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    Anyone share there predictions for GCSE Unit 1 AQA Chemistry?
    I've got a strong feeling Miller-Urey experiment is going to pop up
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    (Original post by Alexxx-woop)
    Anyone share there predictions for GCSE Unit 1 AQA Chemistry?
    I've got a strong feeling Miller-Urey experiment is going to pop up
    I too think that will come up. I recon the 6 marker may be a comparison between crude oil and biofuels

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    (Original post by Nai18)
    I too think that will come up. I recon the 6 marker may be a comparison between crude oil and biofuels

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    Yeah hopefully, the way these papers have been going so far, it should be an easy question that everyone can do but possibly a lot of the harder 1 markers that ask things that only people who know the subject inside out know and the sort you can't guess at😪 x D
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    (Original post by Alexxx-woop)
    Yeah hopefully, the way these papers have been going so far, it should be an easy question that everyone can do but possibly a lot of the harder 1 markers that ask things that only people who know the subject inside out know and the sort you can't guess at😪 x D
    More annoyingly the suggest questions as well

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    (Original post by Nai18)
    More annoyingly the suggest questions as well

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    I hated suggest questions on the biology paper
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    I think this exam will be more limestone-based than others. Six marker might be "Evaluate the use of limestone in building materials"
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    (Original post by 1337Hax0r6969)
    I think this exam will be more limestone-based than others. Six marker might be "Evaluate the use of limestone in building materials"
    Would that be like explaining the uses of mortar cement and concrete do you think? x


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    What will the Miller-Urey question be like? An example of a 6 mark question about this?
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    Never heard of Miller-Urey what's that?
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    (Original post by hael468)
    Would that be like explaining the uses of mortar cement and concrete do you think? x


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    Yes and like how concrete can break and be unsightly
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    What kind of question will the Miller-Urey one be?
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    (Original post by Tomstevenson)
    What kind of question will the Miller-Urey one be?
    For the Miller- Urey one they could maybe ask a question like:
    What was the primordial soup theory or Describe the primordial soup theory.
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    (Original post by Alexxx-woop)
    Anyone share there predictions for GCSE Unit 1 AQA Chemistry?
    I've got a strong feeling Miller-Urey experiment is going to pop up
    Topic predictions:

    ☆Plant oils
    - Extracting oils from plants
    - Benefits/Uses of Vegetable oils
    - Unsaturated oils

    ☆ Emulsions
    - Describe how emulsifiers help water and oil to mix.
    - Describe how emulsions are made from oil and water.

    ☆ Wegener's theory (Continental drift )
    ☆Alkenes and Alkanes
    - Polymers
    - Hydration

    ☆Environmental and Ethical problems
    ☆ Limestone and metals/ limestone cycle
    ☆ Fossil fuels
    ☆Ethanol production
    ☆Balancing equations
    ☆Early atmosphere
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    (Original post by Workangel_24)
    Topic predictions:

    ☆Plant oils
    - Extracting oils from plants
    - Benefits/Uses of Vegetable oils
    - Unsaturated oils

    ☆ Emulsions
    - Describe how emulsifiers help water and oil to mix.
    - Describe how emulsions are made from oil and water.

    ☆ Wegener's theory
    ☆Alkenes and Alkanes
    - Polymers
    - Hydration

    ☆Environmental and Ethical problems
    ☆ Limestone and metals/ limestone cycle
    ☆Continental drift
    ☆ Fossil fuels
    ☆Ethanol production
    ☆Balancing equations
    ☆Early atmosphere
    Thanks seems good to me
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    Anyone got an idea of the questions for the milelr urey?
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    The Miller-Urey experiment, 6 mark question
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    How was the chemistry exam guys??
    I was so happy that plant oils and early atmosphere came up!! ☺
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    (Original post by Alexxx-woop)
    Anyone share there predictions for GCSE Unit 1 AQA Chemistry?
    I've got a strong feeling Miller-Urey experiment is going to pop up
    Could you explain what the miller-urey experiment is? Been searching online for ages but cant find anything!
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    (Original post by Nai18)
    More annoyingly the suggest questions as well

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    Hate suggest questions - why can't they just stick with asking the content I've actually learnt?

    Smh at you AQA.
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    (Original post by Jxrgezxk)
    Could you explain what the miller-urey experiment is? Been searching online for ages but cant find anything!
    Basically an experiment by these two guys (called Miller and Urey, funnily enough) to see if life could be formed in the conditions scientists think were present on earth billions of years ago.

    This link might help:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebit...hererev4.shtml

    Are you sure you can't find anything online? I'm surprised there aren't lots of explanations online...
 
 
 
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