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    (Original post by Kadak)
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    Please help!
    Question: Suggest why oxygen radicals are really diradicals.


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    Thank you 😃 !Also,am I the only one who thinks of Dirac when diradical is mentioned .
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    I mean I get that it is a serious, real issue and we should have an understanding of it.
    But I don't see why I have to be examined one that crap :fuhrer:

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    Yeah I get you by what you mean but I guess what's its part of the specification so we have to assessed on it Just like how we have to get assessed by stupid Hess' cycles which won't in any way or form be applicable in a normal person's life
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    (Original post by Kadak)
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    Thank you !Also,am I the only one who thinks of Dirac when diradical is mentioned .
    Just googled and you mean Paul Dirac?
    No, not the slightest
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    Just googled and you mean Paul Dirac?
    No, not the slightest
    Yes,I mean Paul dirac.Oh, I'm abit disappointed you don't know who he is.He predicted the existence of antimatter 😃.
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Yes,I mean Paul dirac.Oh, I'm abit disappointed you don't know who he is.He predicted the existence of antimatter .
    I don't do Physics
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    Someone sort me out, posted a question a page or two back about half equations. Cheers
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    I don't do Physics


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    You should.It's pretty good.Did you know you can derive some of the equations for the gas laws with nothing more than Newton 's equations?
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    (Original post by Kadak)
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    You should.It's pretty good.Did you know you can derive some of the equations for the gas laws with nothing more than Newton 's equations?
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    No
    Maxwell and Boltzmann are physicistas.Their Maxwell Boltzmann distribution graph,entropy and enthalpy ate part of an area of physics called thermodynamics,which deals with energy.
    You'll hopefully do more in A2 😃.
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Maxwell and Boltzmann are physicistas.Their Maxwell Boltzmann distribution graph,entropy and enthalpy ate part of an area of physics called thermodynamics,which deals with energy.
    You'll hopefully do more in A2 .
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    (Original post by zhang-liao)
    lmao it seems like you couldn't give a **** haha
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    (Original post by Super199)
    lmao it seems like you couldn't give a **** haha
    I feel dumb now
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    (Original post by Super199)
    lmao it seems like you couldn't give a **** haha


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    Lol, You should.Physics principles explains alot of the chem course.The electronic structure and the orbitals is based on the quantum mechanical version of the model, using Heisenberg principle and Broglie idea that electrons behave like waves.

    The two electrons on a box is based on Wolfgang Pauli exclusion principle.
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    Not to mention it was Einstein who mathematically proved the existence of atoms with his paper on Brownian motion,which is probably the most cited paper ever.
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Posted from TSR MobileLol, You should.Physics principles explains alot of the chem course.The electronic structure and the orbitals is based on the quantum mechanical version of the model, using Heisenberg principle and Broglie idea that electrons behave like waves.The two electrons on a box is based on Wolfgang Pauli exclusion principle.
    thinking of doing physics at uni then?
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    (Original post by Super199)
    thinking of doing physics at uni then?
    Nah

    Medicine fam

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    (Original post by Super199)
    thinking of doing physics at uni then?
    Maybe,but I'm not sure what I'll do at uni.
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    Did I reply to you mate
    You're getting brave for no reason, it's like you want your jaw to be rocked g
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    (Original post by Kadak)
    Maybe,but I'm not sure what I'll do at uni.
    Have you considered a hair and beauty course?
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    (Original post by Super199)
    Have you considered a hair and beauty course?
    There's not alot of maths,science or logic in hair and beauty,which puts me off it.
    Also there girls there probably wouldnt be my type.
 
 
 
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