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# Equilibria, Energetics and Elements (F325) - June 2011 Exam. watch

1. Guys, do we not have any more exams?

Come on guys! As much as we would like to know how we did, I think we should focus on what's next.

And to those who have finished exams, GO AND GET DRUNK!!!!
2. (Original post by viksta1000)
I'm just waiting to see the mark scheme comments

ans: 88.4 ----- e.c.f just allow any numerical number

ans: correct diagram with bond angles ----- e.c.f allow any diagrammatic image, even those consisting of male genetalia with a note of 'Suck my **** OCR' written above
I really laughed at the last bit.
3. (Original post by BA1)
&quot;Comment on the validity of this claim&quot; for Magic Tang. What did people write?

I said that the pH was low and would impart an acidic taste on the tongue, hence the claim was correct
I said something like "at this pH the kids will love it" not a joke though I ACTUALLY wrote something along those line.
I also wrote in the bracket [what do you want us to comment on? kids love sweet anyway]

I gone crazy because of this exam Jesus Christ.
4. [email protected]
5. Word on the street is, the one on the right is the one who wrote the exam. Crazy lady.

6. would it be possible for someone to upload the paper? i really need to see it again before i kill myself lol
7. anyone going to upload the exam
8. whole paper pls.
9. last year it was 65 raw marks for an A what do you think it will be for this paper
10. (Original post by CoventryCity)
Around 64 marks for 110 UMS
There goes my A

Christ, I use again. Exam stress I believe!
11. everyone complain to ofqual pls...its worth trying (i think its like 40% of the cohort who have to complain before something is done)
12. (Original post by wilsea05)
mate, 0.8 moles of NO to start with, and 0.7moles of O2.
0.8x0.75 = 0.6 reacted, so equilibrium amount is 0.2
2:1 so 0.3 reacted of O2, so thats 0.4 at equilibrium, meaning theres 0.6 moles of product.

divide them all by 2 to get concentrations
0.3^2/0.2x0.1^2 = 45. you can check it as many times as you like, it will always be 45.
how many marks I lost if I put
k=0.8^2/0.6^2X0.35
unit is still right and I put k=(NO2)^2/(NO)^2 X (O2)
which I got the wrong mole by diving by concenration straight away
13. (Original post by yu80359)
how many marks I lost if I put
k=0.8^2/0.6^2X0.35
unit is still right and I put k=(NO2)^2/(NO)^2 X (O2)
which I got the wrong mole by diving by concenration straight away
I did the same thing, well probly get at least 1 for working out/ e.c.f
14. Great the papers coming up .

I cant PHYSICALLY GET UP untill i've seen all of it now, to go and revise for psychology on friday.

Which is also friking O friking C friking R . I have no motivation whatsoever.
15. (Original post by xI_NICHO_Ix)
I did the same thing, well probly get at least 1 for working out/ e.c.f
how many marks worth for this question?
16. Dont bother complainign to OCR they wont change much...
complain to these guys [email protected] are the people who assess these exam baords
17. (Original post by Rickesh)
I thought the Br was a second order? :| !!!! Is that wrong!?!? It didnt have a constant half life did it?
me too i worked it out and it didnt.
who is right?
18. [email protected]

http://www.ofqual.gov.uk/
19. pka - magic tang - why???

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