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    (Original post by I <3 WORK)
    But lol since stage 1 the Barium Nitrate was being decomposed.
    No the hydrated salt was being decomposed in stage 1
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    (Original post by Hamadtype-)
    one was trigonal planar with 120 degrees
    other was trigonal pyrimdal with 107 degrees
    so what do you think the minimum mark for an A?
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    (Original post by mr.holmes)
    so what do you think the minimum mark for an A?
    60-62
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    I <3 work I got the same as you answers all of them ☺️☺️
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    (Original post by Hamadtype-)
    60-62
    i wish it is lower.....
    what did you write for the order of reactions of the halogenoalkanes?
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    (Original post by mr.holmes)
    i wish it is lower.....
    what did you write for the order of reactions of the halogenoalkanes?
    cba

    cant be arsed :d
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    (Original post by Hamadtype-)
    cba

    cant be arsed :d
    i think i am going to fail
    i prepared for this exam the most i did all the past papers and i lose 7 marks till now
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    instead of cba i wrote AgI, AgBr, AgCl
    do you think itll be accepted?
    didnt read the question properly because i was rushing it :/
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    (Original post by afridi010)
    instead of cba i wrote AgI, AgBr, AgCl
    do you think itll be accepted?
    didnt read the question properly because i was rushing it :/
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    (Original post by afridi010)
    instead of cba i wrote AgI, AgBr, AgCl
    do you think itll be accepted?
    didnt read the question properly because i was rushing it :/
    It will be fine. Don't worry. They probably have you covered in the 'Allow' section.
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    (Original post by I <3 WORK)
    Do you remember which question it was/ more detail what is was about? I completely forgot lol!
    It was right under the question where they asked us why ethanol was used for the test for the halogenalkanes A B and C. the question was what is the organic compound formed after reacting with ethanol, i guess!
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    These are my model answers and I cannot guarantee that all are right. They do not follow the order in which they came.MULTIPLE CHOICE: the question on mass spectrum : 29 m/e was propan-1-ol and proanal. 31 m/e was propan-1-ol. Infrared question it was propanone. The one for anthropogenic climate was CO2. The one that was polar was difluorodichloroethane. The bond angle question was sulfur hexafluoride. The one for bromide and h2so4 was H2S. The one for the maxwell distribution was moves to the left and has higher peak. The question on equilibrium. A decrease in temperature would cause an increase in the yield of CO and no change in the rate of reaction as equilibrium does not make it faster. Increase in pressure would increase rate but not yield. The one on why ethanol is more soluble than hexan-1-ol was because of london forces being more stronger than in ethanol. question on concentration of NA2so4 was 1moldm-3. The question on the number of molecular ion peaks would be 3. The one for which one would not show colour change in sodium dichromate was propanone. The question on what does magnesium give when it burns was MgO only. The one for trends of hydroxides and sulfates was hydroxides increase sulfates decreases. The one for what is the trend as group 7 is descended was a decrease and then an increase in boiling temp. The percentage uncertainty was 1percent. The one that reacts with ozone or something was difluorodichloromethane (NOT SURE WHETHER THIS WAS THE QUESTION) I don't remember two questions. If anyone does post and i will answer.Short answered: first one was trigonal planar bond angle 120the next question only asked for the bond angle which was 107. You also had to draw the structure. Reason was 1 lone pair and two bonding pairs. Lone pair repels more than bonding pairs hence causes tetrahedral bond angle to reduce.oxidation number of CL was +7the structure can be found on google.the product was HCLO4.The question on rates of reaction was as follows.Need ethanol to dissolve both AgNO3 and the halogenoalkane. Butan-1-ol formed. Also the question on ionic equation was Ag+ + Br- gives AgBr(State symbols were AQ AQ and S).The colour of the precipitate was yellow(AgI). With AgCl, aqueous and conc ammonia ppt dissolves. In AgI, yellow ppt remains. The speed was C,B,A. the polarity of the bonds does not change down the group. Hence cannot be used as a test of rates. Use bond strength. this determines the rate of reaction. The question on flame tests was yellow-red and apple green. The reason for Ca(NO3)2 was that Ca2+ ion is smaller than the barium ion. This means that Ca(2+) has more polarizing power hence polarizes the anion more. This leads to more covalent character and hence easily decomposed. To check the decomposition of anhydrous Ca(NO3)2 and the other compound, you could use over water method and ensure you have a graduated test-tube to earn the mark. Precautions were use the same amounts of both and ensure the testubes were at the same distance to avoid being unfair. The two reactions were alcohol plus nh3 gave dibutylamine and HBr. the structure was simple (C4h9)2NH. Section Cthe first one was skeletal formula which i dont remember. The reason for the higher boiling point: Both have dipole dipole forces(permanent) but one of them had more electrons and hence stronger london forces. why is ICL stored?