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    (Original post by Idirss123)
    The question what is a raw material for chlorine I wrote sea water but all my friends saying salt. Which one is correct and will I get a mark for sea water??
    I think both would get the mark
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    (Original post by Clyde98)
    what was the answer for the question about how the composition of the earth changed as it cooled?
    Water vapour condensed to form oceans
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    So what is chlorine as a raw material?
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    what was on the c1 2015 paper
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    for the bitumen and petrol question what did you have to write to get full marks?
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    could you tell me the questions and topics that came up on the c1 exam please? Im having my mocks and I don't want to be moved down a set or get a really bad grade . thx
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    (Original post by EC25)
    could you tell me the questions and topics that came up on the c1 exam please? Im having my mocks and I don't want to be moved down a set or get a really bad grade . thx
    Of course not. Why don't you just revise? It's not like it's hard- this is C1 chemistry Gcse. This is pure laziness. If you aren't bothered to learn really simple content and if you get low grades as a result of that then you obviously deserve to be moved down. Everyone does.

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    can anyone plz tell me the questions that came up on C1 exam paper plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
 
 
 
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