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    You may think that Im cutting it a bit fine by asking for this advice.

    I have never really understood how to work out a volumetric calculation (at least not the hard ones), and the chances are there will be one tommorow in the synoptic paper. I was wondering if you could give me any advice or a procedure that I should follow which is fool proof

    Many thanks
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    look at the reaction ratio

    use the formula moles= cm^3/1000 * MOLARITY
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    Yeh, remember to read the question more than once. and highlight the key words
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    (Original post by Pyromaniac)
    Yeh, remember to read the question more than once. and highlight the key words
    "Highlight the key words" ???!! we're not little children anymore
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    (Original post by Pyromaniac)
    Yeh, remember to read the question more than once. and highlight the key words
    that gets me a's everytime :p:D

    (Original post by cobra01977)
    "Highlight the key words" ???!! we're not little children anymore
    Well I do that, so nerrr.
    I go through ans highlight the important data etc in a passage and i find it does help
 
 
 
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