--SO as to prevent it from decomposing(UV light reaching it) Why is ICl preferred. THis is because icl exists as I2 and Cl2 under equilibrium so more reactive. WHy is starch not needed. No iodine evolved and so no indicator needed. Colour change before starch added. Yellow to colourless. The first calc was 4x10-3 mol. The second one was 2x10-3 mol. the reacted moles were 9x10-4 mol. Use ratios. Hence with 100g it would have been 0.45 mol. Mass that reacted was 114.21g. The last question was lower iodine value, higher titre value.
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    And yes stage three was Ba(NO3)2
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    These are my model answers and I cannot guarantee that all are right. They do not follow the order in which they came.MULTIPLE CHOICE: the question on mass spectrum : 29 m/e was propan-1-ol and proanal. 31 m/e was propan-1-ol. Infrared question it was propanone. The one for anthropogenic climate was CO2. The one that was polar was difluorodichloroethane. The bond angle question was sulfur hexafluoride. The one for bromide and h2so4 was H2S. The one for the maxwell distribution was moves to the left and has higher peak. The question on equilibrium. A decrease in temperature would cause an increase in the yield of CO and no change in the rate of reaction as equilibrium does not make it faster. Increase in pressure would increase rate but not yield. The one on why ethanol is more soluble than hexan-1-ol was because of london forces being more stronger than in ethanol. question on concentration of NA2so4 was 1moldm-3. The question on the number of molecular ion peaks would be 3. The one for which one would not show colour change in sodium dichromate was propanone. The question on what does magnesium give when it burns was MgO only. The one for trends of hydroxides and sulfates was hydroxides increase sulfates decreases. The one for what is the trend as group 7 is descended was a decrease and then an increase in boiling temp. The percentage uncertainty was 1percent. The one that reacts with ozone or something was difluorodichloromethane (NOT SURE WHETHER THIS WAS THE QUESTION) I don't remember two questions. If anyone does post and i will answer.Short answered: first one was trigonal planar bond angle 120the next question only asked for the bond angle which was 107. You also had to draw the structure. Reason was 1 lone pair and two bonding pairs. Lone pair repels more than bonding pairs hence causes tetrahedral bond angle to reduce.oxidation number of CL was +7the structure can be found on google.the product was HCLO4.The question on rates of reaction was as follows.Need ethanol to dissolve both AgNO3 and the halogenoalkane. Butan-1-ol formed. Also the question on ionic equation was Ag+ + Br- gives AgBr(State symbols were AQ AQ and S).The colour of the precipitate was yellow(AgI). With AgCl, aqueous and conc ammonia ppt dissolves. In AgI, yellow ppt remains. The speed was C,B,A. the polarity of the bonds does not change down the group. Hence cannot be used as a test of rates. Use bond strength. this determines the rate of reaction. The question on flame tests was yellow-red and apple green. The reason for Ca(NO3)2 was that Ca2+ ion is smaller than the barium ion. This means that Ca(2+) has more polarizing power hence polarizes the anion more. This leads to more covalent character and hence easily decomposed. To check the decomposition of anhydrous Ca(NO3)2 and the other compound, you could use over water method and ensure you have a graduated test-tube to earn the mark. Precautions were use the same amounts of both and ensure the testubes were at the same distance to avoid being unfair. The two reactions were alcohol plus nh3 gave dibutylamine and HBr. the structure was simple (C4h9)2NH. Section Cthe first one was skeletal formula which i dont remember. The reason for the higher boiling point: Both have dipole dipole forces(permanent) but one of them had more electrons and hence stronger london forces. why is ICL stored?--SO as to prevent it from decomposing(UV light reaching it) Why is ICl preferred. THis is because icl exists as I2 and Cl2 under equilibrium so more reactive. WHy is starch not needed. No iodine evolved and so no indicator needed. Colour change before starch added. Yellow to colourless. The first calc was 4x10-3 mol. The second one was 2x10-3 mol. the reacted moles were 9x10-4 mol. Use ratios. Hence with 100g it would have been 0.45 mol. Mass that reacted was 114.21g. The last question was lower iodine value, higher titre value.

