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    Copper's a hard one.


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    Silver!!! help please.
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    Any tips from the Silverites on Copper?
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    (Original post by Snakefingers13)
    Any tips from the Silverites on Copper?
    It has to do with density. What do those element have in special when talking about density? Silver tips please!!! What's the image behind the periodic table???
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    (Original post by Claudius)
    It has to do with density. What do those element have in special when talking about density? Silver tips please!!! What's the image behind the periodic table???
    It seems to be some kind of beehive - honeycomb kinda thing? I have no idea what to do with this question :/
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    WOOOO

    Top 10. Now I'm chuffed
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    (Original post by Silverland)
    WOOOO

    Top 10. Now I'm chuffed

    Well done Do you mind helping me out with silver? that would be very kind of you
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    copper relates to the anomalic densities of all these elements
    thus the picture of ice floating on water
    silver what is the similarity between these elements
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    Got Copper now. That was fiendish.

    Silver appears to be coral, but I'm not convinced.
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    (Original post by TheRocker)
    Well done Do you mind helping me out with silver? that would be very kind of you
    Silver is a word game. Zilch to do with anything strictly chemical. Play with the symbols and such

    Google worked for me :V
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    (Original post by nihar97)
    copper relates to the anomalic densities of all these elements
    thus the picture of ice floating on water
    silver what is the similarity between these elements
    I know that silver is asking for a similarity but what has the honeycomb in the background got to do with it? thanks in advance
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    (Original post by TheRocker)
    Well done Do you mind helping me out with silver? that would be very kind of you
    I would appreciate some help with silver too. Is the image in the background beehive?
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    (Original post by Silverland)
    Silver is a word game. Zilch to do with anything strictly chemical. Play with the symbols and such

    Google worked for me :V
    Thanks for replying - in what way is the background pertinent to the question?
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    (Original post by TheRocker)
    Thanks for replying - in what way is the background pertinent to the question?
    tbqh I have no idea. I didn't even look at it when I did mine and I still don't see how it relates
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    Rg is awful. You can spend hours on it and still struggle. Just a warning~!

    (though Gold isn't that bad for an A2 chemist at all)
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    (Original post by Silverland)
    tbqh I have no idea. I didn't even look at it when I did mine and I still don't see how it relates
    Ah I see, thank you - how confusing... I'm trying to use Google but nothing seems to come out, which is also frustrating :/
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    All I can think of is to arrange symbols in a honeycomb structure.
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    Can anyone help out on Gold been stuck on it for ages!
    Please any helpful hints would be appreciated
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    i think i got silver, but now i don't know the order of the elements, if i have to use "," or not, etc =(
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    (Original post by Sporthello)
    Can anyone help out on Gold been stuck on it for ages!
    Please any helpful hints would be appreciated
    You need to calculate the Ka of the acid for your first step

    also take note of the Ph in the image. I missed it for a good 5 minutes!
 
 
 
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