
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    (Original post by CallMeBatwoman)
    You can probably get one from your exam officer, they usually have a spare kicking around, mine gave me one after the exam, I'm the only one from my 6th Form who does chemistry
    Any chance you could upload it please?


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    (Original post by C.JTop)
    what was the question where we had to right about nitrite or nitrates- i can't remember and it's really scaring me because I'm resitting this exam and i have a great fear of having missing out questions as i did in my As exam
    It asked to give the systematic name for NO2-


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    does anyone know the weighting for all the different papers, including F335 and F334 and coursework etc ?
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    for the dynamic equilibrium question, last part, did the rate of the reverse reaction increase or decrease?
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    (Original post by super121)
    It asked to give the systematic name for NO2-


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    oh i see, thanks. But i got it wrong because i missed the minimize sign and wrote nitrogen dioxide. How many marks was it worthy?
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    (Original post by chriselle15)
    for the dynamic equilibrium question, last part, did the rate of the reverse reaction increase or decrease?
    it should also increase as a catalyst speeds up both reactions
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    (Original post by C.JTop)
    oh i see, thanks. But i got it wrong because i missed the minimize sign and wrote nitrogen dioxide. How many marks was it worthy?
    1 mark
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    (Original post by C.JTop)
    it should also increase as a catalyst speeds up both reactions
    it was an increase in temperature, but thanks anyway the same principle applies and now I've realized I've lost another mark dammit
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    (Original post by millz186)
    does anyone know the weighting for all the different papers, including f335 and f334 and coursework etc ?
    f333 10%
    f334 15%
    f335 20%
    f336 15%
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    (Original post by super121)
    1 mark
    ah just a mark but it still hurts
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    (Original post by C.JTop)
    ah just a mark but it still hurts
    I know what you mean :/
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    Did everyone draw 4 bromines on the skeltal on Q1 and just flip the alkene bond to the otherside on the other E-isomer Q ???????
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    (Original post by CallMeBatwoman)
    You can probably get one from your exam officer, they usually have a spare kicking around, mine gave me one after the exam, I'm the only one from my 6th Form who does chemistry
    Lol, i don't think our exam officer is that cool with handing out papers- he seems moody, but if you dont mind can you please upload a copy of the one you were given?
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    Does anyone remember what that compound we had to draw the isomer for was called?
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    (Original post by Elliot.kai.lee)
    Did everyone draw 4 bromines on the skeltal on Q1 and just flip the alkene bond to the otherside on the other E-isomer Q ???????
    yapp that's what i did too, i hope it's right
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    can we just put our own mark scheme together I can remember most the stuff ??((:
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    (Original post by super121)
    Does anyone remember what that compound we had to draw the isomer for was called?
    he dehydrated version of linalool with 3 alkene bonds
 
 
 
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