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    (Original post by yung7up)
    What did the nitrogen say when it got baptised?
    ......

    AMINE

    hmm yeah i'll find my way out
    That was Au
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    do we need to know about uses of hydroxides e.g mgoh and stuff for paper 2 aqa AS chem
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    (Original post by Enderbat1999)
    do we need to know about uses of hydroxides e.g mgoh and stuff for paper 2 aqa AS chem
    No idea. Look at the spec.

    Also MgOH is not a thing.
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    Cis-Trans Isomerism?

    Why doesn't cholesterol show cis-trans isomerism?
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    (Original post by Paranoid_Glitch)
    Cis-Trans Isomerism?

    Why doesn't cholesterol show cis-trans isomerism?
    You can't have a trans double bond in a 6 membered ring.
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    Anybody doing the New AS chem AQA exam on friday?

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    Prwtty sure its friday

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    How is everyone finding CHEM5?? Personally I'm finding it a lot easier then CHEM4, I love all the entropy and transition metal stuff?!
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    How would you name this?

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    (Original post by FemaleBo55)
    I was looking for a Chemistry Revision Thread but there were not any so I decided to make one

    Feel free to ask questions regardless of your exam board (because chemistry is chesmitry), and we'll all be happy to help!
    lol wut.
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    (Original post by mali473)
    Anybody doing the New AS chem AQA exam on friday?

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    Yaaaas. Hi.
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    So.. much.. Chemistry.. Revision..

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    (Original post by flyingpanda)
    Yaaaas. Hi.
    Heyy you ready for it?
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    (Original post by mali473)
    Heyy you ready for it?
    Mostly, I'd been doing well the whole year, and then the specimen paper's came and ruined my life.

    Paper 1 went okay though, and I tend to like Organic more, though.

    How about you?
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    (Original post by flyingpanda)
    Mostly, I'd been doing well the whole year, and then the specimen paper's came and ruined my life.

    Paper 1 went okay though, and I tend to like Organic more, though.

    How about you?
    Aww I flopped in paper one so paper two is my only hope for a good grade
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    (Original post by flyingpanda)
    lol wut.
    LOOOL OMG!!! That was a typo!!! This is how you know I dont read over my work
    I meant "Chemistry is Chemistry" :rofl:
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    (Original post by FemaleBo55)
    LOOOL OMG!!! That was a typo!!! This is how you know I dont read over my work
    I meant "Chemistry is Chemistry" :rofl:
    Dw, we all know that feel. :rofl:
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    Could some kind person help me with the following?
    Q1. If I change the solid product from an equilibrium mixture, though the equilibrium constant remains the same (as the solid is not included in equilibrium constant equation), would the equilibrium concentrations remain same or would the reaction shift backwards as product is removed?and why?
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    (Original post by Aimen.)
    Could some kind person help me with the following?
    Q1. If I change the solid product from an equilibrium mixture, though the equilibrium constant remains the same (as the solid is not included in equilibrium constant equation), would the equilibrium concentrations remain same or would the reaction shift backwards as product is removed?and why?
    Um more product would be produced if the product was removed as it is produced. The position of equilibrium should remain the same. If you post an example ques i might be able to explain it better

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    (Original post by kiiten)
    Um more product would be produced if the product was removed as it is produced. The position of equilibrium should remain the same. If you post an example ques i might be able to explain it better

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