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    (Original post by ChemistryQuiz)
    Thank you for all your help. Onto Copper.
    Happy New Year!
    No problem. I'm on copper now too. Happy New Year to you as well
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    help with copper get the idea but not first 3 letters
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    (Original post by robb2304)
    help with copper get the idea but not first 3 letters
    Same are you sure that the last 2 is er?
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    Same are you sure that the last 2 is er?
    I agree with the e but i'm not sure on the last letter
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    (Original post by john smilth)
    I agree with the e but i'm not sure on the last letter
    Just check a different source and I do agree in the last letter
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    Stuck on gold!:confused:
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    Can anyone help on Rg?
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    Anyone help or hint with Rg please? Even if just numbers of each element?
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    Can anyone help on Rg?
    Do you have any ideas?
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    (Original post by HappyCheesecake)
    No problem. I'm on copper now too. Happy New Year to you as well
    (Original post by robb2304)
    help with copper get the idea but not first 3 letters
    (Original post by john smilth)
    I agree with the e but i'm not sure on the last letter
    Guys, all of them are condensers. The way its supposed to be written is the way in which the condenser is given - some are inverted whilst some aren't.
    Actually if you solve the word puzzle, the answer is a word common to all of them.
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    (Original post by sparklybacon)
    any chance of help with Rg? I've counted the number of Cs Hs Ns Os and Ss but nothing is showing up on google!!
    you got it yet? I need help
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    Yay I've got Copper here's a tip for anyone stuck look at the way the condensers in the top picture are facing
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    (Original post by rabirabbit)
    Do you have any ideas?
    I have tried counting, but I keep getting different numbers
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    I have tried counting, but I keep getting different numbers
    How did you get gold? :confused:
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    for copper use the wiki page for condensers to name the different ones
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    For Silver, I'm getting this as a response when i key in my answer:
    Well, that may be the RMM, but it isn't the answer!


    What did I do wrong?
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    (Original post by Me123456789)
    How did you get gold? :confused:
    Find a value for c and for h, then trial and error
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    (Original post by ChemistryQuiz)
    Guys, all of them are condensers. The way its supposed to be written is the way in which the condenser is given - some are inverted whilst some aren't.
    Actually if you solve the word puzzle, the answer is a word common to all of them.
    Oh my God - that makes so much more sense. Thanks for your help, I just got it
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    (Original post by Chemistry 456)
    Find a value for c and for h, then trial and error
    Thanks, I'll try that.
    Was it an alkene or alkane? and was it a whole number?
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    (Original post by ChemistryQuiz)
    For Silver, I'm getting this as a response when i key in my answer:
    Well, that may be the RMM, but it isn't the answer!


    What did I do wrong?
    Try the monoisotopic mass
 
 
 
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