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    (Original post by Feraligatr)
    I'm actually pissed off now. I've said this thousands of times now...:mad:





    This has been said billions of times across TSR and a few other people have said on this thread already, you're not allowed to provide answers for EMPA or ISAs AT ALL!
    That would be classed as cheating which wouldn't be fair

    You're not allowed to share answers at all or shared locked/unavailable papers.

    You do realise that exam boards like AQA are monitoring TSR so if you get caught and are identified, there is a chance of you getting disqualified

    YOU DO UNDERSTAND YOU'RE NOT ALLOWED CHEAT AND THAT COULD BE CLASSED AS CHEATING RIGHT?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Amen, will put a few words on my first post.

    (Original post by ozzie2)
    AQA kiddo what about you?
    Edexcel 😃
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    People in the past have been caught by the exam boards for asking questions and in the rare case have had been noted down by the exam board. Remember that AQA etc moderate here so don't risk it
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    Bunking school again :blushing:
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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    Bunking school again :blushing:
    :spank:

    do you get study leave?
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    (Original post by James A)
    :spank:

    do you get study leave?
    Nope :mmm:
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    (Original post by EXAMSEXAMSEXAMS)
    lol
    Lol your name bro

    Exam sex? Wtf :lolwut:

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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    Nope :mmm:
    Wow that is pretty stupid

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Wow that is pretty stupid

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    Hah what me bunking or not having study leave?
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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    Hah what me bunking or not having study leave?
    Not having study leave. Why don't they want you to have study leave?

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    (Original post by samb1234)
    Not having study leave. Why don't they want you to have study leave?

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    No idea :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Dinaa)
    No idea :dontknow:
    If i was you i would bunk and study at home

    College at this time of year is largely useless

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    (Original post by life's a pain)
    If i was you i would bunk and study at home

    College at this time of year is largely useless

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    That is what I have been doing, problem is I procrastinate badly when I stay at home.

    So I bunk and hit the library :awesome:
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    (Original post by life's a pain)
    If i was you i would bunk and study at home

    College at this time of year is largely useless

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    Yeah I've been forced to stay here until 2pm even though I only had 1 lesson which was first period

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    (Original post by James A)
    :spank:

    do you get study leave?
    I don't either :/

    meh i just revise the whole day at college or go library
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    (Original post by ThatGuyRik)
    I don't either :/

    meh i just revise the whole day at college or go library
    I didn't get study leave either back in the days :lol:

    We were allowed to go to the school library though
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    Guys/girls, this question has been bothering me for a while now, would really like some help, would be much appreciated.

    0.85g of an indigestion tablet containing calcium hydroxide was was reacted with 50cm3 of 1.00M hydrochloric acid. the resulting solution was made up to 250m3 in a volumetric flask. 25cm3 of this solution required 30.80cm3 of 0.100M sodium hydroxide for neutralisation. calculate the per cent purity, by mass of the calcium hydroxide.

    So I calculated the moles of sodium Hydroxide, by using n= cv, so n = (0.100 x 30.80/1000) =0.00308 Moles

    NaOH + HCL -> Nacl + H20, so they react 1:1, the moles of HCl must also equal 0.00308 moles.

    but now what do I do?
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    Ok


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    (Original post by alanahart)
    Nope, the double bond of the alkene breaks allowing the carbon to form bonds with the hydrogen and bromine during the reaction. This now means it is an alkane (the diagram underneath).
    Thanks for replying.

    No I understand but it says the method for the reaction is to bubble hydrogen halides (gases @ rt) into liquid alkANE, but if this happened no reaction would occur. The hydrogen halide gas should be bubbled into a liquid alkENE....right?
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    (Original post by Cherry82)
    How do you mean? Like do two full past papers in those two weeks? Then use the other papers to revise?
    I agree, the book takes ages. And I'm still in the first unit. I wonder if I am even going to finish this all.
    Yeah that's what I meant, wow that's behind but its possible, you'll just need to put in a lot of work! You'll be fine
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    (Original post by Frosty_A)
    Guys/girls, this question has been bothering me for a while now, would really like some help, would be much appreciated.

    0.85g of an indigestion tablet containing calcium hydroxide was was reacted with 50cm3 of 1.00M hydrochloric acid. the resulting solution was made up to 250m3 in a volumetric flask. 25cm3 of this solution required 30.80cm3 of 0.100M sodium hydroxide for neutralisation. calculate the per cent purity, by mass of the calcium hydroxide.

    So I calculated the moles of sodium Hydroxide, by using n= cv, so n = (0.100 x 30.80/1000) =0.00308 Moles

    NaOH + HCL -> Nacl + H20, so they react 1:1, the moles of HCl must also equal 0.00308 moles.

    but now what do I do?
    where is this question from?
    because you sure it's 0.85 not 8.5
 
 
 
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