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    Some one please help me with silver level
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    (Original post by aarya)
    Some one please help me with silver level
    Consider that liquid N2 is possible at 77K, not STP
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    Gold anyone? It's too vague...
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    (Original post by ivana_a.h)
    Gold anyone? It's too vague...
    look for differences in periodic table groups
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    (Original post by painorb)
    look for differences in periodic table groups
    What's with the ballpit in the background then?
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    (Original post by Randophera)
    What's with the ballpit in the background then?
    One of properties of atoms that it's not periodically distributed
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    (Original post by painorb)
    One of properties of atoms that it's not periodically distributed
    So let me get this straight...there's a percentage associated with every element in Au, and it's some random property that's not even distributed. And somehow the percentages are the same for barium, lithium, sodium, and potassium. Okay...still don't get it though...am I close?
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    (Original post by Randophera)
    So let me get this straight...there's a percentage associated with every element in Au, and it's some random property that's not even distributed. And somehow the percentages are the same for barium, lithium, sodium, and potassium. Okay...still don't get it though...am I close?
    Yes. Try to identify what property of metals is related with the idea of putting one group of balls one above another group
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    (Original post by painorb)
    Yes. Try to identify what property of metals is related with the idea of putting one group of balls one above another group
    Hmm...metals you say? Is it an electrical property? Thank you for answering my questions btw.
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    (Original post by gingerbreadman85)
    00: 00: 01 tonight is the new one. If you registered, you should have got the email.
    Thanks for informing. I didn't check my mail.
    BTW, have you completed the challenge?
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    Hints for rg
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    How does y correspond to x
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    (Original post by pippy1)
    How does y correspond to x
    If you're asking about Rg, then X is atomic number and Y is number of neutrons...

    I still don't know what "value" is though... :-/
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    (Original post by vandanparmar)
    If you're asking about Rg, then X is atomic number and Y is number of neutrons...

    I still don't know what "value" is though... :-/
    You have an individual number of protons and neutrons, it is referring to a specific isotope. Check the properties of those isotopes and you will find the answer (I found it on Wikipedia)
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    Can't even get past entry level, haha, if anyone can help I will love you forever! :P I tried carbon/sulphur, or sugar and water and some other chemicals, and even trick stuff like fire and bonfire night, but I just cannot get it!

    Got it now!!
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    arrgghh now I don't get copper! any help will be greatly appreciated
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    (Original post by majmuh24)
    Anyone got any hints for copper, something to do with density right?

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    Hey! I'm stuck on that too haha

    I tried seeing if each 'atom' ( if they're supposed to be atoms) had a value i.e. red = x, blue = y etc. but that didn't work, and the earth completely confused me! :O
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    (Original post by economicsrocks)
    Hey! I'm stuck on that too haha

    I tried seeing if each 'atom' ( if they're supposed to be atoms) had a value i.e. red = x, blue = y etc. but that didn't work, and the earth completely confused me! :O

    (Original post by majmuh24)
    I think the first one is water, as it has a density of 1, but then I got stuck.

    Any help?

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    it has nothing to do with density.the first one isnt water, look more closely.
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    In the last level the first column is the proton number then the second column is the neutrons and the last column is the nuclear spin value


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    (Original post by majmuh24)
    I think the first one is water, as it has a density of 1, but then I got stuck.

    Any help?

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    I'm still stuck, so no, sorry! Good luck though
 
 
 
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