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    (Original post by Arger)
    The first step is to work out the moles:
    1.12/56=0.02 - Iron
    1.60/16=0.1 - Oxygen

    Then divide by the smallest amount to get a ratio:

    0.02/0.02=1 - Iron
    0.10/0.02=5 - Oxygen

    The ratio is 1:5

    Therefore we get the formula of Fe05 so A
    the mark scheme says d though?
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    (Original post by ilovecake123)
    the mark scheme says d though?
    Sorry I got it wrong, just realised what I did!

    We work out the iron which is 1.12/56=0.02
    Then work out the amount of oxygen there is (1.6-1.12)=0.48

    0.48/16=0.03

    Divide by the smallest amount

    0.02/0.02=1
    0.03/0.02=1.5

    There the ratio is 2:3

    So the answer is D Fe203

    (sorry for getting it wrong at first, didn't read the question properly
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    (Original post by Arger)
    Sorry I got it wrong, just realised what I did!

    We work out the iron which is 1.12/56=0.02
    Then work out the amount of oxygen there is (1.6-1.12)=0.48

    0.48/16=0.03

    Divide by the smallest amount

    0.02/0.02=1
    0.03/0.02=1.5

    There the ratio is 2:3

    So the answer is D Fe203

    (sorry for getting it wrong at first, didn't read the question properly

    its fine please can you help me with this question:
    11 Oxygen gas, O2, can be converted into ozone, O3, by passing it through an electric
    discharge.
    3O2(g) 􀁯􀀃 2O3(g)
    In an experiment, a volume of 300 cm3 of oxygen was used but only 10% of
    the oxygen was converted into ozone. All volumes were measured at the same
    temperature and pressure.
    The total volume of gas present at the end of the experiment, in cm3, was
    A 200
    B 210
    C 290
    D 300
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    (Original post by haemo)
    I don't have a copy of the paper on me - our teacher told us our marks and we haven't got it back yet.

    That sounds fine, but if you have time available do even more!

    I can't see why that wouldn't get you an A though, especially if your notes are correct (from book(s), online resources etc).
    Ok ..... thanks for your help but can i ask how you revised ????
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    hey guys!
    having a mock tomorrow, need some help with this question
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    (Original post by aigerimk)
    hey guys!
    having a mock tomorrow, need some help with this question
    I haven't studied this topic formally in alevel but I would think the answer is MgO. This is because the forces between the ions are 2+ and 2- which are stronger than 1+ and 1- or two 1+ and one 2+.

    Calcium ions are bigger than magnesium ions due to more shells so there is less attraction than a smaller ion such as magnesium. Hopefully this makes sense, google lattice enthalpies for a better explanation.

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    Just did the exam in 2014 as a mock pretty brutal stuff.
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    (Original post by Dylann)
    I haven't studied this topic formally in alevel but I would think the answer is MgO. This is because the forces between the ions are 2+ and 2- which are stronger than 1+ and 1- or two 1+ and one 2+.

    Calcium ions are bigger than magnesium ions due to more shells so there is less attraction than a smaller ion such as magnesium. Hopefully this makes sense, google lattice enthalpies for a better explanation.

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    Aah i see thaaaanks
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    Hiya guys! This thread seems useful, i will definitely start using this!

    I do Edexcel, and im just wondering what the best definition of a 'covalent bond' is?

    Kyle
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    (Original post by haemo)
    With AQA, a covalent bond is defined as:

    A shared pair of electrons
    Okay thank you very much!

    I'm also a bit lost as to how you draw a dot and cross diagram for a triple bond, such as N2O (Nitrous Oxide) could anyone please explain?

    Thanks alot
    Kyle x
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    Has anyone done the salters 2014 paper? Just wondering your opinion on the questions? The few past papers I've done have seemed pretty easy...
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    No ocr
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    (Original post by Niceguayky)
    Hiya guys! This thread seems useful, i will definitely start using this!

    I do Edexcel, and im just wondering what the best definition of a 'covalent bond' is?

    Kyle
    For OCR chemistry a shared pair of electrons would get you the mark.


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    How do you explain what determines the shape of a molecule?
    I know it's do to with the number of electron pairs/lone pairs around a molecule and lone pairs repel more than bonded pairs, but how do you put that into a comprehensible sentence?

    Also, does anyone know how strict examiners are with markings, e.g. if i wrote 'force' instead of 'attraction' or 'large influence of the nucleus on the outer shell electrons' instead of 'greater (nuclear) attraction on (outer) electrons / (outer) shell(s)'.
    Basically if I wrote essentially the same thing but a different wording to what appears on the mark scheme. I ask this because some answers in the mark scheme have ORA (or alternative wording) which implies that the ones without ORA have to be exactly the same??

    Thanks

    For OCR A btw
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    Is a level maths REALLY needed with a level chemistry or will I be taught what I need to know in the chemistry classes
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    (Original post by JohnLE)
    Is a level maths REALLY needed with a level chemistry or will I be taught what I need to know in the chemistry classes
    GCSE maths will be fine. The maths involved isn't too hard.
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    Right I've got my mock for unit 1 tomorrow should be ready. Any questions would be great
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Right I've got my mock for unit 1 tomorrow should be ready. Any questions would be great
    ive already done a mock on unit 1 chem....it was june 2014.....a bit of advice make sure you know how to balance equations, bonding (especially metallic, ionic and covalent- like dative ) and KEEP AN EYE ON THE TIME ....i didnt finish mine couz i didnt keep an eye on the time...it literally will go fast!!!!1
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    (Original post by HToo)
    ive already done a mock on unit 1 chem....it was june 2014.....a bit of advice make sure you know how to balance equations, bonding (especially metallic, ionic and covalent- like dative ) and KEEP AN EYE ON THE TIME ....i didnt finish mine couz i didnt keep an eye on the time...it literally will go fast!!!!1
    AQA?
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    (Original post by Super199)
    AQA?
    yep aqa
 
 
 
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