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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Clue for silver (Unless someone already gave it). Glbmol^-1 isn't exactly what you think it is.... try G / lbmol

    Gold was awesome, I actually went there last summer. >.<
    G? Gravitational constant?
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    (Original post by Lutski)
    G? Gravitational constant?
    giga x10^9
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    (Original post by Acruzen)
    giga x10^9
    He just said it wasn't what I thought it was. Whatever I'm just going to ignore that.
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    (Original post by Bello08)
    For Rg I have the right organic product, but it says "balance the equation". Tried adding HCl but that didn't do anything. Anyone who has done it got a hit for me?
    Any help on silver? please...
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    im getting answers around 210 is this nearly correct or not? for silver btw
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    This is my first time trying this. I'm on entry. Any hints as to what to do with the organic compound?
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    (Original post by Lutski)
    He just said it wasn't what I thought it was. Whatever I'm just going to ignore that.
    As in it's 1x10^9 /lb-mol rather than 1/1x10^9lb-mol
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    (Original post by Acruzen)
    any1 see anything different

    cal to BOE you do /(4.18*6.12*10^9)

    K to N you do *(33/100)

    mol to Glbmol you do *(453*10^9)

    and i don't get a correct answer..
    im doing the same as you any solution?
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    (Original post by Gotzz)
    This is my first time trying this. I'm on entry. Any hints as to what to do with the organic compound?
    ignore that, look at the other compound and have a read of its wiki article
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    (Original post by superchemfreak)
    im doing the same as you any solution?
    instead of doing *(33/100) do /
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    On Rg, I'm on the lovely 'balance the equation' bit. Got the final product in SMILES format, but I can't close the deal.


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    (Original post by Acruzen)
    ignore that, look at the other compound and have a read of its wiki article
    Okay thanks
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    (Original post by Bello08)
    For Rg I have the right organic product, but it says "balance the equation". Tried adding HCl but that didn't do anything. Anyone who has done it got a hit for me?
    Balanced it yet? If not, note that, as in skeletal diagrams, Hs aren't present. Also, I think it's a bit misleading, but molecule.molecule is what you need, not molecule . molecule
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Balanced it yet? If not, note that, as in skeletal diagrams, Hs aren't present. Also, I think it's a bit misleading, but molecule.molecule is what you need, not molecule . molecule
    what region of number am i looking for in silver cos im doing the BOE conversion multiplying by 0.33 and then i multiply by 453*10^9
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Balanced it yet? If not, note that, as in skeletal diagrams, Hs aren't present. Also, I think it's a bit misleading, but molecule.molecule is what you need, not molecule . molecule
    assist with gold please?

    im stuck on 811875ml and it wont budge :/
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    please help me with silver
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Balanced it yet? If not, note that, as in skeletal diagrams, Hs aren't present. Also, I think it's a bit misleading, but molecule.molecule is what you need, not molecule . molecule
    Hey man I figured it's acetanisole but the goddam SMILES formula doesn't work it's so frustrating!!!! Can you please help me?
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    (Original post by Oromis263)
    Balanced it yet? If not, note that, as in skeletal diagrams, Hs aren't present. Also, I think it's a bit misleading, but molecule.molecule is what you need, not molecule . molecule
    I have the two products in SMILES, tried molecule.molecule and even added the catalyst again and it's still not playing ball. Do you have any further advice?


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    (Original post by Snakefingers13)
    I have the two products in SMILES, tried molecule.molecule and even added the catalyst again and it's still not playing ball. Do you have any further advice?


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    Some people need to startb giving out answers this question is so bloody stupid it ain't even chemistry
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    Just finished Took me too long though, which is annoying. Just some advice, youll know when you have the right molecule, and it wont seem to accept the SMILE given on wikipedia, it liked one from another website more i think, and remember, H's arent present.
    I dont think thats much of a giveaway, but it did frustrate me for a long time, and it would be annoying for others to get stuck for so long on something like that..
 
 
 
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