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    (Original post by Cubic)
    Balmer series is for x -> 2. Try using the Brackett series which is for x -> 4.

    Also, there isn't a need for using a formula.
    Thank you!!

    Yes, now feel a tiny bit stupid.. Thanks.
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    (Original post by loopy786)
    Thank you!!

    Yes, now feel a tiny bit stupid.. Thanks.
    You're welcome, and it's only easy if you know what to do so don't worry about it.
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    (Original post by Me123456789)
    hey have you found the answer, do you have any hints???
    Hey, nope What about yourself?

    I really wanna give up
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    Anyone that can help on Gold? I've tried various things like different chemotrophic bateria and different names of halobacterium and things to do with salinity etc. to no avail.

    I've even looked up studies on bacteria in conditions of high salinity.

    Is it something to do with evaporation lakes, or reservoirs or something? And also, are they sulfur-reducing bacteria or something?

    Any hints would be appreciated.
    I had to choose April to not be on form.
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    try looking up yellow boy

    I'm stuck on Rg, no idea what to do
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    (Original post by MartaEwa)
    try looking up yellow boy

    I'm stuck on Rg, no idea what to do
    I genuinely love you. <3 THANK YOU

    Okay, now that I'm on Rg, if I get anywhere, I'll help you!!
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    (Original post by loopy786)
    Anyone that can help on Gold? I've tried various things like different chemotrophic bateria and different names of halobacterium and things to do with salinity etc. to no avail.

    I've even looked up studies on bacteria in conditions of high salinity.

    Is it something to do with evaporation lakes, or reservoirs or something? And also, are they sulfur-reducing bacteria or something?

    Any hints would be appreciated.
    I had to choose April to not be on form.
    we know it is a halo bacteria as it has a red color but I tried all species of halo bacteria and not working any help would be appreciated or PM me the answer
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    (Original post by nihar97)
    we know it is a halo bacteria as it has a red color but I tried all species of halo bacteria and not working any help would be appreciated or PM me the answer
    What do you think might give a red colour? Then link that to bacteria someway.
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    (Original post by ajsullivan)
    What do you think might give a red colour? Then link that to bacteria someway.
    iron ions give it a red color and the pigment is called bacteriorhodopsin
    tried both they don't work
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    for those stuck on the Rg question, it is indeed about 13c nmr and different environments for carbon, thats the biggest hint I can give you without telling you the answer straight away. I can confirm the answer is an integer between 3000 and 4000 as previously suggested.

    the gold question had me stumped for a while, the answer was quite specific that it was a name of an organism, but im no biologist so i cant tell you whether its a genus or a tree or whatever level it was classed. im guessing its the actual name of that organism, belonging to the Archaea kingdom. I typed the coordinates into google maps and went from there. it is hugely related to iron

    feels good to have completed it, good luck all
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    (Original post by MartaEwa)
    try looking up yellow boy

    I'm stuck on Rg, no idea what to do
    It is between 3400 and 3500. No have fun using trial and error - you are oly cheating yourself!
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    Finally got through this month's challenge! with lots of hints....this chem challenge makes me feel that my education is useless since I'm already an A-level student. because we only study topics that are gonna come out in the a-levels, which is really sad, seriously :'( *sobs*
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    (Original post by ivana_a.h)
    Finally got through this month's challenge! with lots of hints....this chem challenge makes me feel that my education is useless since I'm already an A-level student. because we only study topics that are gonna come out in the a-levels, which is really sad, seriously :'( *sobs*
    No offense but I am in Year 11 and did the challenge on April 1st. You shouldn't just follow your education, I always learn extra things through research in books, on the Internet and from friends. Widen your horizons, maybe :cool:
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    (Original post by ivana_a.h)
    Finally got through this month's challenge! with lots of hints....this chem challenge makes me feel that my education is useless since I'm already an A-level student. because we only study topics that are gonna come out in the a-levels, which is really sad, seriously :'( *sobs*
    (Original post by GreenLantern1)
    No offense but I am in Year 11 and did the challenge on April 1st. You shouldn't just follow your education, I always learn extra things through research in books, on the Internet and from friends. Widen your horizons, maybe :cool:
    "The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education." -Albert Einstein
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    (Original post by ivana_a.h)
    Finally got through this month's challenge! with lots of hints....this chem challenge makes me feel that my education is useless since I'm already an A-level student. because we only study topics that are gonna come out in the a-levels, which is really sad, seriously :'( *sobs*
    No need to get angry lol
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    Can someone please give me a hint for the entry level question
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    (Original post by erndog)
    Can someone please give me a hint for the entry level question
    Fool.
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    Someone please tell me the answer for gold! It's driving me insane, i've tried all sorts. Was quite pleased with how well i was doing until now too!
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    (Original post by Phillip Cowman)
    Someone please tell me the answer for gold! It's driving me insane, i've tried all sorts. Was quite pleased with how well i was doing until now too!
    Search 'Yellow Boy', this will lead you to the answer, otherwise look at the spoiler for the answer.

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    Acidithiobacillus caldus
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    (Original post by Cubic)
    Search 'Yellow Boy', this will lead you to the answer, otherwise look at the spoiler for the answer.

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    Acidithiobacillus caldus
    Thanks! As for the last question, am i supposed to multiply the carbon nmr results of theses molecules together or something?
 
 
 
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