What's the best way to memorise a large volume of equations ?

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Like for transition metals
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i don't quite understand?

equations for remembering transition metal equations? such as?
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There's no easy way, you just gotta do lots of past papers and use the equations over and over again until they become natural
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Find the general equation for M2+ and M3+ metal ions
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You could try something like Anki. When I had to memorise all the transition metal reactions at A2 I just did lots of oral repetition though.
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