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    How is everyone feeling about chemistry?
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    This came up in 2003 past paper and I remember it is a 12 and 6 one (looking at it yeah it's A) which is annoying because they lifted it from that paper and put the wrong letter in specimen- it doesn't take into account balancing the non-oxygens as well as the oxygens
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    (Original post by UncertainPhoton)
    This came up in 2003 past paper and I remember it is a 12 and 6 one (looking at it yeah it's A) which is annoying because they lifted it from that paper and put the wrong letter in specimen- it doesn't take into account balancing the non-oxygens as well as the oxygens
    That's great! It's been annoying me because I was like I'm sure it's 12 and 6! Thank you!
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    (Original post by Steviee09)
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    You divide the enthalpy by five and then times it by two
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    (Original post by Charlotte B)
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    For the second question,
    volume= 10cm3 ---> 0.01 litre
    molar volume = 24
    number of moles = 0.01/24 = 0.0004

    Mole Ratio is 2:2 so the number of moles of HCL is 0.0004
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    How did everyone find that exam?
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    (Original post by Charlotte B)
    How did everyone find that exam?
    I didn't find it too challenging and multiple choice seemed easier than past papers (minus a couple of questions). I really should have revised GL chromatography though.
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    (Original post by penguined)
    I didn't find it too challenging and multiple choice seemed easier than past papers (minus a couple of questions). I really should have revised GL chromatography though.
    I wasn't to keen on some of the multiple choice questions and the calculations in section b.
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    Can anyone remember what they got for any of the section 2 questions?
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    For the table for question one I put London dispersion forces and then permanent dipole-permanent dipole
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    (Original post by Charlotte B)
    For the table for question one I put London dispersion forces and then permanent dipole-permanent dipole
    Yeah I put those aswell was there a mistake for the last question of question 1? I couldn't work it out as the both have the same intermolecular forces


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    (Original post by sweatpea_98)
    Yeah I put those aswell was there a mistake for the last question of question 1? I couldn't work it out as the both have the same intermolecular forces


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    I put L.d.f. and covalent for the network one?

    for the other q 1 part its because sulfur forms 8 bonds whereas phosphorus only forms 4 so the l.d.f are stronger in sulfur
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    First question was really strange. I have multiple choice answers and also wrote down the answers to some of my calculations if anyone wants to compare?
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    (Original post by WithoutMuchHope)
    First question was really strange. I have multiple choice answers and also wrote down the answers to some of my calculations if anyone wants to compare?
    That would be great!
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    I put london forces and covalent and then at the last minute of the exam scored out covalent and wrote permanent dipole dipole interactions (I think that was implied by the term 'attractions' so I'm glad I changed it).
 
 
 

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