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    is this f322? spec A
    how did you all find it? xxx
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    (Original post by I Have No Imagination)
    Was that reaction thing electrophilic addition??
    Are you talking about when the question wanted you to describe a mechanism. I believe it said any mechanism we have studied?
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    (Original post by I Have No Imagination)
    Ermmm, what was the catalyst of something..I can't remember, but I put platinum. :confused:
    it was nickel mate.
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    (Original post by Louuu_xx)
    Reaction conditions for alcohol to alkene... agggghh. What are they? My revision guide told me concentrated sulfuric acid and reflux
    and also phosphoric acid no?
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    (Original post by houseo2)
    anyone know whether the reaction was propgation or not?
    No, it was the one on CH4 + Br2 .. and you had to outline the radical reaction, for example the initiation, propagation and termination, and how you could end up with a small yield of Ethane.. its where the 2 methyl radicals react together in the termination stage forming a Ethane molecule. :yes:
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    Lol I'm looking at this thread and thinking...is this the same exam I took? :p:
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    no it was on the second page CO + OH -> CO2 + H
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    and also phosphoric acid no?
    There is 2 ones in mine.

    -Ethanol vapour passed over an Al2O3 catalyst or pumice stone.
    OR
    - Reflux with Excess conc H2SO4, at 170 degrees C.

    It is a cgp one so I'm pretty sure they make mistakes and miss things out :rolleyes:

    I'm sure you are right, I may google it :yes:
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    (Original post by Haz Shah)
    No, it was the one on CH4 + Br2 .. and you had to outline the radical reaction, for example the initiation, propagation and termination, and how you could end up with a small yield of Ethane.. its where the 2 methyl radicals react together in the termination stage forming a Ethane molecule. :yes:
    Yes. :yep:
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    (Original post by letia)
    is this f322? spec A
    how did you all find it? xxx
    I found it gooood! buh we shall see. Wbuuu?
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    (Original post by Louuu_xx)
    There is 2 ones in mine.

    -Ethanol vapour passed over an Al2O3 catalyst or pumice stone.
    OR
    - Reflux with Excess conc H2SO4, at 170 degrees C.

    It is a cgp one so I'm pretty sure they make mistakes and miss things out :rolleyes:

    I'm sure you are right, I may google it :yes:
    Are we talking about that reaction of the alcohol to an alkene?
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    (Original post by Louuu_xx)
    I'm not sure. I can't remember most of the questions. My brain has blocked it all out :erm:
    It seems quite a few people struggled as well.

    I think I was ok up to the article. Then I failed :cry:
    Article? Now I know this isnt the same paper.
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    Yes. :yep:
    I dont rember that at all
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    as good as it could have gone i think! but yes,we shall see! x
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    Ahh, this is F332? Wait, theres no such thing! Maybe its the wrong Chemistry board. We're OCR here!
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    Oh I've just seen the top of the thread. I took F322 not F332. (Is there an F332)? :p:
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    (Original post by HotCoco.)
    Article? Now I know this isnt the same paper.
    The bit on the pre-released material.

    I'm confusing people now with my epic failness in this exam so I'm gonna go now lol
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    I think salters is F332. I did the new spec F322. Oops.
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    Ahh, this is F332? Wait, theres no such thing! Maybe its the wrong Chemistry board. We're OCR here!
    F332 is OCR salters B not OCR A
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    (Original post by Louuu_xx)
    F332 is OCR salters B not OCR A
    Oh, appologies. My bad. I actually never thought that course still existed? Thought it was discontinued after the new OCR A.. anyways, How did it go buddy?
 
 
 
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