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    These are my model answers and I cannot guarantee that all are right. They do not follow the order in which they came.MULTIPLE CHOICE: the question on mass spectrum : 29 m/e was propan-1-ol and proanal. 31 m/e was propan-1-ol. Infrared question it was propanone. The one for anthropogenic climate was CO2. The one that was polar was difluorodichloroethane. The bond angle question was sulfur hexafluoride. The one for bromide and h2so4 was H2S. The one for the maxwell distribution was moves to the left and has higher peak. The question on equilibrium. A decrease in temperature would cause an increase in the yield of CO and no change in the rate of reaction as equilibrium does not make it faster. Increase in pressure would increase rate but not yield. The one on why ethanol is more soluble than hexan-1-ol was because of london forces being more stronger than in ethanol. question on concentration of NA2so4 was 1moldm-3. The question on the number of molecular ion peaks would be 3. The one for which one would not show colour change in sodium dichromate was propanone. The question on what does magnesium give when it burns was MgO only. The one for trends of hydroxides and sulfates was hydroxides increase sulfates decreases. The one for what is the trend as group 7 is descended was a decrease and then an increase in boiling temp. The percentage uncertainty was 1percent. The one that reacts with ozone or something was difluorodichloromethane (NOT SURE WHETHER THIS WAS THE QUESTION) I don't remember two questions. If anyone does post and i will answer.Short answered: first one was trigonal planar bond angle 120the next question only asked for the bond angle which was 107. You also had to draw the structure. Reason was 1 lone pair and two bonding pairs. Lone pair repels more than bonding pairs hence causes tetrahedral bond angle to reduce.oxidation number of CL was +7the structure can be found on google.the product was HCLO4.The question on rates of reaction was as follows.Need ethanol to dissolve both AgNO3 and the halogenoalkane. Butan-1-ol formed. Also the question on ionic equation was Ag+ + Br- gives AgBr(State symbols were AQ AQ and S).The colour of the precipitate was yellow(AgI). With AgCl, aqueous and conc ammonia ppt dissolves. In AgI, yellow ppt remains. The speed was C,B,A. the polarity of the bonds does not change down the group. Hence cannot be used as a test of rates. Use bond strength. this determines the rate of reaction. The question on flame tests was yellow-red and apple green. The reason for Ca(NO3)2 was that Ca2+ ion is smaller than the barium ion. This means that Ca(2+) has more polarizing power hence polarizes the anion more. This leads to more covalent character and hence easily decomposed. To check the decomposition of anhydrous Ca(NO3)2 and the other compound, you could use over water method and ensure you have a graduated test-tube to earn the mark. Precautions were use the same amounts of both and ensure the testubes were at the same distance to avoid being unfair. The two reactions were alcohol plus nh3 gave dibutylamine and HBr. the structure was simple (C4h9)2NH. Section Cthe first one was skeletal formula which i dont remember. The reason for the higher boiling point: Both have dipole dipole forces(permanent) but one of them had more electrons and hence stronger london forces. why is ICL stored?--SO as to prevent it from decomposing(UV light reaching it) Why is ICl preferred. THis is because icl exists as I2 and Cl2 under equilibrium so more reactive. WHy is starch not needed. No iodine evolved and so no indicator needed. Colour change before starch added. Yellow to colourless. The first calc was 4x10-3 mol. The second one was 2x10-3 mol. the reacted moles were 9x10-4 mol. Use ratios. Hence with 100g it would have been 0.45 mol. Mass that reacted was 114.21g. The last question was lower iodine value, higher titre value.
    For the brown bottle question I wrote "to prevent it from reacting with light". Will I get a mark for not mentioning UV?
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    The question about group 2 solubilities clearly said ascended, not descended. So it should be hydroxides decrease, sulfates increase.
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    (Original post by Becka99)
    I think it was propan-01-ol but how did you get it....like which fragment gives that?
    But yaaaaaaaay our exams are over...
    The CH2OH segment ^_^
    and lucky you :P
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    dammit did not balance it
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    (Original post by Electrify)
    The question about group 2 solubilities clearly said ascended, not descended. So it should be hydroxides decrease, sulfates increase.
    Yep thats right, it even mentioned it going from barium to magnesium I believe.
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    (Original post by Blazyy)
    For the brown bottle question I wrote "to prevent it from reacting with light". Will I get a mark for not mentioning UV?
    Awesome! Most of my answers are similar except a few. Also for section C, I got 0.45 moles at the end but then I multiplied it by 126.9 instead of 253.8, I would only lose 1 mark for that right? Please tell me if you remember the marking for that question.
 
 
 
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