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    (Original post by Daniel__)
    This?

    I didn't see this in the question? Did it ask you?
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    (Original post by Nermin Hayek)
    Yh sorry I meant that
    Wait what was the compound P was +1 in ?
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    (Original post by JoshBridgett)
    It would, but in the question it mentioned that it was a precipitation reaction and not a displacement reaction, so an insoluble solid had to be made, which would be AgI. I think it was 5 parts, 1 mark each? Not sure
    thanks, any opinion on whether I'd get ecf?
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    aww great waters of crystalisation i got 14.5 and double checked it on all, 3rd time taken paper i always mess up!
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    (Original post by jackitsme)
    we will get 1 from the dative bond labelling though
    i keeping finding i have one less mark lool. i was so confident when i stepped out.
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    (Original post by Nermin Hayek)
    I wrote that too but I think we should have mentioned concentrated
    I put concentrated ammonia is that okay
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    (Original post by lex300)
    aww great waters of crystalisation i got 14.5 and double checked it on all, 3rd time taken paper i always mess up!
    I got this! but i think its wrong....
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    (Original post by flyylikejetz)
    Wait what was the compound P was +1 in ?
    cant remember but it was +1 for sure
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    Grade Boundaries

    A 51
    B 46
    C 41
    D 36
    E 30
    U <28
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    (Original post by jackitsme)
    yes well done,im actaully fed up that people keep telling me my awnsers are wrong then i doubt myself when im actaully right :/

    basically-
    shell sheilding stays same
    nuclear radii decreases
    nuclear charge increase
    nuclear attraction increases

    for cl one:
    group 2 down gets more reactive with cl
    shells increase
    nuclear charge increase
    nuclear attraction inscreases
    but same electrons on outer shell
    atomic radi increases
    You sure for the cl one ?
    I said
    Group 2 becomes more reactive as you go down with cl
    number of electrons increases thus shell and atomic radius
    increase electron shielding
    less nuclear attraction of outer-most electrons
    easier to lose an electron ?
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    whats the dipole dipole question everyone is on about?
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    (Original post by scorpio22)
    i keeping finding i have one less mark lool. i was so confident when i stepped out.
    i know same :'( just wait for a markscheme! i know how you feel and i know for sure that grade boundeires will be lower than jan,people are yelping thier ego how good it was and then making small mistakes in the long anwsers or silly trip ups,cause i felt good but not now
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    (Original post by Legal drugdealer)
    I got this! but i think its wrong....
    it felt right when i was working it out. :| might be? am hopin
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    (Original post by Legal drugdealer)
    I put concentrated ammonia is that okay
    Yh that's fine
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    Anyone able to make an unofficial mark scheme?
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    (Original post by kingmango)
    Were you supposed to label the dative covalent bond???
    I dint see this although i flew passed that question
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    (Original post by flyylikejetz)
    Wait what was the compound P was +1 in ?
    I think NaH2PO2
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    (Original post by KayvanR)
    Anyone able to make an unofficial mark scheme?
    Make one.......
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    Why is Na3PO4 described as a salt of H3PO4?
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    (Original post by niceguy95)
    Grade Boundaries

    A 51
    B 46
    C 41
    D 36
    E 30
    U <28
    your joking right thats very high for this paper dont you think
 
 
 
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