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# Cambridge Chemistry Challenge watch

1. i am really very close to the answer in rg but i still don't get it!! i know who those two people are and i know what that smile means but i still don't get it!!!
2. (Original post by ramkanwar55)
what did you get?
this is hideously confusing
Try looking out for the picture in the background. That leads you to something which can help you out. And yeah, googling helps a lot.
3. completely forgot about the challenge :/ oh well too busy revising to do it anyway
4. any help with silver would be much appreciated!

I tried (1.9859*100*454*10^9)/(33*1.4*10^9) but no luck- where am i going wrong?
5. It's only been 15 minutes and i'm already weeping over this entry level question...
6. (Original post by EvilRaptorMudkip)
It's only been 15 minutes and i'm already weeping over this entry level question :'(
Willow
7. anyone explain silver?
8. (Original post by superchemfreak)
anyone explain silver?
Stuck on it, have you worked anything out?
9. nope no idea how so many have done it
10. Anyone got any help for copper, I cant figure out what its referring to with the diagram
11. (Original post by EvilRaptorMudkip)
Anyone got any help for copper, I cant figure out what its referring to with the diagram
12. gollddd helppp
13. (Original post by Me123456789)
Stuck on it, have you worked anything out?
Think about what each different shape represents in the diagrams and what it could mean if two shapes are in contact with each other
14. Rg help, i have no idea what to do?
15. (Original post by superchemfreak)
gollddd helppp
Without wanting to give too much away, its linked with rate constants.
16. just gimme the answer ill do anything (pm it if you want)
17. (Original post by jbc123)
Think about what each different shape represents in the diagrams and what it could mean if two shapes are in contact with each other
I don't know??
18. (Original post by Me123456789)
I don't know??
If you count the number of each shape and compare it with the molecular formula of the compounds it might help.
19. (Original post by jbc123)
If you count the number of each shape and compare it with the molecular formula of the compounds it might help.
yeah, I got that, and I guessed that the circles stand for hydrogen?
but Ia still can't name it...
20. (Original post by superchemfreak)
just gimme the answer ill do anything (pm it if you want)
That would completely remove the satisfaction of actually completing it. Just look up idea/equations involving the rate constant.

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