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    (Original post by ainat87)
    lol. thats really weird. i go to Richmond upon thames college...

    as for the chem, i'm still stuck on the unilac stuff. well, i need a decent diagram or summin... i can kinda explain the stuff thats already in the booklet, but i need some extra info...
    its is nulcear fusion that takes place to form the new elements right>?

    try look ing at the other links i posted furthur up. some are pretty obscure, but there could be something there.
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    (Original post by thatsthebadger)
    need to know more about WHY the properties of gallium are unusual, and q.3 obviously, lol.

    ummm... its unusual because it has both metal and non-metal propeties

    has covalent bonding - non-metal propety
    is liquid metal at just ova room temp
    has unusual propety of being denser as liquid than as solid (like water)
    dissolves in both acids and alkalis, like aluminium

    but all that was already in the booklet.
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    (Original post by ainat87)
    ummm... its unusual because it has both metal and non-metal propeties

    has covalent bonding - non-metal propety
    is liquid metal at just ova room temp
    has unusual propety of being denser as liquid than as solid (like water)
    dissolves in both acids and alkalis, like aluminium

    but all that was already in the booklet.
    yer its explaining why these happen which is hard.
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    LMAO!!!

    RUTC????? uhhm who are you!!! i got there too
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    Also, gallium has the capability of forming diatomic molecules (Ga2). Thx for the links for question 3! I'm looking for more and will post if i find any! We need information, so please anyone donate any links you think are beneficial
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    I don't like chemistry. :confused:

    I am targetting a 3am finish.

    I go to RUTC too!
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    (Original post by Ramaya)
    Also, gallium has the capability of forming diatomic molecules (Ga2). Thx for the links for question 3! I'm looking for more and will post if i find any! We need information, so please anyone donate any links you think are beneficial
    cheers for that bit of info. likewise.

    its wierd all u ppl goin to the same college.
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    ibby's in my class lol
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    from
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=def...le+accelerator

    A particle accelerator is a device used to project charged particles at high speed into matter. Electric and magnetic fields are used to provide the forces to accelerate and control these charged particles at speeds approaching the speed of light. When these charged particles strike the nucleus of an atom, they alter its stability and new particles may be produced.Various devices used to detect subatomic particles are the Geiger counter, ionization chamber, bubble chamber, cloud chamber, spark chamber, scintillation counter, and photographic film.
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    (Original post by thatsthebadger)
    from
    http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=def...le+accelerator

    A particle accelerator is a device used to project charged particles at high speed into matter. Electric and magnetic fields are used to provide the forces to accelerate and control these charged particles at speeds approaching the speed of light. When these charged particles strike the nucleus of an atom, they alter its stability and new particles may be produced.Various devices used to detect subatomic particles are the Geiger counter, ionization chamber, bubble chamber, cloud chamber, spark chamber, scintillation counter, and photographic film.
    That is very helpful. Thx. I found this site, it has quite a bit of info on UNILAC accelerator and the like. http://erntheburn.tripod.com/115thel...ralelement.htm
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    omg i have no idea wat to write in da summary!! sumone help
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    (Original post by Ibby)
    I don't like chemistry. :confused:

    I am targetting a 3am finish.

    I go to RUTC too!
    prettysupafly and me go to RUTC too.
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    Stop.. making.. me.. feel.. like.. a ... weirdo.. =]

    lmao
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    lol zuhair u are a weirdo..
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    wot to write for q.4?????!?!!!!!!
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    (Original post by Zu-)
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    how far u got?
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    I can't see myself ever finishing this! Especially question 3 i feel i am not answering the question at all. And question 4 looks hard (at least its only 4 marks as opposed to 6 and 10 :mad: ) The summary will not be fun either.
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    i finished it 10 mins ago......... im just CHILLING now..... :]


    edit: the .......... wasnt for u ;]
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    i am a technician in the chemistry department of RUTC and the contents in this site is illegal and the names of those participants in this forum that are cheating will be disqualified. Thank you.
 
 
 
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