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Does anyone have any ways of memorising the process of electrolysis for the C1 AQA exam? I can't seem to memorise it at all!
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Does anyone have any ways of memorising the process of electrolysis for the C1 AQA exam? I can't seem to memorise it at all!
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For C1 you don't need to learn a lot for electrolysis. Just know that the positive ions go to the negative plate and the negative ions to the positive plate. I might be wrong but I don't think they've ever asked anything else without giving you extra information on the paper
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For C1 you don't need to learn a lot for electrolysis. Just know that the positive ions go to the negative plate and the negative ions to the positive plate. I might be wrong but I don't think they've ever asked anything else without giving you extra information on the paper
I'm pretty sure you're right. Electrolysis is mainly C2
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I'm pretty sure you're right. Electrolysis is mainly C2
Yeah pretty much
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